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THE 1933 
FILM DAILY 

YEAR BOOK 

OF MOTION PICTURES 
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Jack Alicoate, Editor 
15th ANNUAL EDITION 

Copyright, 1933, by The Film Daily 



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INTRODUCTION 



foreword 1933 ^. 



daily newsp;per of the motio 
industry, once again presents 
world of the screen its 
annual Year Book of Mo- 
tion Pictures. This vol- 
ume is the fifteenth edi- 
tion of filmdom's ency- 
clopedia and is universally 
recognized throughout the 
world as the standard 
book of reference of the 
motion picture industry. 
Before the ink is dry on 
the following pages, next 
year's edition of the Year 
Book will be in prepara- 
tion. A staff of experi- 
enced statisticians is con- 
stantly employed. The 
Year Book is to be found 
in the library, or on the 
desk, of every executive. 
Its comprehensiveness, ac- 
curacy and reliability has 
made it an established 
tution. 




d until the general 
economic situation takes a 
decided change for the better, the in- 
dustry can hope for little in the way 
of progress and genuine 
prosperity. It is now 
passing through a period 
of readjustment and re- 
habilitation. Production 
costs are still too high, as 
are operating charges and 
theater rentals. Television 
is still but a theoretical 
menace with its practical 
application to the amuse- 
ment field some years 
away. Just as the lowest 
ebb is the turn of the 
tide, the motion picture 
industry seems to be, just 
at this time, at its zero 
hour. The writer, along 
with every industr> execu- 
tive, is optimistic. With 
the return of prosperity 
this industry will stage a brilliant come- 
back. 



1932 : 



was a trying year for the 
ndustry and its close found 
the fortunes of the business at their 
lowest ebb. The year marked the end 
of the so-called golden era of extrava- 
gance. It brought about the divoice of 
production and exhibition in the great 
decentralization movement that changed 
hundreds of theaters back into the hands 
of individual operators. It saw the start 
of a movement of disintegration cul- 
minating, as this is being written 
in 1933, in the receivership of 
mount and RKO. with probably 



major adjustments to follow, 
was especially marked by 
changes of execu- 
tive personnel 
the open 



early 
Para- 
more 
The year 
important 



houses, managed by _ -nXJ--"-"" 

"Roxy," as a con- 
structivc high 



APPRECIATION SE 

Daily Year Book is a volume of, for and 
by the motion picture industry inas- 
much as every branch, studio and com- 
pany in the business enthusiastically co- 
operates in its annual preparation. 
Without such help the publication of 
such a volume would be impossible. To 
all those who assist us, from the busy 
bees of the Hays office to the individual 
theater owner in Montana, and from 
C. J. North and his Motion Picture Di- 
vision in the Department of Commerce 
in Washington to those film executives in 
foreign lands, we trust the completeness 
and accuracy of this book will be a just 
reward. To these 
splendid film folk, 
and all others who 
have helped to make 
this book possible, 
the editor is sin- 
cerely appreciative 
and most grateful. 



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EDITORIAL 

IXDEX 



A 

A. M. P. A.. Personnel 642 

ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND 
SCIENCES: 

Introductory Page 35 

Personnel 635 

1932 Activities 499 

Merit Awards. 1931-32 37 

Merit Awards. 1927 to 1930 39 

Player-Producer Standard Contract 549 

Standard Release Print 702 

Acoustical Products and Service 907 

ACTORS AND ACTRESSES: 

Feature Work in 1931 and 1932 383 

Standard Contract 549 

In Ten Best Pictures of 1932 65 

"Photoplay" Selections 43 

Actors Equity Association. Personnel 642 

ADAPTERS: 

Carbon Lens and Projection 907 

Adaptors and Their Work in 1931-1932 455 

ADDRESSES: 



(See Associations, Buying Guide, Clubs, 
Circuits, Exchanges, Distributors, Foreign, 



Producers, Theaters, etc.} 

Admission Tickets 936 

Advertising Novelties — See Novelties 927 

Advertising Code of Ethics 559 

Agents and Managers 942 

Air Conditioning — See Cooling Heating and 

Ventilating 9J3 

Aisle Lights 907 

Alabama Theaters 707 

Alaska Theaters 820 

Albania A Survey 1016 

Alberta A Survey 519 

Alexander Film Co.. Personnel 611 

Alicoate. Jack — Introductory Page 3 

Xllentown Theater Managers Ass n.. Personnel . 653 

Allied Pictures Corp.. 1932 Releases 353 

ALLIED STATES ASS N OF M. P. EXHIBITORS: 

Personnel 649 

1932 Activities, by Abram F. Myers 516 

Allied Theater Owners. 'By States'. Personnel 649 

Alta Phonofilm Co.. Inc.. Personnel 598 

Ameranglo Corp.. Home Office Personnel 598 
American Company Branches Abroad .1017 
American Broadcasting System Inc.. Studio 

Personnel 613 



American Dramatists. Personnel 642 

American Federation of Musicians Personnel . . 642 

American Seating Co. Financial Summary 861 

American Society of Cinematographers. Personnel 638 
American Society of Composers Authors and 

Publishers. Personnel 639 

AMKINO CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 598 

1932 Releases 353 

Amplifiers 907 

Amusement Stocks in 1932 860 

Animated Cartoon Producers 621 

Arc Lamps — See Lamps. Arc 922 

Architects 909 

Argentina. A Survey 977 

Arizona. Theaters 709 

Arkansas. Theaters 709 

Arkansas. Miss. 2nd Tenn.. M. P. T. 0.. 

Personnel 653 

Army Post Theaters 829 

"Arrowsmith." One of the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 69 

ARTCLASS PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 598 

1932 Releases 353 

Artificial Flowers — See Flowers 919 

Artists-Managers Ass n. Personnel 643 

ASSOCIATED CINEMAS OF AMER., INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 598 

1932 Releases 353 

Associated Motion Picture Advertisers. 1 AMPA I , 

Personnel 642 

Associated Screen News Ltd. Studio Personnel 615 
Associated Theater Owners of Indiana, Inc.. 

Personnel 650 

Associated Theater Owners Ass'n of Oklahoma. 

Personnel 653 

Association of Motion Picture Laboratories. Inc., 

Personnel 643 

Association of Motion Picture Producers. Inc., 

Personnel 634 

Association of Theatrical Agents and Managers. 

Personnel 643 

Associations. Personnel 633 

ASSOCIATIONS EXHIBITOR: 

Allied States Ass n. Personnel 649 

M. P. T. 0. A.. Personnel 649 

State Associations 649 

Atlas Soundfilm Recording Studios Personnel 613 

Australia. A Survey 977 



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Austria. A Survey 978 

Aurora Film Corp.. 1932 Release 353 

AUTEN. CAPTAIN HAROLD: 

Foreign Outlook for 1933 957 

1932 Releases 353 

Authors and Their Work in 1931 and 1932 445 

Authors' Guild. Personnel 643 

Authors' League, Personnel 643 

Awards. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and 
Sciences 37, 39 

B 

Back Street," One of the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 81 

Bahamas, A Survey 979 

Balaban and Katz, Financial Summary 861 

Banners — See Flags and Banners 919 

Barrett, William F.. Foreign Outlook 955 

Beecroft Florida Studio, Inc., Personnel 611 

Belgium, A Survey 979 

Bells-Chimes, Musical and Electrical 910 

Bermuda, A Survey 980 

Best Exploitation Campaigns of 1932 673 

Best Performances of 1932, "Photoplay" 43 

Best Pictures of 1932. National Board of Review 49 
BEST TEN PICTURES I Film Daily Polls) : 

1932 51 

1922 to 1931 85 

BIG 4 FILM CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 598 

Foreign Representative 1017 

1932 Releases 353 

"Bill of Divorcement,'' One of the Ten Best 

Pictures of 1932 79 

Blowers, Organ 927 

Boards of Trade, Film, U. S. and Canada, 

Personnel 655 

Bolivia, A Survey 980 

Bookers. Vaudeville and Presentation 945 

BOOKS: 

Motion Picture 581 

Made Into Films, Original Titles 361 

Booths, Projection and Ticket 910 

Brass Fixtures — See Fixtures 919 

Bray Pictures Corp., Personnel 598 

Brazil, A Survey 980 

Brecher. Leo, 1932 Releases 353 

British Columbia, A Survey 519 

British Isles, A Survey 1014 

British Malaya, A Survey 981 

BROKERS: 

Play and Story 947 

Insurance 949 

Bronze Fixtures — See Fixtures 919 

Brown, George. "Best Columbia Exploitation 

Stunt of 1932" 674 

Brown, Harry Joe, Outlook for 1933 115 

Brunswick Studio, Personnel 614 

Brylawski, A. Julian, Outlook for 1933 113 

Bulgaria, A Survey 981 



Burton Holmes Studio. Personnel 611 

Buying Guide for 1933 907 

c 

Cabinets, Film 910 

Cable, Motion Picture 911 

Caddo Co.. Inc., Home Office Personnel 598 

Calendar For Showmen 667 

CALIFORNIA: 

Producers 616 

Studios 606 

Theaters 7,1 

California, Southern, Independent Theater Owners, 

Personnel 649 

California Tiffany Studio, Personnel 606 

California Theaters Ass'n, Inc., Personnel 649 

Call Systems '1 1 

Cameramen and Their Work in 1931 and 1932 473 

Cameras, Parts and Supplies 911 

CANADA: 

Survey of Canada and Newfoundland 518 



M. P. Distributors and Exhibitors, of Canada, 



Personnel 646 

Producers 620 

Theater Statistics 706 

List of Theaters 820 

Studios SI 5 

Exchanges 632 

Film Boards of Trade 655 



(Other listings appear in connection with 

American lists.) 
Canadian Government Motion Picture Bureau. 

Personnel 

Canadian Performing Right Society. Ltd., 



Personnel 643 

Canopies — See Marquees 926 

Capital Film Exchange. 1932 Releases 353 

Capital Foreign Attractions, 1932 Releases 354 

Carbon Adapters — See Adapters. Carbon 907 

Carbons 9" 

Carpet Cushions 911 

Carpets 911 

Carrier Corp., Financial Summary 862 

Cartoon Producers 621 

Cases and Cans, Reel Carrying 912 

Catholic Writers Guild, Personnel 643 

Celebrity Productions, Inc., Personnel 598 

Cement, Film 912 

Censor Boards. State and Local 493 

Censorship. National Council on Freedom From, 

Personnel 647 

Century Productions, 1932 Releases 354 

Ceylon, A Survey 981 

Chair Covers — See Covers, Chair 915 

Chairs— See Seats 933 

"Champ, The,' One of the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 67 

Chandeliers. Crystal 912 

Change Makers 913 

Changeovers 913 

Chaplin. Charles, Studio, Personnel 606 



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CHESTERFIELD MOTION PICTURE CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 598 

1932 Releases 354 

Chewing Gum Removers 913 

Chicago Exhibitors' Ass'n, Personnel 650 

Chicago Film Laboratories, Studio Personnel . .. . 611 

Chili, A Survey 981 

Chimes— See Bell-Chimes 910 

China, A Survey 982 

Cincinnati M. P. Exhibitors' Ass'n, Personnel... 653 

Cinemagundi, Inc., Personnel 643 

Cinematographers, Work in 1931 and 1932 473 

Circuits, Theater, U. S. and Canada 833 

Claremont Sound Film Studios, Personnel 614 

Cleaners, Film 913 

Cleaning Systems, Theater 913 

Cleveland M. P. Exhibitors Ass'n, Personnel 652 

Closed Theaters, U. S. and Canada 705 

Clubs-Guilds-Associations, Personnel 633 

CODES OF ETHICS: 

Distributors and Exhibitors 557 

Advertising 559 

Writer-Producers 561 

Production 567 

Cohen, Emanuel, Outlook for 1933 103 

Cohn, Jack, Outlook for 1933 101 

Colombia, A Survey 982 

Color Hoods — See Hoods, Color 921 

Color Processes 948 

COLORADO: 

Producers 618 

Studios 611 

Theaters 716 

Color-Art. Ltd., Personnel 606 

Colored Theaters 828 

COLUMBIA PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 599 

Studio Personnel 606 

Foreign Branches 1017 

1932 Releases 354 

Financial Summary 862 

Commercial Photographers 943 

COMPANY: 

Personnel 597 

Foreign Branches 1017 

Releases in 1932 353 

Congressmen and Senators, 73rd Congress 521 

CONNECTICUT: 

Producers 618 

Theaters 718 

Connecticut M. P. T. O., Personnel 650 

CONSOLIDATED FILM INDUSTRIES, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 599 

Financial Summary 864 

Construction, Theater 913 

Contractors, Electrical— See Electrical Contractors. 918 

Continuity Writers— See Adaptors 455 

Continental Theater Accessories, Inc., Home 

Office Personnel 599 

CONTRACTS: 

Player-Producer Standard Agreement 549 

New Standard Exhibition 535 



Converters, Electric 913 

Cooling, Heating and Ventilating 913 

Copyright Protection Bureau. Personnel 643 

Costa Rica, A Survey 983 

Costume Fabrics 915 

Costumers 915 

Court Decisions of 1932, by Herbert T. Silver- 
berg 526 

Covers, Cbair 915 

Critics Forum, National Survey 31 

Critics Who Voted for the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 53 

Crystal Chandeliers 912 

Cuba, A Survey 983 

Current Changers 915 

Curtain Controls and Tracks 915 

Curtains and Draperies 915 

Curtains, Fireproof 916 

Czechoslovakia, A Survey 984 

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Darmour Studio, Personnel 606 

Pates of Leading Holidays 667 

Deaf Devices 921 

Dealers, Theater Supply 887 

Decisions, Court of 1931, by Herbert T. Silver- 
berg 526 

Decorative Glass 921 

Decorators 917 

Delaware, Theaters 719 

Deliveries, Film 938 

Dembow, Sam, Jr., Outlook for 1933 101 

Denmark, A Survey 984 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE: 

Foreign Commerce Service 967 

Article by C. J. North 962 

Article by N. D. Golden 964 

Department of Visual Instruction. Personnel.... 643 

Depinet, Ned E., Outlook for 1933 100 

Dialoguers and Their Work in 1931-1932 464 

Dietz, Howard, "Best M-G-M Exploitation Stunt 

of 1932" 673 

Digest of Exploitation 677 

Dimmers 917 

Directional Signs — See Signs, Directional 933 

Directors and Their Work in 1931-1932 435 

Disc Recorders 931 

Disney, Walt, Productions, Ltd., Studio Personnel. 607 
DISTRIBUTION-DISTRIBUTORS: 

Sales Expectancy Percentages 595 

New York and Los Angeles Addresses 622 

Key City Exchange Addresses 623 

Government Activities 545 

Code of Ethics 557 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: 

Producers 618 

Theaters 719 

District of Columbia M. P. T. O., Personnel 650 

"Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,'' One of the Ten 
Best Pictures of 1932 75 



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Dominican Republic, A Survey 984 

Doors, Fireproof 917 

Draperies — See Curtains and Draperies 915 

DuPont Film Mfg. Corp.. Personnel 599 

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Eagle Productions, 1932 Releases 354 

East Africa, A Survey 985 

East Indies, Netherland, A Survey 1005 

EASTMAN KODAK CO.: 

Home Office Personnel 599 

Financial Summary 865 

Ecuador, A Survey 985 

Eddy, Arthur W., "Exhibitor Mass Meetings"... 517 

Editing Machines, Film 917 

Editors, Film, Work in 1931 and 1932 483 

EDUCATIONAL PICTURES: 

Home Office Personnel 599 

Studio Personnel 607 

Foreign Representatives 1017 

1932 Releases 354 

Effect Projectors — See Projectors, Effect 929 

Effects Photography 949 

Egypt, A Survey 985 

Einfeld, S. Charles, "National Exhibit Best Stunt 

For Warners" 673 

Electric Converters 913 

Electrical Contractors 918 

Electrical Research Products, Inc., Home Office 

Personnel 600 

Elevators 918 

Emergency Lighting Systems 925 

Emma." One of the Ten Best Pictures of 1932.. 77 

Empa Film, 1932 Release 354 

Empire State M. P. Operators, Personnel 644 

Engineer, Projection Booth 929 

Engineers, Recording, Work in 1931-1932 479 

ENGLAND: 

Article by Ernest W. Fredman 970 

A Survey 1014 

Equipment Buying Guide 885 

Equipment Manufacturers 907 

Estonia, A Survey 986 

Events, Ten Leading of 1932 47 

Exchanges, Key City, U. S. and Canada 623 

Exhibition, New Standard Contract 535 

Exhibitor Associations, Personnel 649 

Exhibitor Mass Meetings, by Arthur W. Eddy.. 517 
EXHIBITORS: 

Calendar of Events 667 

Manual of Exploitation 657 

Code of Ethics 557 

Organizations, Personnel 649 

New Standard Contract 535 

Exhibitors Screen Service, Inc., Home Office 

Personnel 600 

Exhibition and Public Relations Program for 

Exhibitors 658 

EXPLOITATION: 

"A Public Relations Program for Exhibitors".. 658 

How to Build and Exploitation File 664 



Showman's Calendar 667 

"Exploitation Today," by Jack Harrower 671 

Best Campaigns of 1932 673 

Digest of Exploitation 677 

Exploitation Novelties — See Novelties 927 

Explorers Film Co., 1932 Release 354 

Exporters and Importers 959 

F 

Fabrics, Costume — See Costume Fabrics 915 

Facts and Figures 33 

FAMOUS PLAYERS CANADIAN CORP.: 

Financial Summary 896 

Theaters 838 

Fan and Trade Publications 575 

Fan Magazines Voting for Ten Best Pictures of 

1932 53 

Fans, Electric 918 

Feature Productions, Personnel 607 

FEATURES: 

Released in 1932 121 

Released Since 1915 (13,262 Titles) 225 

Released in 1932, By Companies 353 

Imported in 1932 378 

Featurettes, Inc., Home Office Personnel 600 

Feist, Felix F., Outlook for 1933 105 

Figures and Facts, Film 33 

Film Cabinets— See Cabinets 910 

Film Cement 912 

Film Cleaners 913 

Film Deliveries 938 

Film Editing Machines 917 

Film Facts and Figures 33 

Film Inspection Machines 922 

Film Libraries 905 

Film Perforators 928 

Film Processes 929 

Film Recorders 931 

Film Speed Indicators — See Indicators 921 

Film Boards of Trade, U. S. and Canada, Personnel 655 

Film Code of Ethics 557 

FILM DAILY: 

Personnel 18 

Relief Fund, Personnel 644 

Relief Fund, Article 41 

Golf Tournaments 491 

Ten Best Pictures of 1932 51 

Ten Best Pictures, 1922 to 1931 85 

Film Editors and their 1931 and 1932 work 483 

Film Exchange, Inc., Home Office Personnel . 600 

Film Players' Club, Inc. Personnel 644 

Financial Summaries 859 

Finland, A Survey 986 

Fire Hose 918 

Fireproof Curtains 916 

Fireproof Doors 917 

First Anglo Corp., 1932 Releases 354 

FIRST DIVISION EXCHANGES, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 600 

1932 Releases 354 



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FIRST NATIONAL PICTURES: 

Financial Summary 867 

(.Other Listings included with Warner Bros.) 
FITZPATRICK PICTURES, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 600 

1932 Releases 354 

Fixfures 919 

Flags and Banners 919 

Flashers 919 

Fleischer Studios, Inc., Personnel 614 

Flood Lights— See Lights, Flood 925 

Floor Coverings 919 

Flooring, Tile — See Tile Flooring 937 

FLORIDA: 

Producers 618 

Studios 611 

Theaters 720 

Flowers, Artificial 919 

FORECASTS FOR 1933: 

Industry Leaders 89 

Foreign Outlook 953 

FOREIGN: 

Survey of the World 977 

Article by C. J. North 962 

Article by N. D. Golden 964 

Dept. of Commerce, Foreign Service 967 

Article by Ernest W. Fredman 970 

Article by Karl Wolffsohn 972 

Article by P. A. Harle 974 

Article by V. F. Smirnov 975 

Branches of American Companies 1017 

Language Guide 547 

Outlook for 1933 953 

Foreign-American Films, 1932 Releases 355 

Foreign Films Imported in 1932 378 

"Foreign Problems of 1931 Intensified in 1932," 

by C. J. North 962 

FOX FILM CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 600 

Studio Personnel 607 

Movietonews Studio (N. Y.) , Personnel 614 

1932 Releases 355 

Financial Summary 867 

FOX THEATERS CORP.: 

Financial Summary 868 

Theaters (See Fox West Coast Service Corp.). 839 

Frames, Lobby Display 920 

FRANCE: 

In 1932, by P. A. Harle 974 

A Survey 986 

Franklin, Harold B., Outlook for 1933 93 

Fredman, Ernest W., Article on England 970 

Freuler Film Associates, Inc., 1932 Releases 355 

Freuler, John R., Outlook for 1933 113 

Friars Club, Personnel 644 

Furniture, Theater 920 

4. 

Gaumont-British Picture Corp., Ltd., Home Office 

Personnel 601 

Gelatines 921 



General Theaters Equipment, Inc., Financial Sum- 



mary 869 

Generators 921 

GEORGIA: 

Producers 618 

Theaters 721 

GERMANY: 

In 1932, by Karl Wolffsohn 972 

A Survey 992 

Glass, Decorative 921 

Golden, N. D., Foreign Article 964 

GOLDSMITH, DR. ALFRED N.: 

S. M. P. E., 1932 Activities 507 

Outlook for 1933 109 

Goldwyn, Samuel, Inc., Ltd., Personnel 607 

Golf Tournaments, Film Daily, 1922-1932 491 

Gould, Symon, 1932 Releases 355 

Government Film Activities 545 

Grace Allen Bangs Film Corp., Personnel 601 

"Grand Hotel," One of the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 65 

Great Britain, A Survey 1014 

Greece, A Survey 999 

Guaranteed Pictures, 1932 Release 355 

"Guardsman, The," One of the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 71 

Guatemala, A Survey 1000 

Guilds-Clubs-Associations, Personnel 633 

Gunczy, Bettina, 1932 Activities of the National 

Board of Review 511 

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Hammons, E. W., Outlook for 1933 100 

Haiti, A survey 1000 

Harcol Studio, Personnel 611 

Hard-of-Hearing Devices 921 

Hardware, Stage 921 

Harle, P. A., Article on France 974 

Harman-lsing Productions, Inc., Studio Personnel 607 
HARPER PRODUCING & DISTRIBUTING CO.: 

Home Office Personnel 601 

1932 Releases 355 

Harrower, Jack, "Exploitation Today" 671 

HAYS ORGANIZATION: 

Personnel 634 

1932 Activities 495 

Hays, Will H., Outlook for 1933 27 

HEADLINES: 

Ten Leading of 1932 47 

Day-by-Day in 1932 585 

Heaters, Organ and Ticket Booth 921 

Heating— See Cooling-Heating-Ventilating 913 

Hirliman, George, Outlook for 1933 117 

Holidays Suitable for Exploitation 667 

HOLLYWOOD PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 601 

1932 Releases 355 

Hollywood Studio Club, Personnel 644 

Home Office Personnel, Companies 597 

Honduras, A Survey 1000 



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Honor Roll of the Ten Best Pictures of 1932 51 

Hoods. Color 921 

Horn Towers — See Towers, Horn 937 

Home. Hal, Best United Artists Exploitation Stunt 

of 1932 674 

Horns and Speakers 921 

Hose, Fire 918 

How to Build an Exploitation File 664 

Howe, Lyman H., Studio Personnel 615 

Hungary, A Survey 1000 

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Idaho, Theaters 723 

Ideal Sound Studios, Personnel 613 

Illinois Allied Theaters, Inc., Personnel 650 

Illinois, Southern and Mo. Allied Theater Owners, 

Personnel 651 

ILLINOIS: 

Producers 618 

Studios 611 

Theaters 724 

IMPERIAL DISTRIBUTING CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 601 

1932 Releases 355 

Imported Features of 1932 378 

Importers and Exporters 959 

Incandescent Lamps — See Lamps 923 

Incandescent Projection Adapters 907 
Independent Motion Picture Producers Association, 

Personnel 644 

Independent Theater Owners of Southern Cali- 
fornia, Personnel 649 

India, A Survey 1001 

Indiana Associated Theater Owners, Personnel 650 

Indiana Indorsers of Photoplays, Personnel 644 

INDIANA: 

Producers 618 

Theaters 731 

Indicators, Film Speed 921 

Inspection Machines, Film 922 

Inspection Tables 922 

Insurance Brokers 949 

Intermountain Theaters Ass'n, Personnel 654 

International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Em- 
ployees & M. P. Machine Operators, Personnel 645 
International Association of Projectionists and 

Sound Engineers, Personnel 645 

International Film Corp., Ltd., Personnel 608 

International Film Foundation, Inc. — See Grace 

Allen Bangs Film Corp 601 

International Motion Picture Survey 977 

International Photographers, Personnel 645 

Introduction, by Jack Alicoate 3 

Invincible Pictures, 1932, Releases 355 

Iowa M. P. Theater Owners, Personnel 650 

Iowa, Theaters 734 

Iowa and Nebraska, Allied Theater Owners, Per- 
sonnel 650 

Iowa, W., and Nebraska, M. P. T. O., Personnel. 652 

Iron Fixtures — See Fixtures 919 

Iron Work, Architectural 922 



Italotone Film Productions, Inc., Home Office 



Personnel 601 

Italy, A Survey 1002 

J 

Jam Handy Studios. Personnel 612 

Jamaica, A Survey 1003 

Japan, A Survey 1003 

Jewish Talking Pictures Co., Inc. — See Left Pro- 
ductions 601 

Johnston, W. Ray, Outlook for 1933 107 

K 

Kansas, Theaters 738 

Kass, Hannah, Foreign Outlook for 1933 954 

Kaufman, Henry, 1932 Release 355 

Keith-Albee-Orpheum Corp., Financial Summary 869 

Kelly, Arthur W., Foreign Outlook 953 

Kendall-DeVally Productions, Personnel 608 

Kent, Sidney R., Outlook for 1933 91 

Kent, Willis, 1932 Releases 355 

Kentucky, Theaters 741 

Kentucky M. P. T. 0 651 

Kentucky, Ohio and W. Va. Allied Theater Own- 
ers, Personnel 652 

Key City Exchanges, U. S. and Canada 623 

Kinematrade, Inc., Home Office Personnel 601 

Krimsky, John and Gifford Cochran, 1932 Release 356 

L 

Laboratories, U. S. and Canada 897 

Laboratory Supplies 949 

Ladders 922 

Lambs, The, Personnel 645 

LAMPS: 

Arc 922 

Incandescent 923 

Projection 923 

Reflector 923 

Language Guide of Foreign Countries 547 

Lasky, Jesse L., Outlook for 1933 95 

Latvia, A Survey 1003 

Leading Headline Events of 1932 47 

Left Productions, Inc., Personnel 601 

Legal Decisions, by Herbert T. Silverberg 526 

Legitimate Stage Statistics 520 

Lens Adapters — See Adapters, Lens 907 

Lenses, Projection 923 

Libraries, Film 905 

Lichtman, Al, Outlook for 1933 100 

Lighting Equipment 924 

Lighting Fixtures — See Fixtures 919 

Lighting Systems, Emergency 925 

LIGHTMAN, M. A.: 

1932 Activities of the M. P. T. O. A 515 

Outlook for 1933 107 

LIGHTS: 

Aisle 907 

Flood 925 

Spot 925 



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Lingual Guide of Foreign Countries 547 

Lithographs— See Posters 929 

Lobby Display Frames 920 

Lobby Photographs 926 

Local 306, Operators Union 646 

LOEWS, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 601 

Financial Summary 869 

List of Theaters 844 

Loew's Boston Theaters, Financial Summary . ... 871 

Long Island Theater Owners Ass'n 652 

Long, S. C, Productions, Personnel 608 

Louisiana Allied Theater Owners, Personnel 651 

LOUISIANA: 

Producers 618 

Studios 611 

Theaters 744 

Luminous Tube Signs — See Signs 934 

Lustberg, Jack, 1932 Releases 356 

M 

M. P. T. 0. A. — See Motion Picture Theater 

Owners of America 
Magazines Voting for the Ten Best Pictures of 

1932 53 

Main Title List (13,262 Titles) 230 

MAJESTIC PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 602 

1932 Releases 356 

Maine, Theaters 745 

Malaya, British, A Survey 981 

Managers and Agents 942 

Manitoba, A Survey 519 

Manual of Exploitation 677 

Manufacturers, Equipment 907 

Marquees 926 

Maritime Provinces, A Survey 519 

Maryland M. P. T. O., Personnel 651 

MARYLAND: 

Producers 618 

Theaters 747 

MASCOT PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 602 

Foreign Representative 1017 

1932 Releases 356 

Masquers, The, Personnel 645 

Mass Meetings, Exhibitor, by Arthur W. Eddy 517 

Massachusetts Independent Exhibitors, Personnel 651 

Massachusetts Allied Theater Owners, Personnel 651 
MASSACHUSETTS: 

Producers 618 

Theaters 748 

Maxim Productions, Inc., 1932 Releases 356 

Mayer, Arthur L., Best Paramount Exploitation 

Stunt for 1932 675 

Mayfair Club, Personnel 646 

MAYFAIR PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 602 

1932 Releases 356 

Mercury Pictures, 1932 Releases 356 



Merit Awards, Academy 37; 39 

METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel — See Loew's, Inc 601 

Studio Personnel 608 

Foreign Branches 1017 

Financial Summary 871 

1932 Releases 356 

Metropolitan Motion Picture Co. (Detroit), Stu- 
dio Personnel 612 

Metropolitan Studio (Hollywood), Personnel . . . 608 

Metropolitan Studio (Fort Lee), Personnel 613 

Metzger, Charles R., Outlook for 1933 Ill 

Mexico, A Survey 1004 

Meyer, Fred S., Outlook for 1933 117 

Michigan Allied Theater Owners, Personnel 651 

MICHIGAN: 

Producers 618 

Studios 612 

Theaters 751 

Minnesota, North and S. Dakota Allied Theaters, 

Personnel 651 

MINNESOTA: 

Producers 618 

Studios 612 

Theaters 754 

Mirrors 927 

Mississippi, Tenn. and Ark. M. P. T. O., Personnel 653 

Mississippi, Theaters 757 

Missouri, Eastern, and So. III., M. P. T. O., 

Personnel 651 

Missouri Independent Theater Owners, Personnel 651 
Missouri and So. III. Allied Theater Owners, 

Personnel 651 

MISSOURI: 

Producers 618 

Studios 612 

Theaters 758 

MONOGRAM PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 602 

Studio Personnel 608 

1932 Releases 356 

Monopole Film Corp., 1932 Releases 357 

Montana Exhibitors' Ass'n, Personnel 652 

Montana, Theaters 761 

Motion Picture Books 581 

Motion Picture Club of New York, Personnel . . . 640 
Motion Picture Distributors and Exhibitors of 

Canada, Personnel 646 

Motion Picture Location Managers Ass'n, Per- 
sonnel 646 

MOTION PICTURE PRODUCERS AND DISTRIBU- 
TORS OF AMERICA, INC. (Hays Organiza- 
tion) : 

Personnel 634 

1932 Activities 495 

Motion Picture Publications 569 

Motion Picture Relief Fund of America, Inc., 

Personnel 646 

Motion Picture Studio Mechanics, Personnel ... . 646 
MOTION PICTURE THEATER OWNERS OF 
AMERICA (M. P. T. 0. A.): 

Personnel 649 



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1932 Activities, by M. A. Lighfman 515 

Public Relations Program for Exhibitors 658 

Motion Picture Theater Owners, ((By States), 

Personnel 649 

Motion Skreenadz, Ltd., Studio Personnel 615 

Movietonews, Inc., Studio Personnel 614 

Moving Picture Machine Operators, Local 306 646 

Music Publishers Protective Ass'n, Personnel 646 

Music Stands 927 

Musical Instruments 927 

Myers. Abram F., Activities of the Allied States 

Association 516 

1¥ 

NATIONAL BOARD OF REVIEW OF MOTION 
PICTURES: 

Personnel 646 

1932 Activities, by Bettina Gunczy 511 

Best Picture Selections 49 

National Cinema Studio, Personnel 612 

National Council on Freedom from Censorship, 

Personnel 647 

National Endorsers of Photoplays, Personnel 647 

NATIONAL SCREEN SERVICE: 

Home Office Personnel 602 

Financial Summary 872 

National Sound Recording Service, Inc., Studio 

Personnel 614 

National Theater Supply Co.. Personnel 602 

National Variety Artists, Personnel 647 

Navy Theaters 831 

Nebraska and Iowa Allied Theater Owners, Per- 
sonnel 650 

Nebraska and W. Iowa, M. P. T. 0,, Personnel . 652 
NEBRASKA: 

Producers 619 

Theaters 763 

Needles 927 

Netherland East Indies, A Survey 1005 

Netherlands, A Survey 1004 

Nevada, Theaters 766 

New Era Film Exchange, 1932 Releases 357 

New Hampshire, Theaters 766 

New Jersey Allied Theater Owners, Personnel . . 652 
NEW JERSEY: 

Studios 613 

Theaters 767 

New Mexico Theater Owners Ass'n, Personnel... 652 

New Mexico, Theaters 769 

New York Allied Theater Owners, Personnel ... 652 
New York, Western, M P. T. 0., Personnel . . 652 
NEW YORK: 

Producers 619 

Theaters 770 

Studios 613 

New Zealand, A Survey 1005 

Newark Motion Picture Studio, Personnel 613 

Newfoundland and Canada, A Survey 518 

NEWS HEADLINES OF 1932: 
Ten Leading 47 



Day-by-Day 

Newspapers Voting for the Ten Best Pictures of 



Newsreels 905 

Nicaragua, A Survey 1006 

North, C. J.. Foreign Article 962 

North and South Dakota and Minn. Allied Thea- 
ters, Personnel fi 51 

North Carolina Allied Theater Owners, Personnel 652 



North Carolina, Theaters 779 

North Dakota, Theaters 780 

Northwest Allied Amusements, Personnel 654 

Norway, A Survey 1006 

Novelties, Advertising and Exploitation S27 

o 

Ohio M. P. T. 0., Personnel 653 
Ohio, Kentucky and W. Va., Allied Theater 

owners, Personnel 652 

OHIO: 

Producers 620 

Theaters 782 

Oklahoma Associated Theater Owners, Personnel 653 

Oklahoma, Theaters 787 

ORCHESTRA: 

Elevators — See Elevators 927 

Music Stands and Instruments 927 

Oregon Allied Theaters, Personnel 653 

Oregon, Theaters 789 

ORGAN: 

Blowers 927 

Heaters— See Heaters, Organ 921 

Organs 927 

Organizations, Personnel 633 

Original Titles of Books and Plays Made Into Mo- 
tion Pictures and Released Under New Titles.. 361 

Ornaments, Plaster 928 

Orpheum Circuit, Financial Summary 872 

Outdoor Advertising Ass'n of America, Personnel 647 
OUTLOOK FOR 1933: 

Will H. Hays 27 

Industry Leaders 89 

Foreign 953 

P 

Pacific Coast Record Studio, Personnel 609 

Paint-Plaster, Decorative 928 

Palestine, A Survey 1007 

Panama, A Survey 1007 

Panel Boards 928 

Paradise Pictures, Inc., Personnel 602 

Paraguay, A Survey 1007 

Paramount International Corp., Personnel 603 

Paramount Pictures Distributing Co., Inc., Per- 
sonnel 603 

Paramount Pictures Distributing Corp., Personnel 603 

Paramount Pictures Corp.. Personnel 603 

Paramount Productions, Inc., Personnel 603 

PARAMOUNT PUBLIX CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 602 



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Studio Personnel 609 

Foreign Branches 1018 

Financial Summary 873 

Theaters 848 

Pathe Exchange, Inc.. Financial Summary 874 

Peerless Pictures, 1932 Releases 357 

Pennsylvania, So. New Jersey and Del. M. P. T. 

0., Personnel 653 

Pennsylvania, West, M. P. T. O., Personnel 653 

PENNSYLVANIA: 

Producers 620 

Studios 615 

Theaters 790 

Percentages, Distribution 595 

Perforators, Film 928 

Performances, "Photoplay," Best 43; 45 

Persia, A Survey 1007 

PERSONNEL: 

Associations 633 

Home Office 597 

Studio 606 

Peru, A Survey 1008 

Pettijohn, C. C, Outlook for 1933 105 

Philadelphia, M. P. T. O.. Personnel 653 

Philippine Islands, A Survey 1008 

Photo Electric Cells 929 

Photocrome, Inc., Home Office Personnel 603 
Photographers and Their Work in 1931-1932 . ... 473 

Photographers, Still and Portrait 943 

Photography, Trick 949 

"Photoplay's" Best Performances of 1932 43 

Pickups 928 

Pizor, William, Foreign Outlook for 1932 955 

Plaster, Decorative 928 

Plaster Ornaments — See Ornaments 928 

Plastering, Architectural 929 

Play and Story Brokers 947 

PLAYERS: 

Standard Contract 549 

1931 and 1932 Work 383 

"Photoplay" Selections for 1932 43 

In Ten Best Pictures of 1932 65 

Plays Made Into Films, Original Titles 361 

Plumbing Fixtures — See Fixtures 929 

Poland, A Survey 1008 

Polish Film Corp., 1932 Releases 357 

Pollak, Adolph, Productions, 1932 Releases 357 

Porto Rico. A Survey 1009 

Portrait and Still Photographers 943 

Portugal, A Survey 1009 

Pasters 929 

Powers, P. A., Outlook for 1933 117 

POWERS PICTURES, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 603 

1932 Releases 357 

Presentation Bookers 945 

Press Photograpers Ass'n of New York, Personnel 647 

Previewing Groups 663 

PRINCIPAL DISTRIBUTING CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 603 

1932 Releases 357 



Print, Standard, Makeup and Practice 702 

Printing Machines, Film 929 

Processes, Film 929 

Producer-Player Standard Contract 549 

Producer-Writer Code of Ethics 561 

PRODUCERS: 

U. S. and Canada 616 

Short Subject 620 

Cartoon 621 

Newsreel 905 

PRODUCTION: 

Adaptors-Scenarists, 1931 and 1932 Work 455 

Authors, 1931 and 1932 Work 445 

Cameramen, 1931 and 1932 Work 473 

Code of Ethics 567 

Company Releases 353 

Dialoguers, 1931 and 1932 Work 464 

Directors, 1931 and 1932 Work 435 

Feature Releases, 1932 121 

Feature Releases, Since 1915 225 

Features Imported in 1932 378 

Film Editors, 1931 and 1932 Work 483 

Government Activities 545 

Original Titles 361 

Players, 1931 and 1932 Work 383 

Recording Engineers, 1931 and 1932 Work.... 479 

Serial Release, 1920 to 1932 374 

13,262 Titles 225 

Writers, 1931 and 1932 Work 445 

Projection Advisory Council, Inc 647 

Projection Adapters 907 

Projection Booth Engineer 929 

Projection Booths 910 

Projection Lenses 923 

Projection Rooms 949 

Projector Safety Devices — See Safety Devices, 

Projector 932 

PROJECTORS: 

Effect 929 

Portable 929 

Theater 930 

Properties, Studio 930 

PROTEX TRADING CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 604 

1932 Releases 357 

Public Relations Program for Exhibitors 658 

PUBLICATIONS: 

Trade and Fan 575 

Throughout the World 569 

Publix — See Paramount Publix. 

n 

Quebec, A Survey 519 

K 

RCA Victor Co., Inc., Personnel 604 

RKO Pathe Studios Corp., Personnel 609 

RKO RADIO PICTURES— RKO DISTRIBUTING 
CORP: 

Home Office Personnel 604 



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Studio Personnel 609 

Foreign Branches 1021 

1932 Releases 357 

Radio Corp. of America. Financial Summary .... 876 
RADIO-KEITH -ORPHEUM CORP.: 

Financial Summary 877 

Theaters 849 

Raspin Productions. Inc.. Personnel 604 

Raw Stock Distributors 905 

Ray-Bell Studios. Inc.. Personnel 612 

Rebush. Roman. Foreign Outlook for 1933 957 

Recorders. Disc and Film 931 

Recording Engineers and Their 1931-1932 Work 479 

Rectifiers, Alternating Current 931 

Reel Carrying Cases — See Cases and Cans 912 

Reels. Film 931 

Reflector Lamps — See Lamps. Reflector 931 

Refrigerating — See Cooling 913 

Release Print, Standard 702 

RELEASES: 

1932 Features 121 

1932 by Companies 353 

Since 1915 (13.262 Titles) 225 

Serials. 1920 to 1932 374 

RELIANCE PICTURES, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 604 

1932 Releases 358 

RELIEF FUND, FILM DAILY: 

Article 41 

Personnel 644 

Relief Fund of America. Personnel 646 

Remington Pictures. 1932 Releases 358 

Renovating Machines 931 

Republic Studios. Inc., Personnel 609 

Rewinders 931 

Rheostats 931 

Rhode Island M. P. T. O., Personnel 653 

Rhode Island, Theaters 797 

Rigging, Stage 932 

Ritchey Export Co.. 1932 Releases 358 

Ritchey. James V., Foreign Outlook 955 

Roach. Hal, Studio. Personnel 610 

Rocky Mountain Theater Owners Ass'n, Personnel 650 

Rogers. Charles R„ Outlook for 1933 109 

Romer Grey Pictures Corp., Personnel 604 

Rosenzweig. Charles. Outlook for 1933 Ill 

ROWLAND, WILLIAM-MONTE BRICE PRODUC- 
TIONS: 

Home Office Personnel 604 

1932 Releases 358 

Roxy Theaters Corp., Financial Summary 878 

Royal Studios, Personnel 613 

Rumania. A Survey 1010 

Russia, A Survey 1010 

s 

S. M. P. E— See Society of Motion Picture En- 
gineers. 

Saal. William. Outlook for 1933 113 

Safes, Theater 932 



Safety Devices. Projector 932 

St. Louis. Eastern Missouri and So. III.. M. P. 

T. O., Personnel 651 

St. Louis Theater Managers Ass n. Personnel . 652 

Sales Percentages. Distributors 595 

Sarnoff, David. Outlook for 1933 95 

Scandinavian Talking Pictures. 1932 Releases ... 358 

Scarface." One of the Ten Best Pictures of 1932 83 

Scenarists. 1931 and 1932 Work 455 

Scenery, Stage 932 

Schenck. Joseph M.. Outlook for 1933 93 

Schenck. Nicholas M . Outlook for 1933 91 

Schneider. George. 1932 Releases 358 

Schulberg. B. P.. Outlook for 1933 107 

Screen Women's Press Club. Personnel 647 

Screen Writers Guild. Personnel 648 

Screens 933 

Screenart Pictures, Inc.. Personnel 604 

Seat Covers — See Covers, Chair 915 

Seat Indicators 933 

Seats, Theater 933 

Seidelman, Joseph H., Foreign Outlook ... 953 

Seiden Sound Studio, Personnel 614 

Seiden Sound System, Personnel — See Leff Pro- 
ductions 601 

Selznick, David 0.. Outlook for 1933 99 

Senators and Congressmen, 73rd Congress 521 

Sennett. Mack. Studio. Personnel 610 

Sentry Safety Control. Financial Summary 879 

SERIAL RELEASES: 

1920 to 1932 374 

1932, by Companies 353 

Sheehan, Clayton P.. Foreign Outlook 954 

SHORT SUBJECT: 

Producers 620 

Releases in 1932, by Companies 353 

Showman's Calendar for 1933 667 

Showman s Exploitation Manual 657 

Shubert Theater Corp.. Financial Summary 879 

SIGNS: 

Luminous Tube 934 

Changeable 933 

Directional 933 

Electric 933 

Sikawitt. Mortimer D.. Foreign Outlook 957 

Silent Theaters, U. S. and Canada 705 

Silverberg. Herbert T.. Court Decisions of 1932. 526 

Slides 934 

'Smilin' Through.'' One of the Ten Best Pictures 

of 1932 73 

Smirnov. V. F.. Article on Soviet Cinema 975 

Societies-Clubs-Associations, Personnel 633 

SOCIETY OF MOTION PICTURE ENGINEERS: 

Personnel 637 

1932 Activities, by Dr. Alfred N. Goldsmith.. 507 

Sound Devices and Manufacturers 934 

Sound Engineers and Their Work in 1931 and 1932 479 

Sound Proofing — See Acoustical Products 907 

Sound Studios of New York, Inc., Personnel ... 615 

Sound Theaters in the U. S. and Canada 705 

South Africa, A Survey 1010 



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South and North Dakota and Minnesota Allied 

Theaters. Personnel 651 

South Carolina. Theaters 798 

South Dakota, Theaters 799 

Southeastern Theater Owners Association 650 

Southland Pictures Corp., 1932 Releases 358 

Soviet Cinema, by V. F. Smirnov 975 

Spain, A Survey m} 

Speakers and Horns 921 

Special Effects Photography 949 

Speed Indicators— See Indicators 92] 

Splicing Machines 935 

Spot Lights— See Lights, Spot 925 

Sprinklers, Automatic . . 93 r 
STAGE: 

Drops— See Curtains 915 

Equipment 93 g 

Hardware 921 

Lighting Equipment 924 

Rigging 932 

Scene'Y ! 932 

Stage, Legitimate, Statistics .... 520 

STANDARD CONTRACT: 

Player-Producer 549 

Exhibition "..."535 

Standard Release Print 702 

Standard Sound Recording Corp., Personnel 614 

Stanley Co. of Amer., Financial Summary 879 
STANLEY DISTRIBUTING CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 60 4 

1932 Releases 358 

State Exhibitor Associations, Personnel 649 
STATISTICS: 

General ^3 

Legitimate Stage "" 520 

Theater, U. S. and Canada 706 

Statuary 935 

Steiner. William, 1932 Release 358 

Still Photographers 94, 

Stills 935 

Stocks, Amusement, in 1932 860 

Storage Vaults ' " ' 905 

Story and Play Brokers 947 

STUDIO: 

Equipment g gj 

Lighting Equipment 92 5 

Properties .....930 

Studio Electricians, Personnel 648 

Studios, U. S. and Canada, Personnel 606 

Supplies, Laboratory 949 

Supply Dealers gg 7 

Sweden, A Survey lf j^ 2 

Switchboards 93 j 

Switzerland, A Survey iq13 

Synchronous Sound Devices 9 34 

Syndicate Exchange, 1932 Release \\ 358 

Syndicates, Newspaper, Voting for The Ten Best 
Pictures of 1932 53 

T — 

Tables, Inspection— See Inspection Tables 922 

Technicolor, Inc., Financial Summary 880 



Television Productions, Ltd., Personnel 610 

TEN BEST PICTURES: 

Film Daily, 1932 Poll 51 

Film Daily, 1922 to 1931 ' 85 

National Board of Review 49 

Ten Leading Headline Events of 1932 47 

Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, M. P. T. O., 

Personnel 653 

Tennessee, Theaters 800 

Territorial Percentages of Distributors 595 

Texas Allied Theater Owners, Personnel 653 

Texas Theater Owners Protective Ass'n, Personnel 654 
TEXAS: 

Producers 620 

Theaters 802 

THEATER: 

Construction 913 

Equipment 885 

Supply Dealers 887 

Theater Exploitation 657 

Theater Owners Chamber of Commerce, Personnel 652 

Theater Owners Organizations, Personnel 649 

THEATERS: 

Statistics, U. S. and Canada 706 

Colored 828 

Army Post 829 

Navy 831 

Circuits 833 

Alaska 820 

Canada 820 

United States, By States 707 

Theatrical Press Representatives of America, Per- 
sonnel 648 

TICKET: 

Booths 910 

Boxes and Choppers 936 

Vending Machines 936 

Tickets, Admission 936 

Tiffany, California, Studio, Personnel 606 

Tile Flooring 937 

Titan Production Co., Inc., Personnel 610 

Title Studios 948 

TITLES: 

Features Since 1915 (13,262 Titles) 230 

Features Released in 1932 121 

Company Releases of 1932 353 

Serials, 1920 to 1932 374 

Imported Features in 1932 378 

Original Titles 36I 

Tobis Forenfilms, Inc., 1932 Releases 359 

Toronto Associated Theaters, Ltd., Personnel 654 

Toronto Allied Exhibitors, Personnel 654 

Tower Productions, Inc., 1932 Releases 359 

Towers, Horn 937 

TRADE AND FAN PUBLICATIONS: 

In the U. S. and Canada 575 

Voting for Ten Best Pictures of 1932 53 

Trade Boards, U. S. and Canada, Personnel 655 

Trailers, Producers and Distributors 903; 937 

Trans-Lux Daylight Screen Corp., Financial Sum- 
mary 880 



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TRANSCONTINENTAL PICTURES CORP.: 



Home Office Personnel 605 

1932 Releases 359 

Transformers, Alternating Current 937 

Tri-State M. P. T. 0., Personnel 653 

Trick Photography 949 

Turkey, A Survey 1013 

233 Club, Personnel 648 

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UFA FILMS, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 605 

1932 Releases 359 

Unger, Chas., 1932 Releases 359 

Uniforms 937 

UNITED ARTISTS CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 605 

Studio Personnel 610 

Foreign Branches 1021 

Theater Circuit 854 

Theater Circuit, Financial Summary 881 

1932 Releases 359 

United Film Industries, Inc., Personnel 605 

United Kingdom, A Survey 1014 

United Scenic Artists, Personnel 648 

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT: 

Army Theaters 829 

Navy Theaters 831 

Production-Distribution Activities 545 

Units 937 

UNIVERSAL PICTURES CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 605 

Studio Personnel 610 

Foreign Branches 1022 

Theater Circuit 855 

Financial Summary 882 

1932 Releases 359 

Uruguay, A Survey 1016 

Utah, Theaters 807 

v 

Van Beuren, A. J., Outlook for 1933 115 

VAN BEUREN CORP.: 

Home Office Personnel 605 

1932 Releases 360 

Valletty, Bruno, 1932 Release 360 

Variety Club of Pittsburgh, Personnel 648 

Vaudeville Bookers 945 

Vaults, Storage 905 

Vending Machines 937 

Venezuela, A Survey 1016 

Ventilating— See Cooling 913 

Vermont, Theaters 808 

Virginia M. P. T. O., Personnel 654 

Virginia, Theaters 809 

Visual Instruction Dept. of National Education 

Ass'n, Personnel 643 



Vitaphone Studio, Personnel 614 

Vitullo Films, 1932 Release 360 

w 

Wampas, Personnel 641 

WARNER BROS. -FIRST NATIONAL: 

Home Office Personnel 605 

Studio Personnel (Hollywood) 610 

Eastern Vitaphone Studio 614 

Foreign Branches 1024 

Theater List 855 

Financial Summary 882 

1932 Releases 360 

Warner, H. M., Outlook for 1933 91 

Warner, Jack L., Outlook for 1933 95 

Warner, Major Albert, Outlook for 1933 103 

WASHINGTON: 

Producers 620 

Theaters 811 

Weatherstripping 937 

Wehrenberg, Fred, Outlook for 1933 115 

West Coast Service Studio, Personnel 615 

West Virginia, Ky„ and Ohio Allied Theater 

Owners, Personnel 652 

West Virginia, Theaters 813 

Western Associated Motion Picture Advertisers 

(Wampas!, Personnel 641 

Western Pennsylvania, M. P. T. O., Personnel... 653 
White, Gordon, "Best World Wide Exploitation 

Stunt of 1932" 675 

Wired Theaters in the U. S. and Canada 705 

Wisconsin Allied Independent Theater Owners. 

Personnel 654 

Wisconsin and Upper Michigan M. P. T. O., 

Personnel 654 

WISCONSIN: 

Producers 620 

Theaters 816 

Wolffsohn, Karl, Article on Germany 972 

World Broadcasting System, Inc., Personnel ... . 615 

World Motion Picture Survey 977 

WORLD WIDE PICTURES, INC.: 

Home Office Personnel 600 

1932 Releases 360 

Worldart Film Corp., 1932 Release 360 

World's Trade Exchange, 1932 Releases 360 

Writers' Section 445 

Wyoming, Theaters 819 

Y 

Y. M. C. A. Motion Picture Bureau, Personnel.. 648 

Yates, H. J., Outlook for 1933 105 

Year's Headlines 585 

Yorke, G. S., "Best Fox Exploitation Stunt of 

1932" 674 

Yugoslavia, A Survey 1016 

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Zukor, Adolph, Outlook for 1933 91 



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Allied Pictures 110 

Allvine, Glendon 332 

Ameranglo Corp. . .960 & 961 
Amkino Corporation .... 68 
Amusement Securities 

Corp 346 

Anderson, Milo 348 

Andrews, Del 246 

Arbuckle, Roscoe (Fatty). 310 

Arnold, Edward 396 

Art Guild, The 912 

Associated Cinemas of 

America, Inc 4 

Associated Publications 

562 & 563 
Atlas Soundfilm Recording 

Studios, Inc 894 

Atwill, Lionel 388 

Auten, Capt. Harold 958 

B 

Bank of America, Facing Page 1 
Barnes Printing Co. 432 & 656 

Baxter, Warner 262 

Beecroft-Florida Studios . 144 

Belden, Charles S 228 

Berger, Carl 474 

Berk, Ben 162 

Berk, David 486 

Berman, Pandro 330 

"Better Theatres". . 554 & 555 



Billboard Publishing Co., 

The 558 

Bischoff, Sam 180 

Blake, B. K 164 

Block, Ralph 242 

Blue Seal Sound Devices, 

Inc 900 

Bolton, Guy 444 

Borzage, Frank 266 

Bradford, James C 164 

Bren-Orsatti 444 

Brenon Productions, Her- 
bert 34 

British & Continental 

Trading Co., Inc 956 

Brock, Gustav 156 

Brown, Harry Joe 208 

Brulatour, Inc., J. E 24 

Burtis, Thomson 444 

c 

Cameron Publishing Co... 546 

Cannon, Raymond 64 

Ceder, Ralph 166 

Century Photo Engraving 

Co., Inc 676 

Chesterfield Motion Pic- 
ture Corp 78 

Chidnoff, Irving 494 

Chodorov, Edward 316 

Christie, Al 184 

Churchill, Berton 382 

Cinelab, Inc 922 

Cinema, The 582 

City Photo Engraving Co.. 550 

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Claremont Sound Film 



Studios, Inc 920 

Cleveland, George 340 

Cline, Edward F 112 

Cluett, Jack 250 

Clyde Comedies, Andy... 186 

Cohan, Helen 406 

Cohn, Martin G 180 

Colman, Ronald 36 

Columbia Pictures 97 & 98 

Comandini, Adele 252 

Commonwealth Productions, 

Ltd 146 

Connolly, Walter 408 

Conselman, Wm 284 

Consolidated Film Indus- 
tries, Inc. . Inside Back Cover 

Conway, Jack 246 

Cooper, Merian C 326 

Cosman, Inc., J. T 26 

Craft Film Laboratories, 

Inc 906 

Crawley, Paul Roe 166 

Cromwell, John 330 

Curtiz, Michael 308 

D 

Daily Film Renter and 



Moving Picture News. . 576 
D a r m o u r Productions, 



Larry 108 

Debrie, Inc., Andre 898 

De Forest Phonofilm 118 

Delmar, Vina 448 

Del Ruth, Roy 302 



A ID V IE IP T II jf II N G II N ID IE X 



Denis, Armand 484 

Dieterle, Wilhelm 312 

Digges, Dudley 382 

Dittmar-Robinson Corp. . 90 

Douglas, Melvyn 394 

Durlam Productions, G. A. 168 

E 

Eagle Pictures Corp 84 

Eastman Kodak Co. 

Back Cover 
Ebenstein Corp., The. .. 128 



Educational Pictures. 176 to 188 
Educational Screen, The.. 552 
Electrical Research Prod- 
ucts, Inc. . . Facing Page 1024 

Elliott, Clyde E 274 

Emanuel Publications, Inc., 

Jay 564 

Emerson, Maurice 474 

Estabrook, Howard 102 

Exhibitors Film Exchange.. 974 
Exhibitors Screen Service, 
Inc 92 

I 

Fanchon & Marco, Inc... 482 

Featurettes, Inc 168 

Fiegel, Alfred E 134 

Fields, Stanley 400 

Filmchoice, Inc 172 

Film Curb 566 

Film-Kurier 584 

Film Laboratories of 

Canada, Ltd 932 

Filmlab, Inc 924 

Film Service Laboratories, 

Inc 930 

Finston, Nat W 218 

First Choice Pictures, Inc. 138 
First Division Exchanges, 

Inc 70 



First National Pictures 

295 to 316 

FitzPatrick Traveltalks . . 6 

Florey, Robert 312 

Ford, John 268 

Fox Film Corp 257 to 288 

Fox Movietone News ... 276 
Freeman Lang Studios, Inc. 94 
Freuler Film Associates, 

Inc 72 

Freund, Karl 436 

Friedgen, Ramond 442 

I. 

Garnett, Tay 170 

Gelsey, Erwin 222 

General Film Library, Inc., 

Facing Inside Back Cover 
General Outdoor Advertis- 
ing Co 86 

General Talking Pictures 

Corp 118 

Gering, Marion 214 

Gevaert Co. of America, 

Inc 26 

Gillstrom, Arvid E 188 

Glasmon, Kubec 460 

Gottlieb, Arthur 932 

Goulding, Alf 316 

Goulding, Edmund 104 

Gray, Danny 492 

Green, Alfred E 38 

Green, George 450 

Green, Howard J 58 

Grey Pictures Corp., 

Romer 170 

Griffith, Edward H 106 

Gropper, Milton H 220 

Grosset & Dunlap 858 

Guaranteed Pictures Co., 
Inc 964 



II 

Hansen, Edmund H 286 

Harman-lsing Productions, 

Ltd 172 

Harper Producing & Dis- 
tributing Co 488 

Harvey Agency 940 & 941 

Hays, Jack 184 

Hazard, Lawrence 224 

Henley, Jack 306 

Hennecke, Clarence .... 464 

Hervey, Harry 210 

Heywood-Wakefield . 884 

Hill, George 238 

Hoerl, Arthur 456 

Hollywood Reporter .... 574 
Hollywood Screen World.. 510 
Holt & Company, Inc., 

C. J 976 

Horwin, Jerry 348 

Hotel St. Charles 498 

Howard, David 438 

Howard, Leslie 386 

I 

Imperial Distributing Corp. 952 

Ince, Ralph 340 

International Projector 

Corp 886 

International Projectionist. 570 

Invincible Pictures Corp.. 78 

.1 

James, Alan 158 

James, Rian 62 

Jason, Leigh 440 

Johnson, Laurence E 248 

Johnston, Agnes Christine. 252 

Jones, Grover 218 



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Joyce, Frank-Myron, 

Selznick, Ltd 52 

June, Ray 472 

K 

Katz, Sam 54 

K B S Productions 179 

Kendell & Dasseville, Inc. 904 
Kent, Willis, Productions. 482 

Kinematrade 966 

Kinematograph Weekly, 

The 586 

King, Henry 270 

Klein, Philip 288 

Kline, A. A 454 

Kooler - Aire Engineering 

Corp 896 

Krimsky, John-Gifford 

Cochran 172 

L 

La Cinematographic Fran- 

caise 580 

Lambert, Glen 306 

Lamont, Charles 438 

Lang, Walter 436 

Larkin, John Francis 452 

Lasky Productions, Jesse 

L 264 

Le Baron, Wm 202 

Le Breton, Flora 162 

Leff Productions, Inc 484 

Lehman, Gladys 280 

Le Maire, Rufus 282 

Leonard, Robert Z 240 

Le Roy, Mervyn 300 

Levien, Sonya 288 

Lewis, Albert 226 

Licht-Bild-Buhne 578 

Lloyd, Frank 280 

Lloyd's Film Storage Corp 486 



Lovett, Josephine 50 

Loy, Myrna 250 

Lubitsch, Ernst 200 

Ludwig, Edward 160 

Me 

Mac Fadden, Hamilton... 60 

McCoy, Horace 470 

McNutt, Wm. Slavens ... 218 

M 

Macgowan, Kenneth .... 334 
Magic Carpet of Movie- 
tone 286 

Majestic Pictures Corp... 74 

Malcolm Laboratories Corp. 926 

Mallory, Boots 282 

Marin, Edwin L 440 

Markey, Gene 314 

Marlow, Brian 228 

Massce & Company, Inc.. 972 

Master Art Products, Inc.. 76 

Mayfair Pictures Corp. . . 80 

Maynard, Ken 153 

Mendes, Lothar 204 

Mentor Pictures, Inc 970 

Mercantile Bank & Trust 

Co 22 

Mercury Film Laboratory, 

Inc 28 

Mermaid Comedies 188 

Mersereau, Jack 496 

Metro-Gold wyn- Mayer, 

233 to 252 
Michel Angelo Studios, 

Inc 908 

Millard, S. S 174 

Models Guild 488 

Monogram Pictures 88 

Morosco Pictures, Oliver. 126 

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Morris Agency, William.. 392 

Moser, Frank 182 

Moss, Alec 832 

Motion Picture Record... 572 
Motion Picture Service 

Co 888 0 889 

Mundin, Herbert 284 

Munson S.S. Lines 506 

Murfin, Jane 336 

Murphy, Ralph 216 

N 

Nathan, Woodard and 

Fairbanks 186 

National Screen Service.. 902 
National Sound Recording 

Service, Inc 918 

Neumann, Kurt 434 

Noris Carbon Co., Inc.. . . 914 

o 

O'Brien, Inc., Edwin 956 

O'Brien, George 278 

O'Brien, Willis H 338 

P 

Paramount Musical Staff. 218 
Paramount Pictures . . 195 to 228 

Perfex Pictures 346 

Photoplay Magazine 2 

Pierson, Arthur 402 

Polish Film Almanac 594 

Pollard, Bud 148 

Powers Pictures, Inc. . . . 154 
President Hotel, The . . . 548 

Presnell, Robert 314 

Principal Distributing Corp. 140 
Producers Laboratories, Inc. 928 
Protex Pictures Corp 174 



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II 

RKO-Pathe Studios 96 

RKO Radio Pictures 321 to 340 

Racon Electric Co., Inc. . . 938 
Radio Keith Orpheum 

Corp 328 

Radio-Mat Slide Co., 

Inc 476 & 910 

Raison, Milton 466 

Ralph, Jessie 410 

Reliance Pictures, Inc.... 82 

Republic Studios, Inc 130 

Ritchey Export Corp 950 

Robertson, John 50 

Robinson, Casey 224 

Rodgers, James E 490 

Rogers, Charles R 206 

Roland, Gilbert 384 

Rose, Bob 468 

Rosher, Charles 152 

Ross Federal Service, Inc. 350 

Rowland, Richard A 272 

Rowland, Wm. — Monte 

Brice 120 

Royer Pictures, Inc., Fan- 

chon 352 

Ruggles, Wesley 216 

s 

St. Charles Hotel 498 

Sandrich, Mark 336 

Sarecky, Louis A 352 

Sax, Sam 304 

Scheib, Philip A 182 

Schenck, Harry R 136 

Schoedsack, Ernest B. . . . 332 

Seff, Manuel 222 

Seiter, Wm. A 212 

Selznick, David 0 244 

Selznick, Myron-Frank 

Joyce 52 

Seward, Edmond 458 



Shaff, Monroe 310 

Shalitt 502 

Shamroy, Leon 472 

Shotland & Shotland 508 

Shumate, Harold 462 

Skouras Bros. Theaters . . 132 

Spearing, James 0 274 

Spence, Ralph 56 

Stahl, John M 44 

Standard Motion Pictures, 

Inc 32 

Stcbbins, Leterman & 

Gates, Inc 116 

Stern Photo Co., Inc 936 

Stone Film Library 934 

Swanson, H. N 334 

Synchro-Art Pictures Corp. 142 
Synchro Screen Service. . 168 

T 

Taylor, Sam 40 

Taurog, Norman 214 

Terry, Paul-Frank Moser.. 182 

Thew, Harvey 446 

Thorpe, Richard 434 

Trivers, Barry 226 

Truex, Ernest 390 

Typhoon Air Conditioning 

Co., Inc 916 

r 

Ufa Films, Inc., 

Inside Front Covers 

Ullman, S. George 398 

Ulmer, Edgar George 490 

United Artists 150 

V 

Van Beuren Corp 30 

Van Deusen, Cortlandt... 442 
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Variety 556 

Verschleiser, Ben 156 

Vidor, King 42 

Vinton, Arthur R 404 

Volf 124 

Vortkamp Cr Co., Inc 892 

\V 

Wallace, Richard 160 

Warner Bros. Pictures 

295 to 316 

Warner Bros. Theatres . . 298 

Wayburn, Ned 504 

Wead, Frank 46 

Wellman, Wm. A 308 

Welsh, Robert E 338 

West Coast Service 

Studios 122 

Western Electric, 

Facing Page 1024 
Western Service Studios, 

Inc 66 

White Productions, Jack. 114 
White Productions, Tom. 350 

Wilson, Carey 248 

World's Trade Exchange, 

Inc 968 

World Wide Pictures 

176 to 188 

Y 

Young, Tammany 500 

Young, Waldemar 220 

z 

Ziesse, Francis E 489 

Zit's Publishing Co., Inc. 560 
Zucker, Frank 476 




V 

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1933 




This Is the Fifteenth 
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MOTION picture entertainment enters 1933 in the forefront of opportunity 
that must come to the nation with the sweep of better times. No 
industry has faced with greater courage the problems before it. None 
has met more promptly the challenge of better product for a smaller 
market at lower cost, hurled against every industry by the greatest 
economic depression in modern times. Whatever further steps may be 
necessary for recovery from a disastrous economic period, the outstanding factors 
in relation to the screen are: 

First, that despite unprecedented industrial depression, new story values, new 
dramatic vitality, new fields of entertainment enterprise have marked the artistic 
growth of the industry during the past twelve months. 

Second, that with the public demanding not merely entertainment, but the 
greatest possible entertainment values for its money, the closing months of the 
year saw an increasing number of successful pictures produced. 

Third, that the rise in standard, in quality, and in the entertainment appeal of 
the screen was accompanied by lowering production costs and large economies made 
in theater operation. 

Fourth, that during a period of great economic dislocation, the spirit of 
cooperation within the motion picture industry has never been greater, as evidenced 
in the loan or exchange of featured players, writers and directors; in the solution 
of common problems and in the determination of responsible exhibitor leaders to 
cooperate with individual distributors to re-cement the structure of distributor- 
exhibitor relations, in order that the highest standards of trade practice might be 
maintained in the motion picture industry and that voluntary arbitration in the 
future might take the place of expensive litigation. 

The motion picture industry has been reborn and rebuilt at various stages of 
its progress. The bones of a thousand problems, each "insurmountable" in its 
own day, lie at our feet. There is nothing that faces us in the new year which 
courage, confidence and clear vision will not successfully meet. 




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THE 

TEN BEST PICTURES 

0/1932 

As selected by 368 critics of Newspapers, trade 
papers and publications in the eleventh annual poll 
conducted by THE FILM DAILY. 



■THE RESULT- 



PRODUCTION DISTRIBUTOR VOTES 

Grand Hotel M-G-M 296 

The Champ M-G-M 214 

Arrowsmirh United Artists 192 

The Guardsman M-G-M 170 

Smilin' Through M-G-M 168 

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Paramount 161 

Emma M-G-M 154 

Bill "of Divorcement RKO 141 

Back Street Universal 136 

Scarface United Artists 135 



Please turn to page 51 for a complete section cover- 
ing the Ten Best Pictures of 1932, listing the names 
of the critics who participated, and also an Honor 
Roll of pictures receiving ten or more votes. 



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Brief analysis of The Film Daily's nation-wide poll in which about 300 of the 
country"'* leading critics participated. The results in full detail 
were published ,u the 1932 Film Daily Directors' 
Annual and Production Guide 



QUESTION No. 1 

Which do you think is the most important 
element in motion picture production — the 
players, the director or the writer? 

ANSWER 

Director— 45% Writer— 30% Players— 25% 



QUESTION No. 6 

Wh.it is your opinion of playing two or three 
features on one bill? 
ANSWER 

In tavor— 8.9% Opposed— 91.1% 



♦ ♦ ♦ 



QUESTION No. 2 

Do you sense any demand for silent films in 
your community? 

ANSWER 

Yes— 3.8% No— 96.2% 



QUESTION No. 7 
In what respects could producers make the 
most improvements in pictures? 

ANSWER 

Most recurrent suggestions — Stories — 98% 



♦ ♦ ♦ 



QUESTION No. 3 

Are motion pictures becoming too sophisti- 
cated in their subject matter? 

ANSWER 

Yes— 36.3% No— 63.7% 



QUESTION No. 8 

Wh, should a motion picture critic review 
pictures from his own individual viewpoint as 
distinguished from the viewpoint of the aver- 
age film patron? 
ANSWER 

80% of the replies upheld the right of the 
critic to express his personal opinions exclu- 
sively. 20% indicated the reviewer should 
take general audience reaction into account 



♦ ♦ ♦ 



QUESTION No. 4 

Is present-day theater advertising too inclined 
to exaggerate? 



No— 11.4% 



QUESTION No. 9 
What type of short subjects do you like best? 
ANSWER 

Travelogues — 148 Votes Cartoons — 144 Votes 
Newsreels— 112 Votes Comedies— 78 Votes 



QUESTION No. 5 

Approximately how many pictures do you 
during the year? 



QUESTION No. 10 
What is your pet theory or pet peeve relating 
to motion pictures? 



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Pet Theory — Less Sex 



Pet Peeve — Cycles 



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FILM FACTS - FIGURES 



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A total of 276 different industries, arts and professions are in- 
volved in making a motion picture. 

Approximately 78,000 pieces of literature were examined in the 
past year to obtain stories for about 550 features. 

Every foot of film sold abroad returns a dollar of income from 
other exports, according to the Department of Commerce. 

Features released in the U. S. during 1932 totaled 685 (including 
196 foreign) ; short subjects totaled approximately 1,450, practically 
all produced in this country. 

Theater attendance in the U. S. in 1932 averaged about 60,000,- 
000 weekly, equal to about 26 shows for each member of the popu- 
lation, compared to an average of five shows attended by each 
person in Germany during the same year. 

More than $100,000,000 annually in taxes is paid to the govern- 
ment by the motion picture industry. 

Approximately $150,000,000 was spent on film production in the 
U. S. last year, the negative cost averaging about $200,000 per fea- 
ture and varying widely on shorts. 

About 2,500 tons of cotton is bought each year by Eastman Kodak 
for use in the manufacture of film. 

A major Hollywood studio uses 2,000,000,000 watts of electric 
current a year — enough to light 33,000 homes nightly. 

Film struck girls have one chance in 137,417 to become a star, 
according to figures compiled by Bob Hill, Hollywood director. 

Number of motion picture theaters in operation in the U. S. as of 
January 1, 1933, was 12,480. 



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TH€ ACAD€MY OF 
MOTION PICTUR€ 
ARTS and SCI€NC€S 



''Harmonious relati o n s 
uithin the industry" 

"Promotion of apprecia- 
tion outside the industry" 



THE Academy of Motion Picture Arts and 
I Sciences, founded May 11, 1927, unites into 
| one body, devoted to the service of their com- 
mon interests, the production industry's leading 
actors, directors, technicians, writers, and produc- 
tion executives. Within the industry the Academy 
provides a common meeting place for the concilia- 
tion of internal differences, for friendly interchange 
of ideas and for the solution of problems to the 
general benefit. It builds harmonious relations, 
signalizes outstanding achievements by conferring 
Awards of Merit and advances technological 
progress. 



1932 Activities of the Academy are listed in 
another part of this book; see index. 



Officers, Directors and Members are listed on 
page 635. 



Awards of Merit for 1932 and for previous 
years are on pages 37 and 39. 



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36 



• ACADEMY • 
MERIT AWARDS 



1931-1932 

^ WARDED At The Annual Banquet of The Academy 
of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, in Hollywood, 
November 18, 1932. 



€) 



— THE AWARDS— 



Best Performance, Actress HELEN HAYES ("Sin of Madelon Claudet") 

Best Performance, Actor FREDRIC MARCH ("Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde") 

Extra Award WALLACE BEERY ("The Champ") 

Best Ail-Around Production "GRAND HOTEL" (M-G-M) 

Best Direction FRANK BORZAGE ("Bad Girl") 

Best Original Story FRANCES MARION ("The Champ") 

Best Adaptation EDWIN BURKE ("Bad Girl") 

Best Photography LEE GARMES ("Shanghai Express") 

Best Art Direction GORDON WILES ("Transatlantic") 

Best Sound Recording PARAMOUNT ("Shanghai Express," 

"A Broken Lullaby," "One Hour with You," etc.) 

Best Short Subjects "Flowers and Trees" (DISNEY), 

"A Wrestling Swordfish" (SENNETT), 
Laurel and Hardy in "The Music Box" (ROACH) 

Special Award WALT DISNEY, for creation of Mickey Mouse 

Certificate of Honorable Mention TECHNICOLOR 

Honorable Mention EASTMAN KODAK 



(See page 39 for Academy Awards of othet years) 

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ALFRED K GREEN 



Warner Bros*— First National 



"SILVER DOLLAR" 
"THE RICH ARE ALWAYS WITH US" 
"UNION DEPOT" 
"THE DARK HORSE" 
"BABY FACE" 
"PARACHUTE JUMPER" 
"NARROW CORNER" 
"IT S TOUGH TO BE FAMOUS" 



Director 



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• ACADEMY • 
MERIT AWARDS 



1927 — 1930 



Awards for 1931-32 are listed on page 37 

1927- 1928 

ACTRESS— Janet Gaynor (Seventh Heaven, Street Angel, Sunrise* 
ACTOR— Emil Jannings (Way of All Flesh. Last Command* 

DIRECTORS— Frank Borzage 'Seventh Heaven). Lewis Milestone. (Two Arabian Knights) 
OUTSTANDING PRODUCTIONS— Wings (Paramount*; Sunrise (Fox* 
CINEMATOGRAPHY— Charle Rosher and Karl Sfruss (Sunrise) 
ART DIRECTION— William Cameron Menzies (Tempest. The Dove) 
WRITING ACHIEVEMENTS— Ben Hecht (Underworld); Benjamin Glazer (Seventh 
Heaven* 

TITLE WRITING — Joseph W. Farnham (Telling the World, Fair Co-ed* 
ENGINEERING ACH I EVEM ENT— Roy J. Pomeroy (Wings) 

FOR MARKING AN EPOCH IN MOTION PICTURE H ISTORY— Warner Bros, for produc- 
ing The Jazz Singer 

• 

1928- 1929 

ACTRESS— Mary Pickford (Coquette) 

ACTOR— Warner Baxter (In Old Arizona* 

DIRECTION— Frank Lloyd (Weary River, Divine Lady. Drag) 

OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION— The Broadway Melody I Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) 
CINEMATOGRAPHY— Clyde DeVinna (White Shadows of the South Seas) 
ART DIRECTION— Cedric Gibbons (Bridge of San Luis Rey) 
WRITING— Hans Kraly (The Patriot) 

• 

1929- 1930 

ACTRESS — Norma Shearer (The Divorcee* 
ACTOR — George Arliss (Disraeli* 

DIRECTION— Lewis Milestone (All Quiet on the Western Front* 
OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION— All Quiet on the Western Front (Universal* 
CINEMATOGRAPHY— Joseph T. Tucker and Willard Vander Veer (With Byrd at the 
South Pole) 

ART DIRECTION— Herman Rosse (King of Jazz) 

SOUND RECORDING— Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studio (The Big House) 
WRITING— Frances Marion (The Big House) 

1930- 1931 

ACTRESS— Marie Dressier (Min and Bill)) 

ACTOR — Lionel Barrymore (A Free Soul) 

DIRECTION— Norman Taurog (Skippyl 

BEST PRODUCED PICTURE— Cimarron (Radio Pictures* 

ORIGINAL STORY— John Monk Saunders (Dawn Patrol) 

ADAPTATION— Howard Estabrook (Cimarron) 

CINEMATOGRAPHY— Floyd Crosby (Tabu) 

ART DIRECTION— Max Ree (Cimarron) 

SOUND RECORDING— Paramount 

Scientific Achievements 

NOISE REDUCTION RECORDING EQUIPMENT— Electrical Research Products. RCA 

Photophone and RKO Radio Pictures 
SUPER-SENSITIVE PANCHROMATIC FILM— DuPont Film Mfg. Co. and Eastman Kodak 

Co. 

HONORABLE MENTION FOR SYNCHRO-PROJECTION COMPOSITE PHOTOGRAPHY— 
Fox Film Co. 



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Director 



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RELIEF FUND 

Established 1927 



ITH a total collection beyond the expectations of many, but 
in accord with predictions made by every member of the com- 
mittee, the 1932 campaign of the FILM DAILY RELIEF FUND topped 
last year's figure by a substantial amount. Slow to start, contribu- 
tions hit a crescendo the second week which continued steadily to 
Christmas. The urgent call was heard throughout the industry. 
High executives and lowly office help responded. Several company 
departments "handed the hat around.'' The FUND'S benevolent 
work, its silent method of granting material assistance to those of 
this industry who find themselves in distress and its acknowledged 
security have been broadcast throughout the country. In facing 
1933, the committee feels that more urgent calls for assistance will 
be heard than heretofore have been recorded. Cheerful givers have 
made it possible to respond to all the worthy requests. The com- 
mittee for 1933 is composed of Jack Alicoate, Chairman; Don M. 
Mersereau, Maurice D. Kann, William Brandt, Al Lichtman, Bert 
Adler, Hal Home and Lee Ochs. 



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king virion 

Hallelujah The Crowd Wild Oranges 

The Jack Knife Man The Big Parade 

The Champ Cynara Street Scene 
The Bird of Paradise 



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PHOTOPLAY'S __ 

in 1932 



BEST INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCES 



A Tabulation of the Best Performances of the Year as Taken 
from the Monthly Issues of "Photoplay 
Magazine" 



Mentioned Four Times . . . 



JOHN BARRYMORE 

Arsene Lupin, A Bill of Di- 
vorcement, Grand Hotel, State's 
Attorney. 

LIONEL BARRYMORE 

Arsene Lupin, Grand Hotel, 
Man I Killed,' Washington 
Masquerade. 



JOAN CRAWFORD 

Grand Hotel. Letty Lynton, 
Possessed, Rain. 

CLARK GABLE 

Hell Divers, Possessed, Red 
Dust, Strange Interlude. 

WALTER HUSTON 

American Madness. A House 
Divided. Night Court, Rain. 



FREDRIC MARCH 

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Mer- 
rily We Go to Hell, Smilin' 
Through, Strangers in Love. 

ROBERT MONTGOMERY 

But the Flesh Is Weak, Faith- 
less, Letty Lynton, Private 
Lives. 



Mentioned Three Times . . . 



TALLULAH BANKHEAD 

The Cheat, Faithless, Thunder 
Below. 

GRETA GARBO 

As You Desire Me, Grand Ho- 
tel, Mata Hari. 



NORMA SHEARER 

Private Lives, Smilin' Through, 
Strange Interlude. 

LEE TRACY 

Blessed Event, Strange Love of 
Molly Louvain, Washington- 
Merry-Go-Round. 



Mentioned Twice . . . 

George Arliss. Wallace Beery. las, James Dunn, Jimmy Durante. Howard, Charles Laughton, Eric 
Maurice Chevalier, Ricardo Cor- Sally Eilers. Kay Francis, Jean Linden, Ben Lyon. Paul Muni, 
tez, Richard Dix, Melvyn Doug- Harlow, Miriam Hopkins, Leslie George Raft. Edward G. Robin- 
son, Sylvia Sidney. 



BEST PERFORMANCES BY MONTHS: 



— JANUARY — 

Ronald Colman, Arrowsmith; 
Helen Hayes, Arrowsmith; Rich- 
ard Bennett, Arrowsmith; Joan 
Crawford, Possessed; Clark Ga- 
ble, Possessed; Mae Marsh, Over 
the Hill; James Dunn, Over the 
Hill; Gloria Swanson, Tonight or 
Never; Melvyn Douglas, Tonight 
or Never; Boris Karloff, Frank- 
enstein; Colin Clive, Franken- 
stein; Wallace Beery, Hell Divers; 
Clark Gable. Hell Divers; Walter 
Huston, A House Divided; Tal- 
lulah Bankhead, The Cheat; John 
Breeden, False Madonna. 



— FEBRUARY — 

Greta Garbo. Mata Hari; Ra- 
mon Novarro, Mata Hari; Edna 
May Oliver, Ladies of the Jury; 
Norma Shearer, Private Lives: 
Sylvia Sidney, Ladies of the Big 
House; Ina Claire, The Greeks 
Had a Word for Them; Marie 
Dressier, Emma; Fredric March, 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; Jackie 
Cooper, Sooky, Douglas Fair- 
banks, Jr., Union Depot; Pat 
O'Brien, Juvenile Court. 



CONTINUED ON PAGE 45 



— MARCH — 

Lionel Barrymore, The Man I 
Killed and Arsene Lupin; John 
Barrymore, Arsene Lupin; Jimmie 
Dunn, fiance Team; Sally Eilers, 
Dance Team, Edward G. Robin- 
son, The Hatchet Man; Madge 
Evans, Lovers Courageous; George 
Arliss, The Man Who Played 
God; Paul Lukas. Tomorrow and 
Tomorrow. 



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JOHN M. STAHL 

"Back Street" "Strictly Dishonorable" 
"Seed" "Only Yesterday" 



PHOTOPLAY'S — ^— — ^— 

BEST PERFORMANCES 

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 43 



— APRIL — 

Maurice Chevalier, One Hour 
With You; Jeanette MacDonald, 
One Hour With You; Genevieve 
Tobin, One Hour With You; Ben 
Lyon, Lady With a Past; Richard 
Dix, Lost Squadron; Buster Kea- 
ton, The Passionate Plumber; 
Irene Purcell, The Passionate 
Plumber; Spencer Tracy, Diso. 
derly Conduct; Richard Barthel- 
mess, Alias the Doctor; Fredric 
March, Strangers in Love. 



— MAY — 

Paul Muni, Scarface; George 
Raft, Scarface; Lionel Barrymore, 
more, Grand Hotel; Greta Garbo, 
Grand Hotel; Joan Crawford. 
Grand Hotel; Jorn Barrymore, 
Grand Hotel; Wallace Beery, 
Grand Hotel; Robert Montgom- 
ery, But the Flesh Is Weak; 
William Haines, Are You Listen- 
ing?; Jack Oakie, Dancers in the 
Dark. 



— JUNE — 

Joan Crawford, Letty Lynton; 
Robert Montgomery, Letty Lyn- 
ton; Nils Asther, Letty Lynton; 
Ricardo Cortez, Symphony of Six 
Million; Roland Young, This Is 
the Night; Charles Ruggles, This 
Is the Night; ZaSu Pitts, Trial 
of Vivienne Ware; Walter Hus- 
ton, Night Court; Ann Dvorak. 
Strange Love of Molly Loi'vain; 
Lee Tracy, Strange Love of Molly 
Louvain. 



— JULY — 

George Arliss, A Successful 
Calamity; Greta Garbo, As You 
Desire Me; Eric von Stroheim. 
As You Desire Me; Melvyn Doug- 
las, As You Desire Me; John 
Barrymore, State's Attorney; Ed- 
mund Lowe, Attorney for the 
Defense; Evelyn Brent, Attorney 
for the Defense; Tallulah Bank- 
head, Thunder Below. 



— AUGUST — 

Lowell Sherman, What Price 
Hollywood? Constance Bennett, 
What Price Hollywood? Jean 
Harlow, Red-Headed Woman; 
Chester Morris, Red-Headed Wo- 
man; Warren William, The Dark 
Horse; Guy Kibbee, The Dark 
Horse; Stuart Erwin, Make Me 
a Star; Chee-Ak, Igloo; Sylvia 
Sidney, Merrilly We Go to Hell; 
Fredric March, Merrilly We Go 
to Hell; Leslie Howard, Reserved 
for Ladies; Lee Tracy, Blessed 
Event; Marian Nixon, Rebecca 
of Sunnybrook Farm; Ricardo 
Cortez, Is My Face Red? 



— SEPTEMBER — 

Norma Shearer, Strange Inter- 
lude; Clark Gable, Strange Inter- 
lude; Walter Huston, American 
Madness; Irene Dunne, Back 
Street; John Boles, Back Street; 
Douglas Fairbanks, Mr. Robinson 
Crusoe; Dorothy Wilson, The 
Age of Consent; Eric Linden, 
Age of Consent; Arline Judge, 
The Age of Consent; Janet Gay- 
nor, The First Year; Charles Far- 
rell, The First Year; Lionel 
Barrymore, The Washington Mas- 
querade; Karen Morley, Washing- 
ton Masquerade; John Gilbert, 
Downstairs; George Bancroft, 
Lady and Gent; Alison Skipworth, 
Madame Racketeer. 



— OCTOBER — 

Eric Linden, Life Begins; Mau- 
rice Chevalier, Love Me Tonight; 
Charles Butterworth, Love Me 
Tonight; Marx Bros., Horse 
Feathers; Lew Ayres, Okay Amer- 
ica; Kay Francis, One Way Pas- 
sage; William Powell, One Way 
Passage; Aline MacMahon, One 
Way Passage; Edward G. Robin- 
son, Tiger Shark; Leslie Banks. 
The Most Dangerous Game; 
Charles Laughton, Devil and the 
Deep. 



— NOVEMBER — 

Norma Shearer, Smilin' 
Through; Fredric March, Smilin' 
Through; Leslie Howard, Smilin' 
Through; Lee Tracy, Washington- 
Merry-o-Round; Ben Lyon, Hat 
Check Girl; Sally Eilers, Hat 
Check Girl; Joan Crawford, 
Rain; Walter Huston, Rain; John 
Barrymore, A Bill of Divorce- 
ment; Katharine Hepburn, A Bill 
of Divorcement; Billie Burke, A 
Bill of Divorcement; George M. 
Cohan. Phantom President; Jim- 
my Durante, Phantom President, 
Richard Dix, Hell's Highway. 



— DECEMBER — 

Herbert Marshall, Trouble in 
Paradise; Miriam Hopkins, Trou- 
ble in Paradise; Kay Francis, 
Trouble in Paradise; Richard Ar- 
len, The All-American; Clark 
Gable; Red Dust; Jean Harlow, 
Red Dust; Warner Baxter, Six 
Hours to Live; George Raft, 
Night After Night; Paul Muni, 
I Am a Fugitive From a Chain 
Gang; Mitzi Green, Little Or- 
phan Annie; Tallulah Bankhead, 
Faithless; Robert Montgomery, 
Faithless; Charles Laughton, Pay- 
ment Deferred. 



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♦ ♦ ♦ 

Originals — Dialogue — Screen Plays 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

HELL DIVERS — "Exhibitors Best Money Picture of 1932" 

ALL AMERICAN 

AIR MAIL 

S.O.S. ICEBERG 

DIRIGIBLE 

SHIPMATES 

SKYWAYS— Ready for Production at Universal 
U-BOAT — Ready for Production at Universal 



Author of many short stories which have appeared or will 
appear in the Saturday Evening Post, Liberty, American, 
Ladies' Home Journal, Adventure and other magazines. 

OR. 9922 




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TEN LEADING HEADLINE EVENTS 

of 

MOTION PICTURES DURING THE YEAR 1932 



1 — Sidney R. Kent leaves Paramount and joins Fox, 



2 — Merlin H. Aylesworth succeeds Hiram S. Brown as 
president of RKO. 



3 — Jesse L. Lasky leaves Paramount and becomes an in- 
dependent producer for Fox. 

4 — Sam Katz leaves Paramount. 

5 — James R. Grainger leaves Fox and is succeeded by John 
D. Clark, formerly of Paramount. 

6 — Publix and Fox decentralization of theaters. 

3 • o 

7 — New industry program, including standard exhibition 
contract along lines of 5-5-5, proposed by MPTOA 
and Allied. 



8 — Joe Brandt retires from Columbia, joins World-Wide 

and later resigns again. 

• 

9 — Two Radio City theaters open, under direction of 

"Roxy," with coincident acquisition by the Rocke- 
feller interests of 100,000 shares of RKO stock and 
100,000 shares of RCA stock. 



10 — Experiment with exclusive runs. 



FOR A COMPLETE NEWS DIGEST OF 1932 SEE PAGE 585 



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"The spirit of a nation depends upon relaxation, amuse- 
ment, entertainment and education. Motion pictures 
provide all these at a modest price, hence our spirit in 

these trying times." 

— Quotation from 

A Friend of the Industry 



This space reserved by one of 
The Motion Picture Industry's good friends 



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NATIONAL BOARD 

OF 

REVIEW 



OUTSTANDING PICTURE 
SELECTIONS FOR 



1932 



THIS year the National Board of Review inaugurates what it will make an annual 
custom, choosing the best feature film of the year produced in America. The 
choice for 1932 is "I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang," which it considers not 
only the best feature film of the year but one of the best ever made in this country. 

The past year, while providing many pictures of excellence from an entertain- 
ment standpoint and an increasingly smooth technique in the mechanics of pro- 
duction, has not been prolific in outstanding films as contributions to the art of the 
cinema, and so our list of the ten best includes some that can be accurately called 
"best" only in comparison with the rest of the year's output, because they are good 
examples of their type. 

The list of the ten best foreign films, outside of some that are outstandingly im- 
portant, is offered on the same comparative basis. 

These selections were all made from films released in America between December 
31st, 1931 and December 20th, 1932. The titles of the pictures are listed alpha- 
betically. 



AMERICAN 



As You Desire Me 
A Bill of Divorcement 
A Farewell to Arms 



I Am a Fugitive From a 
Chain Gang 

Madame Racketeer 

Payment Deferred 



Scarface 
Tarzan 

Trouble in Paradise 
Two Seconds 



FOREIGN 



A Nous la Liberte 
Der Andere 

The Battle of Gallipoli 



Golden Mountains 
Kameradschaft 
Maedchen in Uniform 
Der Raub der Mona Lisa Zwei Menschen 



Reserved for Ladies 
The Road to Life 



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John 
Robertson 

Director 



"Little Orphan Annie" 

(RKO) 



"The Doctor" (RKO) 

(Working Title) 



Josephine 
Lovett 

Writer 
'Tomorrow and Tomorrow' 
"Madame Butterfly" 
"Jennie Gerhardt" 

( Paramount) 



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THE TEN BEST 
PICTURES 
OF 1932 

SURPASSING all previous polls in number of critics who voted, as well as 
breaking several other records, the eleventh "Ten Best" ballot conducted 
by The Film Daily was decisive proof of the growing significance of this annual 
event. 

A total of 368 motion picture critics and editors throughout the country 
participated. 

Pictures listed on the ballot were those released between Nov. 1, 1931, 
and Oct. 31, 1932. Roadshow attractions which had not been placed in general 
release by the latter date were not included. 

In addition to the 10 winners, 47 pictures received 10 or more votes, and 
these productions are given honorable mention. 

IN THE SUCCEEDING PAGES WILL BE FOUND COMPLETE DETAILS ON THE WINNING 
PICTURES. FOLLOWED BY A LIST OF THE "TEN BESTS" OF PREVIOUS YEARS 



★ 



Votes: 
. . 296 
.. 214 
. . 192 



* TEN BEST * 

Picture: Distributor: 

GRAND HOTEL M-G-M 

THE CHAMP M-G-M 

ARROWSMITH United Artists . . . 

THE GUARDSMAN M-G-M 170 

SMILIN' THROUGH M-G-M 168 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE ... Paramount 161 

EMMA M-G-M 154 

BILL OF DIVORCEMENT RKO 141 

BACK STREET Universal 136 

SCARFACE United Artists 135 

★ HONOR ROLL ★ 



Picture Votes 

Shanghai Express 117 

Broken Lullaby 92 

Man Who Played God 75 

Blessed Event 68 

Love Me Tonight 60 

Washington Merry-Go-Round 60 

Trouble in Paradise 56 

Bring 'Em Back Alive 55 

Washington Masquerade 51 

Arsene Lupin 46 

As You Desire Me 45 

Congress Dances 43 

Hell Divers 42 

American Madness 40 

Private Lives 37 

Movie Crazy 36 

One Hour with You 36 

Farewell to Arms 35 

Lite Begins 34 

Phantom President 33 

Mati Hari 33 

Once in a Lifetime 31 

Wet Parade 29 

Frankenstein 28 

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Picture Votes 

Tarzan, the Ape Man 26 

Night of June 13 25 

Doomed Battalion 24 

Union Depot 21 

What Price Hollywood 21 

Horse Feathers 19 

Red Headed Woman 18 

So Big 18 

Big Broadcast 17 

Tiger Shark 15 

Dance Team 14 

Blondie of the Follies 13 

Last Mile 13 

One Way Passage 13 

The Mouthpiece 13 

This Is the Night 13 



Lady and Gent. 

Miracle Man 

Tom Brown of Culver. . . 

Bird of Paradise 

Merrily We Go to Hell. 
Cabin in the Cotton. . . . 
Letty Lynton 



FRANK JOYCE-MYRON SELZNICK-LTD, 

AGENCY 

Personal Management 

EQUITABLE BUILDING OF HOLLYWOOD 
HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA 
Hillside 5131 



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* Critics Who Voted For The » 

TEN BEST PICTURES of 1932 

A list of the 368 critics of newspapers, trade papers, 
magazines and syndicates who selected the Ten Best 
Pictures of 1932 

TRADE PAPERS, MAGAZINES AND SYNDICATES 



ASSOCIATED PUBLICATIONS— Jesse Shlyen. 
BILLBOARD— Paul Denis. 
BOSTON NEWS BUREAU— Lester Smith. 
CANADIAN MOVING PICTURE DIGEST— 

Ray Lewis. 
CINEMA— L. F. Guimond. 
EXTRA— Sam Black. 

FILM DAILY— Jack Alicoate, Don M. Merse- 
reau, Arthur W. Eddy, Don Carle Gillette, 
Jack Harrower, Don Hancock, Herbert S. 
Berg. 

FILM CURB— Thomas Hamlin. 
FILM MERCURY— Tamar Lane. 
FILM TRADE TOPICS— Warren Stokes. 
FOX, FRED EDITORIAL ENTERPRISES— Fred. 
W. Fox. 

HARRISON S REPORTS— P. S. Harrison. 
HOLLYWOOD MAGAZINE— Jack Grant. 
INTERNATIONAL PROJECTIONIST— James J. 
Finn. 

JAPANESE MOVIE MAGAZINE — Yukio 

Aoyama. 
LIBERTY— Robert Wagner. 
METRONOME— Richard B. Gilbert. 



MICHIGAN FILM REVIEW— Frank Smith. 
MODERN SCREEN— Ernest V. Heyn. 
MOTION PICTURE AND MOVIE CLASSIC— 

Laurence Reid. 
MOTION PICTURE HERALD— Terry Ramsaye. 
MOTION PICTURE RECORD— Gordon Ring. 
MOVIE AGE. 

NEW ENGLAND FILM NEWS— G. Lester 
Southwell. 

NEW YORK NEWS BUREAU ASSOCIATION— 
Louis A. Fink. 

NEW YORK STATE EXHIBITOR, THE EX- 
HIBITOR, NATIONAL EXHIBITOR— Herbert 
M. Miller. 

NEW YORKER— John Chapin Mosher. 

OHIO SHOWMAN— Elsie Loeb. 

PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE— W. T. Walsh. 

PICTURE PLAY MAGAZINE— Norbert Lusk. 

REEL JOURNAL— Al Steen. 

SCREEN BOOK— Roscoe Fawcett. 

SCREEN BOOK Mi-iam E. Gibson. 

SCREENLAND MAGAZINE— Delight Evans. 

WEEKLY FILM REVIEW— Love B. Harrell. 

WOMAN REPUBLICAN— Hilda J. Couch. 



NEWSPAPERS 



ALABAMA 

ANNISTON 

Star— S. J. Hall, Jr. 
BIRMINGHAM 

News-Age-Herald — Pettersen Marzoni. 

Post— Ray E. Glenn. 
DOTHAN 

Eagle— Harry P. Hall. 
HUNTSVILLE 

Daily Register — Roy O'Neal. 
MOBILE 

Register — Merlin N. Hanson. 



MONTGOMERY 

Advertiser — George L. Davis. 

ARKANSAS 

CAMDEN 

News — Alfred W. Rose. 

HOT SPRINGS 

New Era — Leo D. Martin. 

PINE BLUFF 

Daily Graphic — Edgar B. Chesnutt. 



Sam Katz 



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CALIFORNIA 

BAKERSFIELD 

Californian — Ross C. Miller. 
EUREKA 

Humboldt Standard — Don O'Kane. 
INGLEWOOD 

Daily News — J. L. Rosenberg. 
LOS ANGELES 

Citizen-News — Elizabeth Yeaman. 

Herald-Express — Jimmy Starr. 

Record — Relman Morin. 

Times — Edwin Schallert. 
OAKLAND 

Tribune — Wood Soanes. 
PASADENA 

Star-News — Alice Haines Baskin. 
SACRAMENTO 

Bee— Roy V. Bailey. 

Union— I. H. Sefton (Sef). 
SAN DIEGO 

Sun— Willis Werner. 

Tribune — Don H. Short 

Union — Myron Lustig. 
SAN FRANCISCO 

Chronicle — George C. Warren. 

Examiner — L. S. Thompson. 

News— Claude A. LaBelle. 
SAN JOSE 

Mercury-Herald — Josephine Hughston. 

News — Jim Chesnutt. 
SANTA BARBARA 

Daily News— Letti Paulding. 
SANTA CRUZ 

Sentinel — Frederick McPherson, Jr. 

COLORADO 

DENVER 

Post— Fred W. Speers. 

Rocky Mountain News — Loudon Kelly. 
GREELEY 

Daily Tribune— F. E. Merrill. 

CONNECTICUT 

BRIDGEPORT 

Post and Telegram — Benjamin D. Kornfield. 

Times-Star — Edward Maum. 
HARTFORD 

Times — Ea.l C. Branniff. 
TORRINGTON 

Evening Register — John H. Thompson. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

Daily News — Eleanore Wilson. 
Evening Star — E. de S. Melcher. 
Post— Nelson B. Bell. 
Times — Andrew R. Kelley. 

FLORIDA 

FORT LAUDERDALE 

Daily News — August Burghard. 
JACKSONVILLE 

Florida Times-Union — Jean Henderson. 

Florid ian — H. W. Schaefer. 
MIAMI 

Daily News — Ben Prout. 



ST. PETERSBURG 

Independent — A. R. Dunlap 

Times — T. C. Harris. 
TAMPA 

Morning Tribune — E. D. Lambright. 
WEST PALM BEACH 

Times — Vernon L. Smith. 



GEORGIA 

ATLANTA 

Constitution — Ralph T. Jones. 
Georgian-American — William A. Gober. 
Journal — Frank Daniel. 
THOMASVILLE 

Times Enterprise — Emily Jerger. 

ILLINOIS 

BELLEVILLE 

News-Democrat — Elsie A. Kern. 
CHICAGO 

Daily News— Clark Rodenbach. 

Tribune — Mae Tinee. 
EAST ST. LOUIS 

Journal — A. L. Bowling. 
FREEPORT 

Journal-Standard — Grace Leone Barnett. 
MOLINE 

Dispatch — Clarence L. Lucas. 
PEORIA 

Evening Star — J. K. Quinn. 
ROCKFORD 

Register-Republic — R. C. Trank. 
WAUKEGAN 

News-Sun — E. J. Macklin. 



INDIANA 

ANDERSON 

Herald — Charles Timothy Jewett. 
ELKHART 

Truth— Dan Albrecht. 
EVANSVILLE 

Courier and Journal — Frederick J. Topping. 
FORT WAYNE 

News-Sentinel — Elwin E. McCray. 
GOSHEN 

Daily Democrat — H. D. Mellinger. 
INDIANAPOLIS 

News — Miriam Bell. 

Star — Corbin Patrick. 

Times — Walter D. Hickman. 
KOKOMO 

Tribune-Dispatch — M. C. Tull. 
LAFAYETTE 

Journal and Courier — Mary Margaret Bowen. 
LOGANSPORT 

Pharos-Tribune — Allen Sauers. 
MARION 

Chronicle— W. W. Durbin. 
NEW ALBANY 

Tribune — Nancy Ann Montgomery. 
NEW CASTLE 

Courier-Times — Helen Taylor. 



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RALPH SPENCE 

For 1932 
WARRIOR'S HUSBAND* 

(Jesse L. Lasky — Fox) 

JOE PALOOKA* 

(Edward Small— United Artists) 

SAILOR BE GOOD* 

(J. I. Schnitzer— RKO) 

SPEAK EASILY* 
PASSIONATE PLUMBER* 
FAST LIFE* 

(M-G-M) 

CROOKED CIRCLE 

(World Wide) 



In Collaboration 



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SOUTH BEND 

Tribune— W. W. Dunkle. 
TERRE HAUTE 

Star— Mabel McKee. 
VINCENNES 

Post — A. A. Arnold. 

IOWA 

DAVENPORT 

Democrat — John E. O'Donnell. 

Times— Rex J. Ballard. 
DES MOINES 

Register-Tribune — Robert Moorefield. 
DUBUQUE 

Catholic Daily Tribune — Miss L. Meuer. 
FORT DODGE 

Messenger b Chronicle— W. L. Hamilton, Jr. 
FORT MADISON 

Democrat— S. W. Mitchell. 
OTTUMWA 

Daily Courier — Albert M. Efner. 
WATERLOO 

Courier — L. E. Wood. 

KANSAS 

DODGE CITY 

Daily Globe— Jay B. Baugh. 
EMPORIA 

Daily Gazette— Frank C. Clough. 
HUTCHINSON 

Herald — E. Lawson May. 
LAWRENCE 

Journal-World— Roland De Watteville. 
TOPEKA 

Daily Capital— E. D. Keilman (Ki). 
State Journal — Ted Wear. 
WICHITA 

Eagle — Virginia Reed. 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISVILLE 

Courier-Journal — Boyd Martin. 
Times — Dan Thompson. 
MIDDLESBORO 

Daily News — John H. McGiboney 

LOUISIANA 

ALEXANDRIA 

Town Talk — Hunter Jarreau. 
SHREVEPORT 

Journal — Dolph G. Frantz. 
NEW ORLEANS 

States— J. Adolph Meise. 

Times-Picayune — Charles P. Jones. 

MAINE 

PORTLAND 

Evening Express — Kenneth W. Berry. 
Evening News — Harold L. Cail. 

MARYLAND 

ANNAPOLIS 

Evening Capitol — E. M. Jackson, Jr. 



BALTIMORE 

Evening Sun — Donald Kirkley. 

News — Norman Clark. 

Post — George Browning. 

Sunday American — Carroll Dulaney. 

Sunday Sun — J. M. (Jacques) Shellman. 
CUMBERLAND 

Times— J. William Hunt. 
HAGERSTOWN 

Daily Mail— J. Richard Rauth. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

ATTLEBORO 

Daily Sun — C. S. Sherman. 
BOSTON 

Daily Record — Gordon Hillman. 

Evening American — Harleigh Schultz. 

Globe — Marjory Adams. 

Herald — Elinor L. Hughes. 

Post— Prunella Hall. 

Sunday Advertiser — Leo Gaffney. 

Transcript — E. F. Melvin. 
CHELSEA 

Evening Record — F. W. Leary. 
LAWRENCE 

Eagle-Tribune — Timothy F. O'Hearn. 
LYNN 

Daily Evening Item — Harold Day Valpey. 
MEDFORD 

Daily Mercury — Edward A. Cronin. 
NORTH ATTLEBORO 

Evening Chronicle — Charles F. Martin. 
QUINCY 

Evening News — Homer S. Jenks. 
SALEM 

Evening News — Peter G. Ingoldsby. 
SOUTHBRIDGE 

News — Joe M. Clark. 
SPRINGFIELD 

Republican and Sunday Union-Republican — 
Louise Mace. 

Union— A. L. S. Wood. 
TAUNTON 

Daily Gazette— William H. Reed. 
WORCESTER 

Evening Gazette — Clarence L. Moody. 

Evening Post — Ernest W. Brockway. 

MICHIGAN 

ADRIAN 

Daily Telegram — Madge A. Millikin. 
BATTLE CREEK 

Moon-Journal — Walter L. Browne. 
BAY CITY 

Daily Times — Brig Young. 
BENTON HARBOR. 

News Palladium — E. F. Pangbom. 
DETROIT 

Free Press — Mrs. Ella H. McCormick. 

News — Harold Heffernan. 
ESCANABA 

Daily Press — Victor H. Powers. 
FLINT 

Journal — Ralph N. Byers. 



"BLESSED EVENT" 




HOWARD J. GREEN 

SCREEN PLAYWRIGHT 




"I AM A FUGITIVE" 

(In Collaboration) 



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GRAND RAPIDS 

Herald— Russell C. Landstrom. 
KALAMAZOO 

Gazette — James W. Foard. 
LANSING 

State Journal — H. R. Palmer. 
MARQUETTE 

Daily Mining Journal — Charles J. Neugebauer. 

MINNESOTA 

AUSTIN 

Herald. 
DULUTH 

News Tribune — Prevost Coulter. 
FERGUS FALLS 

Journal — Margaretta Wright. 
MINNEAPOLIS 

Journal — Merle Potter. 

Star — James M. Sutherland. 

Tribune — Marion Mason. 
ST. PAUL 

Dispatch-Pioneer Press — Kathryn Gorman. 

MISSISSIPPI 

BILOXI-GULFPORT 

Daily Herald — Cosman Eisendrath. 
GREENVILLE 

Daily Democrat-Times — Ernest Smith. 
JACKSON 

Daily Clarion-Ledger — Purser Hewitt. 

Daily News — Earl C. Magee. 

MISSOURI 

CHILLICOTHE 

Constitution-Tribune — V. A. Page. 
KANSAS CITY 

Journal-Post — Lowell Lawrance. 
ST. LOUIS 

Globe-Democrat — Herbert L. Monk. 

Post-Dispatch — H. H. Niemeyer. 
SPRINGFIELD 

Press — Nancy Nance. 

MONTANA 

HELENA 

Montana Record-Herald. 

NEBRASKA 

LINCOLN 

Nebraska State Journal— Barney Oldfield. 
OMAHA 

Bee-News — J. Rachman. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

MANCHESTER 

Morning Union and Evening Leader — James 
F. O'Neil. 

NEW JERSEY 

ATLANTIC CITY 

Press-Union — Howard P. Dimon. 
BURLINGTON 

Daily Enterprise — Robert "Mert" Jobes. 
CAMDEN 

Courier-Post — Ida Hermann. 



HACKENSACK 

Bergen Evening Record — Kenneth L. Dema- 
rest. 
JERSEY CITY 

Jersey Journal — Arthur D. Mackie. 
MORRISTOWN 

Daily Record — Norman B. Tomlinson. 
NEW BRUNSWICK 

Daily Home News and Sunday Times — Will 
Baltin. 
NEWARK 

Sunday Call— Robert C. Ring. 
PASSAIC 

Daily News— Harold W. Gras. 

Sunday Eagle — Betty Lee. 
PATERSON 

Evening News — Jules C. Levine. 
TRENTON 

Sunday Times-Advertiser — A. B. Thompson. 

NEW YORK 

ALBANY 

Knickerbocker Press and Evening News — 
William H. Haskell. 
AUBURN 

Citizen-Advertiser — Victor J. Callanan. 
BRONX 

Home News — Chris Graham. 
BROOKLYN 

Citizen — Edgar Price. 

Home Talk — Vincent L. Puglisi, Jr. 

Times Union — Charles E. Hastings. 
BUFFALO 

Courier-Express — W. E. J. Martin. 
ELMIRA 

Star-Gazette — George E. McCann. 
ITHACA 

Journal-News — William J. Waters. 
JAMAICA 

Long Island Daily Press — Chester E. Durgin. 

Queens Evening News — Gerald Doyle. 
JAMESTOWN 

Morning Post — Waite Forsyth. 
LONG ISLAND CITY 

Daily Star— Albert E. Parks. 
LYNBROOK 

Nassau Daily Star — Howard Freeman. 
NEW YORK CITY 

American — Regina Crewe. 

Enquirer — Marcus Griffin. 

Evening Journal — Rose Pelswick. 

Herald Tribune— Richard Watts, Jr. 

Journal of Commerce — Julius Cohen. 

Morning Telegraph — Al Sherman. 
OSWEGO 

Palladium-Times — John M. Hurley. 
ROCHESTER 

Democrat and Chronicle — George L. David. 

Journal — Ralph Williams. 

Times-Union — Arthur D. Goodman. 
SCHENECTADY 

Gazette. 

Union-Star — Everett L. Finch. 



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MacFADDEN 

Director 

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SYRACUSE 

Herald— Chester B. Bahn. 

Journal — Franklin H. Chase. 

Post-Standard— Helen Tait Walker. 
UTICA 

Daily Press — Vincent S. Jones. 
WATERTOWN 

Daily Times — Robert G. Sewell. 

NORTH CAROLINA 

CHARLOTTE 

Observer — Mary Brooks Parham. 
GOLDSBORO 

News-Argus — P. M. Patrick. 
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Daily Advance — Nellie Boyce. 
HIGH POINT 

Enterprise — John Mebane. 
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Telegram — T. E. Wagg, Jr. 

OHIO 

AKRON 

Beacon Journal — Ed E. Gloss. 

Times-Press — Charles E. Ahrens. 
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Times Gazette — Marceil Houston. 
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Repository — Dennis R. Smith. 
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News-Advertiser — Alvin C. Zurcher. 
CINCINNATI 

Enquirer — Herman J. Bernfeld. 

Post — Frank Aston. 

Times-Star — William G. Stiegler. 
CLEVELAND 

News — Winsor French. 
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Citizen — William S. Cunningham. 

Dispatch — H. E. Cherrington. 
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Evening Herald — Joe Keller. 

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Daily News — Eleanor C. Spencer. 
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TEN BEST PICTURES 

— — — 1 922--1 931 

As selected in the Annual 
FILM DAILY Polls 

(*) During the early stages of THE FILM DAILY polls, certain productions were selected 
twice. Voting system has been altered so that critics now vote from a ballot supplied by 
THE FILM DAILY. This ballot includes pictures actually released during the fiscal years. 

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TEN BEST OF 1922 

ORPHANS OF THE STORM— 31 votes; Dist.: United 

Artists; Stars: Gish Sisters, Monte Blue; Director: 

D. W. Griffith. 
GRANDMA'S BOY— 29 votes; Dist.: Asso. Exhibitors; 

Star: Harold Lloyd; Director: Fred Newmeyer. 
BLOOD AND SAND— 28 votes; Dist.: Paramount, 

Star: Rudolph Valentino; Director: Fred Niblo. 
PRISONER OF ZENDA — 25 votes; Dist.: Metro; All 

Star; Director: Rex Ingram. 
WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER— 22 votes; 

Dist.: Paramount; Star, Marion Davies; Director: 

Robert G. Vignola. 
NANOOK OF THE NORTH— 21 votes; Dist.: Pathe; 

Native cast; Director: R. J. Flaherty. 
SMILIN' THROUGH— 20 votes; Dist.: First National; 

Star: Norma Talmadge; Director: Sidney Franklin. 
TOL'ABLE DAVID— 19 votes; Dist.: First National; 

Star: Richard Barthelmess; Director: Henry King. 
(*) ROBIN HOOD— 17 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 

Star: Douglas Fairbanks; Director: Allan Dwan. 
OLIVER TWIST— 13 votes; Dist.: First National; Star: 

Jackie Coogan; Director: Frank Lloyd. 



TEN BEST OF 1923 

COVERED WAGON— 53 votes; Dist.: Paramount; 

Stars: Ernest Torrence, J. Warren Kerrigan, Lois 

Wilson; Director: James Cruze. 
MERRY-GO-ROUND— 26 votes; Dist.: Universal; Stars: 

Mary Philbin, Norman Kerry; Director: Rupert 

Julian. 

HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME— 25 votes; Dist.: 
Universal; Star: Lon Chaney; Director: Wallace 
Worsley. 

(*) ROBIN HOOD— 25 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 

Star: Douglas Fairbanks; Director: Allan Dwan. 
GREEN GODDESS— 22 votes; Dist.: Goldwyn; Star: 

George Arliss; Director: Sidney Olcott. 
SCARAMOUCH E— 20 votes: Dist.: Metro: No star; 

Director: Rex Ingram. 
SAFETY LAST— 18 votes; Dist.: Pathe; Star: Harold 

Lloyd; Directors: Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor. 
ROSITA— 18 votes; Dist.: United Artists; Star: Mary 

Pickford; Director: Ernst Lubitsch. 
DOWN TO THE SEA IN SHIPS— 17 votes; Dist.: 

Hodkinson; Star: Raymond McKee; Director: Elmer 

Clifton. 

LITTLE OLD NEW YORK— 17 votes; Dist.: Goldwyn- 
Cosmo; Star: Marion Davies; Director: Sidney Ol- 
cott. 



TEN BEST OF 1924 

THIEF OF BAGDAD— 52 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 

Star: Douglas Fairbanks; Director: Raoul Walsh. 
SEA HAWK— 51 votes; Dist.: First National; Stars: 

Milton Sills, Enid Bennett, Wallace Beery; Director: 

Frank Lloyd. 

MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE— 36 votes; Dist.: Paramount; 
Star: Rudolph Valentino; Director: Sidney Olcott. 

BEAU BRUMMEL— 35 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; 
Star: John Barrymore; Director — Harry Beaumont. 

SECRETS— 33 votes; Dist.: First National; Star: Nor- 
ma Talmadge; Director: Frank Borzage. 

MARRIAGE CIRCLE— 32 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; 
Stars: Monte Blue, Florence Vidor; Director: Ernst 
Lubitsch. 

TEN COMMANDMENTS— 30 votes; Dist.: Paramount; 

No star; Director: Cecil B. De Mille. 
GIRL SHY— 30 votes; Dist.: Pathe; Star: Harold 

Lloyd; Directors: Fred Newmeyer, Sam Taylor. 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN— 30 votes; Dist.: First National; 

Stars: George Billings, Louise Fazenda; Director: 

Philip Rosen. 

AMERICA— 23 votes; Dist.: United Artists; Stars: 
Carol Dempster, Lionel Barrymore; Director: D. W. 
Griffith. 

TEN BEST OF 1925 

GOLD RUSH— 63 votes; Dist.: United Artists; Star 

and Director: Charles Chaplin. 
UNHOLY THREE — 60 votes; Dist.: Metro-Goldwyn; 

Star: Lon Chaney; Director: Tod Browning . 
DON Q, SON OF ZORRO— 57 votes; Dist.: United 

Artists; Star: Douglas Fairbanks; Director: Donald 

Crisp. 

MERRY WIDOW— 57 votes; Dist.: Metro-Goldwyn; 
Stars: Mae Murray, John Gilbert; Director: Erich 
von Stroheim. 

LAST LAUGH— 55 votes; Dist.: Universal; Star: Emil 
Jannings; Director: F. W. Murnau. 

THE FRESHMAN — 52 votes; Dist.: Pathe; Star: 
Harold Lloyd; Directors: Fred Newmeyer, Sam Tay- 
lor. 

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA— 38 votes; Dist.: Uni- 
versal; Star: Lon Chaney; Director: Rupert Julian. 

LOST WORLD— 36 votes; Dist.: First National; Stars: 
Bessie Love, Lewis Stone; Director: Harry Hoyt. 

(*) BIG PARADE— 30 votes; Dist.: Metro-Goldwyn; 
Stars: John Gilbert, Renee Adoree; Director: King 
Vidor. 

KISS ME AGAIN — 29 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; 
Stars: Marie Prevost, Monte Blue; Director — Ernst 
Lubitsch. 



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TEN BEST OF 1926 

VARIETY — 169 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Star: Emil 

Jannings; Director: E. A. Dupont. 
(•) BEN HUR— 114 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Stars: 

Ramon Novarro, Francis X. Bushman; Director: 

Fred Niblo. 

(•) BIG PARADE— 108 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Stars: 

John Gilbert, Renee Adoree; Director: King Vidor. 
BLACK PIRATE— 108 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 

Star: Douglas Fairbanks; Director: Albert Parker. 
(•) BEAU GESTE— 100 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Stars: 

Ronald Colman, Noah Beery; Director: Herbert 

Brenon. 

STELLA DALLAS— 95 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 

Star: Belle Bennett; Director: Henry King. 
VOLGA BOATMAN— 94 votes; Dist.: PDC; Star. 

William Boyd; Director: Cecil B. De Mille. 
(•) WHAT PRICE GLORY? — 66 votes; Dist.: Fox; 

Stars: Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe; Dlrectbr: 

Raoul Walsh. 

SEA BEAST — 62 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; Star: 
John Barrymore; Director: Millard Webb. 

LA BOHEME— 49 votes; Dist.: M-G-M ; Stars: Lilian 
Gish, John Gilbert; Director: King Vidor. 



TEN BEST OF 1929 

DISRAELI— 192 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; Star: 
George Arliss; Director: Alfred E. Green. 

BROADWAY MELODY— 163 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; 
No star; Director: Harry Beaumont. 

MADAME X— 161 votes; Dist.: M-G-M: Star: Ruth 
Chatterton; Director: Lionel Barrymore. 

RIO RITA— 158 votes; Dist.: Radio; Star: Bebe Dan- 
iels; Director: Luther Reed. 

GOLD DIGGERS OF BROADWAY— 139 votes: Dist.: 
Warner Bros.; No Star; Director: Roy Del Ruth. 

BULLDOG DRUMMOND— 125 votes; Dist.: united 
Artists; Star: Ronald Colman; Director: F. Richard 
Jones. 

IN OLD ARIZONA— 121 votes; Dist.: Fox; No star; 

Directors: Raoul Walsh, Irving Cummings. 
COCK-EYED WORLD— 113 votes; Dist.: Fox; Stars: 

Victor McLaglen, Edmund Lowe; Director: Raoul 

Walsh. 

LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY— 110 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; 

Star: Norma Shearer; Director: Sidney Franklin. 
HALLELUJAH: 101 votes, Dist.: M-G-M: No Star; 

Director: King Vidor. 



TEN BEST OF 1927 

(•) BEAU GESTE— 235 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Stars: 
Ronald Colman, Noah Beery; Director: Herbert 
Brenon. 

(•) BIG PARADE— 205 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Stars: 
John Gilbert, Renee Adoree; Director: King Vidor. 

(•) WHAT PRICE GLORY? — 179 votes; Dist.: Fox; 
Stars: Victor McLagien, Edmund Lowe; Director: 
Raoul Walsh. 

WAY OF ALL FLESH— 167 votes; Dist.: Paramount; 

Star: Emil Jannings; Director: Victor Fleming. 
(•) BEN HUR— 164 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Stars: 

Ramon Novarro; Francis X. Bushman; Director: 

Fred Nib.o. 

SEVENTH HEAVEN— 162 votes; Dist.: Fox: Stars: 
Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell; Director: Frank 
Borzage. 

CHANG — 146 votes: Dist.: Paramount: No star; 

Directors: Merian Cooper, Ernest Schoedsack. 
UNDERWORLD— 97 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Stars: 

George Bancroft, Give Brook; Director: Josef von 

Sternberg. 

RESURRECTION— 91 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 

Star: Rod La Rocque; Director, Edwin Carewe. 
FLESH AND THE DEVIL— 77 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; 

Star: John Gilbert; Director: Clarence Brown. 



TEN BEST OF 1930 

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT— 271 votes; 
Dist.: Universal; No star; Director: Lewis Mile- 
stone. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN— 167 votes; Dist.: United Art- 
ists; No star; Director: D. W. Griffith. 

HOLIDAY— 166 votes; Dist.: Pathe; Star: Ann Hard- 
ing; Director: Edward H. Griffith. 

JOURNEY'S END— 151 votes; Dist.: Tiffany; Star: 
Colin Clive; Director: James Whale. 

ANNA CHRISTIE— 141 votes; Dist.: M G-M; Star: 
Greta Garbo; Director: Clarence Brown. 

THE BIG HOUSE— 141 votes: Dist.: M-G-M; No 
star; Director: George Hill. 

WITH BYRD AT THE SOUTH POLE— 121 votes; 
Dist.: Paramount; No star or director. 

THE DIVORCEE— 94 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Star: 
Norma Shearer; Director: Robert Z. Leonard. 

HELL'S ANGELS— 91 votes; Dist.: United Artists; No 
star; Director: Howard Hughes. 

OLD ENGLISH— 87 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; Star: 
George Arliss; Director: Alfred E. Green. 



TEN BEST OF 1928 

THE PATRIOT— 210 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Star: 
Emil Jannings; Director: Ernst Lubitsch. 

SORRELL AND SON— 180 votes; Dist.: United Art- 
ists; Stars: H. B. Warner, Alice Joyce; Director: 
Herbert Brenon. 

LAST COMMAND— 135 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Star: 
Emil Jannings; Director; Josef von Sternberg. 

FOUR SONS— 125 votes; Dist.: Fox; No Star; Direc- 
tor: John Ford. 

STREET ANGEL— 124 votes; Dist.: Fox; Stars: Janet 
Gaynor, Charles Farrell; Director: Frank Borzage. 

THE CIRCUS— 122 votes; Dist.; United Artists; Star 
and Director: Charles Chaplin. 

SUNRISE— 119 votes; Dist.: Fox; Stars: George 
O'Brien, Janet Gaynor; Director: F. W. Murnau. 

THE CROWD— 105 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Stars: James 
Murray, Elinor Boardman Director: King Vidor. 

KING OF KINGS— 99 votes; Dist.: Pathe; Stars: H. 
B. Warner, Joseph and Rudolph Schildkraut; Direc- 
tor: Cecil B. De Mille. 

SADIE THOMPSON— 95 votes; Dist.: United Artists; 
Star: Gloria Swanson; Director: Raoul Walsh. 



TEN BEST OF 1931 

CIMARRON— 273 votes; Dist.: RKO Radio; Star: 

Richard Dix; Director: Wesiey Ruggles. 
STREET SCENE— 200 votes; Dist.: United Artists; No 

star; Director: King Vidor. 
SKIPPY— 178 votes; Dist.: Paramount; Star: Jackie 

Cooper; Director: Norman Taurog. 
BAD GIRL— 172 votes; Dist.: Fox; Stars: James Dunn, 

Sally Eilers; Director: Frank Borzage. 
MIN AND BILL— 164 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Stars: 

Marie Dressier, Walace Beery; Director: George 

Hill. 

FRONT PAGE— 162 votes; Dist.: United Artists: No 

star; Director: Lewis Milestone. 
FIVE STAR FINAL— 138 votes; Dist.: Warner Bros.; 

Star: Edward G. Robinson; Director: Mervyn LeRoy. 
CITY LIGHTS— 128 votes; Dist.: United Artists; Star 

and Director: Charles Chaplin. 
A FREE SOUL — 114 votes; Dist.: M-G-M; Star: 

Norma Shearer; Director: Clarence Brown. 
SIN OF MADELON CLAUDET— 99 votes; Dist.: 

M-G-M; No star; Director: Efigar Selwyn. 



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FORECAST 

for 1933 

By INDUSTRY LEADERS 



MONOGRAM 

Forecasts that among the Ten Best Pictures of 
the Year as compiled by Film Daily's Nation Wide 
Critics' Poll, will be 

OLIVER TWIST 

From the Immortal Story by CHARLES DICKENS 

A HERBERT BRENON PRODUCTION 

With the following distinguished cast: 
DICKIE MOORE, IRVING PICHEL, WM. BOYD, Barbara 
Kent, Doris Lloyd, Bobby Nelson, Alec B. Francis, George 
K. Arthur, Sonny Ray, George Nash, Clyde Cook, Lionel 
Belmore, Tempe Pigott, Nelson McDowell, Virginia Sale, 
Harry Holman. 

Directed by WILLIAM COWEN 

MONOGRAM'S 1932 FORECAST EXCEEDED 

• Prediction at the Box-Office. Watch history repeat itself 
uith Monogram in 1933-34. 

MONOGRAM HAS THE RIGHT IDEA! 




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FORECAST 

FOR 1933 — By 

INDUSTRY LEADERS 



n EVIVAL of motion picture prosperity must wait 
on revival in general business and industry, 
according to film leaders contacted by THE FILM 
DAILY YEAR BOOK for their views on the coming 
year. Whether this improvement will take place 
in 1933 is something that most executives do not 
care to predict under present unsettled condi- 
tions. It is felt by many, however, that at least 
some progress in that direction will get under way 
in the New Year. Meanwhile, continued decen- 
tralization and reduction of operating as well as 
production costs are viewed as constructive forces 
on which the industry is building a more prosperous 
future. 



Views of principal motion picture executives re- 
garding the outlook, prospects and requirements 
for the year ahead. 



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THE DITTMAR-R0B1NS0N CORPORATION 

WILLARD DITTMAR ARTHUR ROBINSON 

922 Guaranty Bldg. Hempstead 3032 

Hollywood, California 



CENTRAL AMERICAN EXPEDITION 

Into the country of the ancient Zapotecan and Mayan ruins — into 
the dense tropical jungles where white man has never before set 
foot — home of strange beasts and birds, the savage San Bias tribes, 
the almost unknown Darien Indian's. This is the locale where the 
following films are being produced for 1933-34 release. 



Twelve two-reel subjects in series form of the story "ADVENTURES 
OF THE YOUNG EXPLORER." Interestingly prepared drama for 
this locale, every foot filled with intense action, especially appealing 
to the youth from 10 to 100. 



One feature epic, "EQUATOR" by EARL FELTON. A dramatic 
story, portraying vividly for the first time the unusual in the native 
Indian and wild animal life of the equatorial jungles of Central 

America. 



(Current studio production) 

The "ONCE UPON A TIME" series of "ALICE IN HOLLYWOOD" 

Shorts — a novelty — fantastically treated, in natural color. 

WILLARD DITTMAR PRODUCTIONS 



on 



Depends on General 
Economics 

By ADOLPH ZUKOR 



.^===c^=] RURING the past 

HF""" y ear man y proph- 

jR ets have attempted to 

V » #vB' forecast our economic 

Ijj future. None of these 

|k£ *V^H prophets has been par- 

■BlT^*9P^H 

A ~i^^B w hat Is going to hap- 
Hl jP ^^B| pen the film indus- 

Bl ?3 ^K^M try unless he can fore- 
tell what is in store 
for general industry. 
Paramount was the first of the film com- 
panies to recognize the gravity of the 
general economic situation and it was like- 
wise the first to readjust itself to the new 
conditions. 

If general economic conditions improve 
or stay at the present level, we will take 
care of ourselves. 



Product Comes First 
By NICHOLAS M. SCHENCK 



IT SEEMS to me, in 
— -^^^■1 response to your 
Br? l^^B Query, that there is 

little to be said except 
Wf «K iH what everybody knows. 

Business conditions al- 
L B^B ways improve if the 

B '"^^H gets better. 

BL Speaking for M-G-M, 

|B^L |9 outstanding hits this 
^^^HfeL^^HJ year to date and will 
have many more be- 
fore the season ends. I have no doubt 
that these good pictures coming will do 
good business under any administration. Na- 
turally, if the economic state of the coun- 
try gets straightened out, the industry will 
have less to worry about. But first, of all 
considerations, comes the product. 



Reconstruction Ahead 
By SIDNEY R. KENT 

A GREAT deal of 
what happens in 
the industry in 1933 
will depend upon its 
leaders and the people 
in it. 

There are many bit- 
ter lessons we should 
have learned. If these 
lessons have gone 
home, we will make 
progress. If they have 
not been heeded, then 
we are in for more strife and prolonging 
the day of readjustment of our industry. 

Anyone who has an understanding of 
this business cannot help but be an opti- 
mist from a long-range viewpoint. How- 
ever, the work of reconstruction has bare- 
ly been scratched and there is much yet 
to be done. 

The motion picture industry is not going 
to be destroyed; but, whatever final form 
it takes, it will in my opinion, be a better 
industry than ever before. 




Confidence and Hard Work 
By H. M. WARNER 

TO attempt any 
definite prediction 
of what 1933 holds 
forth for this industry, 
would be the height 
of folly. We all real- 
ize the long hard pull 
that lies ahead of us 
all, and we know what 
it is going to require 
to make the grade. 
Confidence is essen- 
tial. Confidence that 
the unprecedented economic condition of 
the world must eventually turn for the 
better. Better pictures than ever before. 
Pictures that will surpass anything the 
industry has ever made. Economy. Sane 
economy I mean, all down the line. I 
don't mean being pennywise and pound 
foolish. Actors, writers, directors, stage 
crews, office help, salesmen, theater man- 
agers, ushers, in fact everyone employed 
in the industry, from the highest priced 
executive down to the lowest paid of- 





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f ice boy, must co-operate, must do his 
share, to keep expenses down. 

Never has there been a greater need 
for knocking the hands off the clock, for 
the taking off of coats, the rolling up of 
sleeves and getting down to real, hard 
work. 

Unquestionably, next in importance to 
the production of good pictures lies the 
need for real live showmanship on the part 
of theaters. Good pictures will make 
money, even in times of distress. But 
even good pictures can fail to produce 
the revenue they should, if the theaters 
fail to put their utmost effort behind their 
showing. It is up to the theater men to 
get every possible dollar out of a picture. 

Given confidence — quality product, hard 
hitting campaigns, rigid economy and an 
honest day's work by all, and the industry 
can look forward to better things in 1933. 



Price and Cost Adjustment 
By HAROLD B. FRANKLIN 

NINETEEN THIR- 
TY-THREE will in- 
troduce lower admis- 
sion prices throughout 
the industry. An ad- 
mission price adjust- 
ment need not be 
looked upon with fear 
since motion pictures' 
greatest prosperity 
came when prices were 
within the reach of 
the multitude. The 
prosperity era provided an extravagant ma- 
chine in production, and theater operation 
has to be geared to suit the new order of 
things. 

Theater operation must move toward re- 
duction of fixed charges either by voluntary 
action or through more drastic means. Just 
as we are forced to meet the rule of rea- 
son in operating theaters, so will Hollywood 
be forced to meet its production problems. 
Their willingness to recognize present-day 
financial conditions will depend upon 
whether their readjustment will be accom- 
plished by sane methods or drastic meas- 




ures. Permanent recovery will come with 
lower level of prices, costs, salaries, rents 
and overhead. 

Once the complete readjustment is made, 
the motion picture industry will go forward 
on a sounder basis than before. The first 
quarter of 1933 is likely to be subnormal, 
with a seasonal pickup in the spring. The 
second quarter will show improvement and 
definite upswing should come during the 
last half of 1933. 



Gradual Improvement 
By JOSEPH M. SCHENCK 

MOW that uncer- 
' ^ tainties in the na- 
tional political situa- 
tion have been com- 
posed, and the nation 
is preparing to settle 
down to four years of 
the new regime, noth- 
ing, in my opinion, can 
prevent the coming of 
better times in all 
branches of industry 
and particularly in the 
motion picture business. 

Already we hear tiding on all sides of 
increased employment, better crop reports 
and upturnings of business generally, and 
I think there can be no doubt that we 
have long since left the worst of the de- 
pression behind us. 

Mind you, I don't look for any meteoric 
rise in business. Conservatism and cau- 
tion will militate against any sky-rocketing. 
But there is bound to be a marked, if 
gradual, improvement all along the line. 
There has already been evidence of this 
in the motion picture business, and we 
look for steady improvement as the year 
progresses. 

Of course, we in California have not 
been as hard hit as some other sections 
of the country, for the reason that the 
sustained demand for pictures has kept 
production going, and this has helped to 
ameliorate conditions. 

Decentralization of theaters throughout 
the country and of production in Holly- 
wood are having a salutary influence upon 





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PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEMS 

Largest public address system operators on the Pacific Coast, Freeman Lang Enterprises 
offer systems for any type of auditorium or public gathering — "If it's a first class 
place, it has a Freeman Lang System installed." 

SOUND STUDIO LEASES 

Operating the Gordon Street and Beechwood Studios, Freeman Lang Enterprises, with 
its leasing department under the management of J. C. WOOLF, 1420 No. Beechwood 
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including R C A. or independent recording if desired. 



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the business, too. There isn't any doubt 
that, in the case of the theaters, a man 
knows best the conditions in his own ter- 
ritory, and in the case of production no 
studio can turn out pictures like a promi- 
nent make of automobile. 




Optimistic on Future 
By JACK L. WARNER 

THE motion picture 
■ industry reflects 
the general business 
conditions in other 
branches of business 
and commerce, and the 
past few years has 
been no exception to 
this rule. 

We have felt the 
depression as all other 
industries have. This 
depression has had its 
brighter side, however for it has compelled 
the motion picture industry as a whole 
to take steps to correct certain inevitable 
business shortcomings, which were the na- 
tural result of the rapid growth of this 
industry. 

The business conditions of the past two 
years caused better management, the 
elimination of waste and did away with 
unnecessary and costly details which did 
not contribute to the motion picture and 
its success at the box-office. 

Our companies have shown the way in 
these changes. We have concentrated on 
securing the best possible stories, cast 
them with the finest artists available and 
made pictures without waste and lost mo- 
tion. 

We are looking forward to the next 
year with optimism, confident that better 
times are on the way, and certain that 
the public will demand good screen en- 
tertainment, and welcome it. 

We are certain that the type of enter- 
tainment found in Warner Bros, and First 
National features and short subjects will 
hasten the return of prosperity in the 
amusement field. 




New Ideas, New Methods 
By JESSE L. LASKY 



THE successful pro- 
ducer must be dar- 
ing! He must discard 
old formulae. He must 
go far afield for fresh, 
startling ideas, for un- 
conventional produc- 
tion brains, for new 
types of players. 

I made that state- 
ment one year ago. It 
is gratifying to look 
back over 12 months 
and see my opinions endorsed week for 
week in each one of them. 

Those truths still hold for J933. To 
them must be added this one — motion pic- 
tures from now on must be cut from the 
cloth the times provide. Cost must be 
revised downward throughout the entire 
production, distribution, and exhibitor 
scheme without one iota of sacrifice of 
either originality or quality. 

The dollar of today, the public's dollar, 
is spent only when it will buy a dollar and 
a half's worth of goods. 

I sincerely believe that exhibitors and 
the public are to be won over to a new 
respect for Hollywood. The gradual return 
to the tried and true methods of individ- 
ual attention being given individual pic- 
tures will mean much for our industry. 



Great Potentialities 
By DAVID SARNOFF 

INDUSTRY has much 
I ahead of it in 1933 
in the way of scientific 
study, fundamental 
planning, shortened 
hours of labor and 
plant rehabilitation. 
The widespread atten- 
tion being given to 
these and related ques- 
tions is in itself a 
hopeful sign, but it by 
no means assures trade 
revival unless there is the cooperative as- 




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Another Achievement— 

For the first time, independent producers have at 
their disposal, facilities and equipment, including a 
completely staffed departmental organization, in a 
major studio, exclusively devoted to independent 
producers. 

RKO-PATHE STUDIOS 

In Culver City 

THE FACILITIES OFFERED INCLUDE . . . 

1 1 sound stages containing more square feet of 
space than all other independent rental studios 
combined. . . . 

14 sound channels and portable sound trucks . . . 

$250,000 worth of electrical equipment. . . . 

Finest studio drape stock in California. . . . 

Dressing rooms (with showers) for more than 500 
persons. . . . 

7 theatre projection rooms. . . . 

40 acres containing more usable standing sets than 
any other studio. . . . 

RENTAL RATES WITHIN 
THE LIMITATION OF EVERY 
TYPE OF PRODUCTION 

RKO-PATHE STUDIOS 

Republic 0252 

CULVER CITY, CALIF. 

B. B. Kahane, President Frank O'Heron, Vice-President 

Phil L. Ryan, General Manager 



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There's no secret to 

COLUMBIA'S 
5UCCE55 



OF MAKING GOOD 
PICTURE J THAT 
MAKE GOOD AT THE 



UM4 



BOX-O 




"GEMS— IN COLUMBIA'S 
STRING OF PEARLS!" 



— Boston Eve. American 



AMERICAN 
MADNESS 

Frank Capra Production 
"Among 'best of year.' " — Chicago 
American. "Great picture." — Editor- 
ial, Chicago Daily Times. "If you 
miss it you're mad." — New Orleans 
States. 

• 

THE NIGHT 
CLUB LADY 

"Knockout detective mystery." — N. Y. 
Daily Mirror. "The perfect mystery 
thriller."— N. Y. Times. 



WASHINGTON 
MERRY-GO-ROUND 

"Tremendous." — Atlanta Constitution. 
"Another gem in the Columbia string 
of pearls." — Boston Eve. At 



NO MORE 
ORCHIDS 



"Swell-elegant." — Chicago American. 
"One of best pictures ever shown by 
RKO Hillstreet." — Los Angeles Eve. 
Herald. 



THE BITTER TEA 
OF GENERAL YEN 

Frank Capra Production 
Chosen to open Radio City Music Hall 
to pictures. "Bids fair to be one of 
six best films for 1933." — Pittsburgh 
Press. 



CHILD OF 
MANHATTAN 

Plays Radio City Roxy. "A hit. Tears 
and chuckles aplenty." — Los Angeles 
Daily News. 

WHEELER &WOOLSEY 
in 

SO THIS IS AFRICA! 

"Best picture offered by these clowns 
since they hit screen. Fun fast and 
furious throughout." — Hollywood Re- 
porter. "What we have all prayed for. 
You're going to roar and whoop." — 
Silver Screen. "Belly laughs." — Hol- 
lywood Herald. 

BENEATH THE 

SEA (Tentative Title) 

The masterpiece of undersea pictures 
. . . thrilling adventure, romance, 
drama. An outstanding novelty with 
natural exploitation possibilities. 

CIRCUS QUEEN 

MURDERwith ADOLPHE MENJOU 

Powerful drama with angles that sug- 
gest forceful and original catchlines 
and chances for ticket-selling exploita- 



MUSSOLINI 
SPEAKS 



Authentic, exclusive, thrilling, giving 
for the first time the tremendous facts 
of the rise of this modern Napoleon. 
Who is he? What has he done? De- 
scribed and interpreted by Lowell 
Thomas. 



OTHER BIG ONES ON THE WAY INCLUDE: 

BRIEF MOMENT . TAMPICO . RULES FOR WIVES . SOLDIERS OF THE 
STORM . FULL SPEED AHEAD . SHE KNOWS ALL 
WHEN STRANGERS MARRY with JACK HOLT 



98 



sistance of a great many elements in our 
industrial, social and political life. 

Encouragement may be found, however, 
in the fact that at no previous time have 
so many individuals — representative of gov- 
ernment, industry, education, finance and 
other lines of activity — directed their en- 
ergies more diligently toward finding not 
only quickening measures for the immediate 
future, but also toward weighing the basic 
underlying problems that must be solved 
before a remedy of the present situation is 
possible. 

Improvements in sound-on-film recording 
have given to the motion picture industry 
a greatly increased range for sound repro- 
duction, so that the voice from the screen 
will be more lifelike. New sound repro- 
ducing equipment for theaters and more 
compact equipment for home, industrial and 
class room use were introduced. Advances 
in the electronic field open new possibili- 
ties for practical employment of radio 
devices. 

It is apparent as the industry faces a new 
year that its prospects for service are con- 
tinually expanding. The industry must do 
its share in cooperation with other indus- 
tries toward the study and solution of prob- 
lems which remain as barriers to trade ex- 
pansion, re-employment and restored public 
purchasing power. This is an outstanding 
task for 1933. 



Balanced Production 
By DAVID 0. SELZNICK 

THE scheme of bal- 
' anced program pro- 
duction, which I view 
as a possibility in the 
future, may solve many 
of the vital problems 
of the industry as a 
whole and more or less 
guide the filming oper- 
ations of our major 
studios. 

A balanced program 
plan of production, as 
I visualize it in practice, is a practical 
scheme for producing at the studios, as a 




unit, two solid hours of varied and selected 
entertainment. 

It would place the studios in a position 
of closer harmony with the theaters, raise 
the standard of production and eliminate 
much lost and duplicated effort in the sales 
divisions of the industry. 

A balanced program, as conceived and 
executed at the studios under the eyes of 
practical, working showmen, would consist 
of a feature and companion short comedies 
and novelties. 

The merits of the plan, I believe, will 
make themselves obvious to the alert show- 
man. In the first place, a balanced pro- 
gram, produced for and sold to him as a 
unit, would obviate his need for shopping 
furiously, unwisely and competitively — a 
practice which has led to many ruinous the- 
atrical and production wars. 

Secondly, it should stifle the double fea- 
ture evil, a type of business now recognized 
by shrewd showmen as suicidal. The pub- 
lic has proved that it does not want 
cheap and quantity entertainment. The 
balanced program would provide concen- 
trated quality entertainment, intelligently 
selected for a variety of tastes. With this 
scheme well established there would be 
no further need for a theater operator 
to throw in a $5 or $10 feature as an 
added attraction. 

I don't know when this system will come 
into being. It is still in its dream state, 
but a dream that recurs so often it must 
eventually materialize. Frem the produc- 
tion point of view it is easily accomplished 
and would require only an experienced 
program director to put it into work. 

As I see it, a balanced program would 
raise the standard of production through 
spirited competition. Every studio would 
be compelled to maintain a steady level of 
quality since success would depend en- 
tirely upon the maintenance of high stand- 
ards, not merely in features, but in the 
long-neglected short subjects. 




Rebound Under Way 
By E. W. HAMMONS 




M\:; 



ecent trip 
rough the mid- 
dle west has convinced 
me that a forecast that 
would predict anything 
but a steady increase 
in grosses due to more 
acceptable film fare 
would not be stating 
the true facts. Diplo- 
mats and business men 
agree that we are now 
on the rebound, 
after having struck the bottom of the so- 
called depression. There need be no fear 
of any repetition of conditions similar to 
those we have faced during the past 18 
months. Neither will we be steered on a 
wrong track through over-inflation. We face 
a steady rise in business conditions, and the 
motion picture industry will play no small 
part in the advancement. 



Costs Must Come Down 
By AL LICHTMAN 

THE past year has 
' been one which 
taxed the resourceful- 
ness of producers, ex- 
hibitors and distribu- 
tors to the very limit. 
And the coming year 
does not promise any 
great improvement un- 
less economic condi- 
tions of the world can 
be infinitely bettered, 
and bettered quickly. 

During the past year everyone has been 
struggling with diminishing grosses and 
with little reduction in costs. Some few 
theater operators have accomplished a great 
deal in reducing these costs, but the ma- 
jority are still wrestling with their prob- 
lems. And only easier money conditions, 
with the resultant larger attendances, can 
alleviate this condition. 




The high cost of producing fine pictures 
is still a major problem. And the public 
will accept nothing short of the very best. 

Another major problem is the radio, 
which keeps millions away from the thea- 
ters. Big personalities entertain the public 
in their own homes, and this is gratis. Here 
is extremely stiff competition, particularly 
when people are so short of spending 
money. 

Steps should be taken to minimize this 
competition, if only for the reason that 
some of the strongest personalities on the 
radio are recruited from the motion pic- 
ture studios. There should be a compro- 
mise of some sort under which broadcast- 
ing would be done at an hour less competi- 
tive with the theaters. 

The motion picture is still the first 
choice of the public. The problem is 
to give folks entertainment at a price 
they can afford. And this is extremely 
difficult when it is remembered that most 
studios are still expending sums as large 
as in the boom days. 



Solidly Grounded 
By NED E. DEPINET 




IT H, 
1 thin 



HAS taken such a 
ing as the depres- 
sion to reveal most 
emphatically the un- 
shakable standing of 
the motion picture as 
a part of American 
life. By this I do not 
intend to convey that 
our industry has not 
had its trials, but I do 
call attention to the 
manner in which it has 
met them and to the fact that the unabated 
schedule of production is something to 
which no other industry in this, or any other 
country in the world, can point. 

My personal attitude is one of optimism. 
The attitude of every company in the busi- 
ness, great and small, is one of trust and 
faith and their continual activity is con- 
crete evidence of this. I have no feeling 




that things will right themselves over-night, 
but certainly we passed the heaviest part 
of the strain some time ago, and certainly 
the results — in buying and selling figures — 
indicate this. The writing down in values 
brought about by business conditions has 
made for a greater sanity in the conduct 
of our business; the retrenchment to which 
all have been subjected has called forth 
a fine efficiency and cooperation, until to- 
day we are having proven to us what the 
personnel of the picture industry is capable 
of, when subjected to the test. 



Better Films, More Advertising 
By JACK COHN 



T IS customary at 
I 1 th(s time of the year 
to make a number of 
\ resolutions. It is also 
W l I a habit to forget them 

f 4») I a week later. We 
must not follow this 
jA nip'. I procedure during the 
coming year. The 
gjHHwtlir ' moving picture indus- 
V '™ % f&fek frv has within its 
~ grasp the opportunity 
of establishing unity 
the industry. The depression from 



withii 

which we are now emerging has brought 
the various elements which compose the 
moving picture industry nearer to an under- 
standing and a harmonious working arrange- 
ment than ever before. We have the 
opportunity, if we apply ourselves, to iron 
out all the differences within the industry 
and present a united front against opposi- 
tion. 

During the past year we have made 
considerable progress in the reorganization 
of the industry. Decentralization is well 
under way. We have learned to economize 
where economy is needed. In this re- 
spect a word of caution is not out of place. 
We should not permit our zeal for econ- 
omy to warp our judgment. We must not 
economize on our pictures. What we need 
is better pictures and not cheaper pic- 
tures. Neither must we decrease our ad- 
vertising expenditures. With the present 



tendency toward returning the control of 
the theater to the individual exhibitor there 
is the possibility that the exhibitor will 
spend less in exploitation than heretofore. 
This must be guarded against. The better 
the picture, the greater must be the ex- 
ploitation campaign. Good pictures do not 
sell themselves. We will never have the 
phenomenal box-office successes without 
the combination of a great picture and 
adequate exploitation. 

One of our chief aoncerns during the 
coming year must be the establishment of 
good-will toward the industry. In the past 
the moving picture world has been the 
butt of unjust ridicule and belittlement. 
As the amusement of the American peo- 
ple we deserve the cooperation and grati- 
tude of the public. We must cooperate 
to promote this understanding. In this 
way we can halt, and possibly overcome, 
the demands, such as increased censorship, 
which have been such a financial burden 
upon us. Other public service organiza- 
tions have been able by good will cam- 
paigns to alter the relationship between 
themselves and the public they serve. The 
motion picture industry should follow this 
example. It is a problem we should 
tackle at once, one that has been neglected 
too long already. 



Recovery Base Being Laid 
By SAM DEMBOW, Jr. 

WE ALL agree that 
1932 has been 
the most nerve-wrack- 
ing milestone in the 
history of motion pic- 
tures. This has not 
primarily been due to 
any fault of the indus- 
try itself. The eco- 
nomic catastrophe that 
upset the calculations 
of the country's finan- 
ciers and political lead- 
ers wrought havoc also with the plans for 




HOWARD ESTABROOK 



"THE MASQUERADER"— Samuel Goldwyn 

Adaptation and Screen Play 



"BILL OF DIVORCEMENT '— Radio 

Adaptation 

(Also Screen Play and Dialogue in collaboration) 

Listed in 10 Best Pictures of 1932 



"THE CONQUERORS"— Radio 

Original Story 

Listed in Box Office Champions 
for two consecutive months 



♦ ♦ 



In preparation 

"THE HARBOR" — M-G-M 

(Working Title) 

Screen Play and Dialogue 



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the production, release and exhibition of 
motion pictures. 

There is no use in closing our minds to 
a realization that the immediate future is 
far from cheerful. We must not only com- 
bat the industrial depression, but we must 
again instill into the public's consciousness 
the conviction that motion pictures are 
still the cheapest and best form of enter- 
tainment. 

Better pictures are being made — pictures 
that have unquestionable box-office poten- 
tialities — and they will aid materially in 
building up moribund box-office receipts. 

We have made remarkable economies in 
operation. We have transferred the man- 
agement of theaters back to the field where 
it belongs. If business moves forward, as I 
believe it will during the coming year, and 
if we continue these conservative but con- 
structive policies, the picture a year from 
now will be far different and brighter than 
it is today. 



tures. Originals, no matter how screen- 
wise their authors, are of little use if they 
do not offer unusual basic themes. Imitat- 
ing successful pictures that have gone be- 
fore is passe. The public has killed the 
"cycle" habit. Each studio must do its 
own pioneering. 

On the other hand, excellent public re- 
sponse and good results at the box-office 
reward really unique showmanship ideas to- 
day. The public will spend its money in 
return for the new and the unusual when 
it is boldly and honestly presented. The 
studios are seeking these new ideas not 
only within themselves and in the accus- 
tomed sources, but far afield. 

The chief successes of 1932 were pic- 
tures with unique and vital showmanship 
ideas. The public proved it did not want 
shallow optimism, but would support nov- 
elty and honesty. I believe this will be 
increasingly true in 1933 that Hollywood is 
aware of it and will supply it. 



New Challenge to Studios 

By EMANUEL COHEN 

THE new year 1935 
' will present a 
stronger challenge than 
ever to the producing 
departments of the va- 
rious companies to 
gear their brains, imag- 
inations and resources 
to the exacting and 
even fickle tastes of 
the present-day public. J 
These tastes are diffi- 
cult to fathom accu- 
rately. Past precedents means so little to- 
day. This much seems evident. 

Certain stars still draw crowds if given 
the right story. But the ordinary good pic- 
ture of a routine type with an ordinarily 
good cast means little. Best-selling books 
with conventional themes, no matter how 
well written, don't succeed on the screen 
today. Stage plays in familiar moulds may 
have long runs on Broadway for one reason 
or another but they fail to score in pic- 




Bigger Ad Campaigns 
By MAJOR ALBERT WARNER 

OOD pictures and 
willingness to work 
on the part of every- 
one connected with the 
industry, will, I am 
sure, turn 1933 into a 
year of great oppor- 
tunity. 

Good pictures, of 
course, must be the 
dominating aim of pro- 
ducers. Warner Bros, 
have been delivering 
consistently good product. We intend to 
continue to do so, and toward that end have 
already completed or nearly completed 21 
pictures for release in 1933. 

Along with good pictures, must go show- 
manship inspired by smashing campaigns 
helped along by suggestions from the dis- 
tribution department. It isn't enough to 
book a picture into a theater, get the play- 
date and collect the rental. Salesmen and 
branch managers should lend every effort 




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EDMUND 
GOULDING 

DIRECTED 

"GRAND 
HOTEL" 

CHOSEN BY THE CRITICS OF 
AMERICA IN THE FILM DAILY 
POLL AS THE 

BEST PICTURE 
OF 1932 



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to help the exhibitor get the most out of 
each picture. Ideas that have been used 
profitably, campaigns that resulted in smash 
business elsewhere on the same picture, 
should be passed along to all exhibitors. 

This sort of cooperation between exhib- 
itor and producer must in inevitably result 
in better business for all concerned during 
1933. 



Lower Cost Level 
By H. J. YATES 



n ECOVERY in the 
' * film industry will 
come with the upturn 
in other lines, but it 
will have to be from 
lower cost levels. 

Until the motion 
picture industry forces 
on itself the economy 
in production and dis- 
bution which the pe- 
riod demands, and pro- 
vides entertainment at 
can afford to pay, no 
the situation should be 




a cost the public 
real improvement in 
expected. 



Back to Show Business 
By FELIX F. FEIST 

DREMIUMS, lotteries 

' and miracles having 

failed us, we turn now 

to our own business 

and initiative as the 

sources of relief from 

adverse economic con- 
ditions. 
Quality productions, 

energetically exploited, 

still provide the most 

dependable means of 
inducing theater patronage. 

So, for every one of ability and grit, 
there's a rainbow in the sky. 





Reorganization, Cooperation 
By C. C. PETTI JOHN 

THE motion picture 
industry in 1933 
will be exactly what ^ 
courage and enterprise 
and vision will make 
it. The art will take 
care of itself. There 
is no limit to public in- 
terest in the screen. 
The right kind of pic- 
ture will command an 
audience always. There 
is no limit to crea- 
tive ability. It needs only to be encour- 
aged. There is no limit to literature and 
life which artistry can reflect on the 
screen. 

The only limits that exist are the self- 
imposed limitations which fear, fog, or 
uncertainty may place upon the industry. 

There is a limit to the cost of motion 
picture production — a problem which cour- 
age and cooperation must eventually solve. 

There is a limit to the amount of 
standardized entertainment which the pub- 
lic will stand for. Variety of entertain- 
ment films is the clear answer to the 
problem. 

There is a limit to the number of suc- 
cessful activities which any one company 
can perform. Reorganization is the answer. 

There is a limit to what any one man 
can do in the motion picture industry and 
the motion picture art and the need is 
to decentralize, not centralize, such activ- 
ities. 

There is a limit to selfish business in- 
terest as between group and group in the 
motion picture industry, but there is no 
reason why cooperation and patience can- 
not solve that problem. 

But these are man-made problems which 
.men have created and which courage can 
solve. In that lies the hope of the mo- 
tion picture industry for 1933. 



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Decentralized Production 
By B. P. SCHULBERG 

THE growth of in- 
' dependent produc- 
tion for release through 
the major companies 
will continue during 
the immediate future. 

No one man — and 
I know this from my 
experience as head of 
production for Para- 
mount — can hope to 
be responsible for 50 
or 60 productions a 
year and not have to pay the price, through 
loss of perspective from a succession of 
18-hour days. 

The ideal setup would be for a studio, 
such as Paramount, to have eight producers, 
each responsible for the making of from 
six to ten features annually, through con- 
tact and conference with a single studio 
head. 

While we are working toward this end 
in the course of evolution, 1933 will not 
see a sudden adoption of this scheme. 
Yet there will be a decided growth in 
this direction with possibly several studios 
that are not now under this system dele- 
gating part of their program to inde- 
pendent producers. 

Some degree of decentralization of pro- 
duction responsibility is imperative. 



Economic Reforms 
By M. A. LIGHTMAN 

THE most important 
changes in 1933 will 
be the economic re- 
forms. There will be 
many experiments and 
changes in our busi- 
ness during this period. 
Our present economic 
condition will see to 
that. There is ample 
revenue for us to make 
a profit right now, but 
our method of func- 
tioning is too costly. Therefore, the old 
saying that "necessity is the mother of 




invention" was never more applicable. Un- 
fortunately, too often we are prone to wait 
too long before recognizing the importance 
of taking drastic steps to remedy a situa- 
tion. Let us hope that the industry does 
not tarry longer but will get busy at once, 
exercising the courage and daring neces- 
sary to save us from ourselves. 

Before the end of the year, means should 
be worked out to greatly reduce the cost, 
both of production and distribution. The 
expensive system of fixed charges for cir- 
cuit operations should be broken down. 
More theaters should close — some of them 
permanently. A better appreciation of mo- 
tion picture values must be recognized. 
Theaters charging admissions in the lower 
brackets must start catering to the thou- 
sands who have drifted away from us when 
those houses discontinued snowing the type 
of product that was used during the days 
of the "silent" movies and went in for 
"highbrow" entertainment. 

So summing up, I see bright days ahead 
— not through much, if any, increase in 
the gross revenue of our industry but 
rather through more economic and efficient 
operation in all departments. It can be 
done. It must be done. 



Impetus for Independents 
By W. RAY JOHNSTON 

IT IS gratifying to 
■ discover, in check- 
ing up what I said in 
these pages just one 
year ago, that my re- 
marks were not mere- 
ly wild guesses or fig- 
ments of the imagina- 
tion. I predicted then 
that the independent 
producer would have 
cause for elation in 
1932, and, so far as 
my own experience is concerned, the truth 
of that prediction is now history. 

The forthcoming year should mark even 
greater impetus to the strides the inde- 
pendent is making. The decentralization 
of theater circuit operation, for example, 
and the experience of local managers in 
gauging the public taste, will be a con- 




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LARRY DARMOUR 
PRODUCTIONS 

♦ 

PRODUCING FEATURES FOR 

NATIONAL AND INDEPENDENT RELEASE 
♦ 

SIXTH YEAR PRODUCING 

MICKEY (Himself) McGUIRE COMEDIES 

Released by RKO 
♦ 

LARRY DARMOUR PRODUCTIONS 

HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 
1932 RELEASES THROUGH RKO AND PARAMOUNT 



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tributing factor to the encouragement and 
growth of the independent producer. 

Another factor I expect will play an 
important part in showmanship production 
of 1933 is the making of films from the 
classics. I'm not alluding to the profound, 
high-brow literature of the cloistered 
scholar, but those works whose universal 
interest has left an undying appeal in the 
hearts of all men, women and children. 
Regardless of the popularity of screen or- 
iginals, the great important pictures will 
be made from books — stories from the 
pen of genius, whose durability is time- 
less. 



Healthy Readjustment 
By CHARLES R. ROGERS 

THE difficult period 
I through which the 
motion picture indus- 
try has been carefully 
feeling its way is, In 
many respects, an in- 
valuable one, for it 
has produced a healthy 
state of readjustment 
and the ultimate out- 
come will be both 
profitable and artisti- 
cally beneficial. 
From the standpoint of the independent 
producer, we have proved that it is pos- 
sible to curtail production costs without 
curtailing production values or lessening 
entertainment values, and we have estab- 
lished the advantages of a concentrated 
attention to individual pictures by individ- 
uals rather than a mass production by one 
organization. 

The future will undoubtedly witness the 
further development of two present trends. 
First, the purely fictional story will be suc- 
ceeded in popularity by the story which is 
based upon current news events and hap- 
penings of world-wide importance. America 
is growing more "news conscious" every 
day and theatergoers will increase theii 
demand for timeliness in their screen en- 
tertainment. 

Second, we shall see an increasing in- 
terest in story values. The day when 
everything was subordinated to the star 




is past and the theatergoers of tomorrow 
will insist on knowing what the picture is 
about as well as who is in it. The new 
era upon which we have just entered also 
reveals a greater appreciation of genuine 
ability. The new favorites must have more 
than just beauty, as in the case of Helen 
Hayes winning the Academy award for 
the best performance of the year. 

Hastened to a large extent by the in- 
roads which radio has made upon theater 
audiences, television will become a com- 
mercial reality much sooner than most of 
us suspect. It will undoubtedly prove a boon 
to Hollywood, however, for television must 
necessarily be controlled by the motion pic- 
ture industry rather than by the radio 
forces, since it will demand the trained 
minds and entertainment knowledge which 
the film industry now possesses. 



Cooperative Measures 
By DR. ALFRED N. GOLDSMITH 

THE motion picture 
' industry has always 
had the difficult job 
of turning out an en- 
tertaining (and artis- 
tic) product on a mass 
production basis. This 
has been complicated 
by the numerous physi- 
cal and technical ob- 
stacles involved. Ac- 
cordingly one feels 
little inclined to lec- 
ture one's long-suffering and patient 
colleagues, even if the lecture ends up in 
a message of cheer. Particularly does one 
have this hesitation in unusually trying 
times like these. 

Yet we can best weather the storm suc- 
cessfully by certain measures. In the past, 
the industry has been managed on a highly 
individualistic and ultra-competitive basis. 
This encouraged enterprise but it also per- 
mitted lost motion, needless duplication, 
and at times startling waste. The spirit of 
these present times is more favorable to 
cooperation — not of a sentimental sort, 
perhaps, but based on the theory that we 
can collectively solve our problems more 
effectively than individually, and at less 





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COMPLETED: 



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THE INTRUDER" "OFFICER 13" 

THE IRON MASTER" "THE COWBOY COUNSELLOR" 

'A PARISIAN ROMANCE" "THE BOILING POINT" 

THE STOKER" "A MAN'S LAND" 

UNHOLY LOVE" "VANITY FAIR" 
"FILE 113" 



BALANCE 1932-33: 



3 CLASSAY MELODRAMAS 4 ALLIED SPECIALS 

"STATE'S EVIDENCE" "DAVEY JONES' LOCKER' 

"THE PHANTOM SHIP" "RED KISSES" 

0ne UntiHed "THREE CASTLES" 

5 HOOT GIBSON SPECIALS "SLIGHTLY USED" 
"THE DUDE BANDIT" 

"BOOTS OF DESTINY" 1 MONTE BLUE SPECIAL 

Three Untitled Untitled 



WATCH FOR IMPORTANT 
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ANNOUNCEMENT 




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EXCHANGES EVERYWHERE 

M. H. HOFFMAN M. H. HOFFMAN, JR. 

President Vice. Pres. & Genl. Mgr. 



Ill) 



cost. If a door is to be broken down, it 
is better to hit it with a hundred-pound 
log ONCE than to break the log into cord 
wood and try hammering repeatedly on the 
door with each individual fagot. 

For this reason I regard the example set 
by the leading technical and artistic organi- 
zations in this field, namely the Society 
of Motion Picture Engineers and the 
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sci- 
ences, as especially important. These or- 
ganizations have fostered interchange of 
information, and the industry is beginning 
to reap the fruits. If the remainder of the 
producer and exhibitor organizations will 
continue to develop further a similar spirit 
and method of operation, I look forward 
with considerable optimism to a minimum 
of injury to the industry during the depres- 
sion period and a later satisfactory recovery. 
More enlightened self-interest displayed in 
the form of joint action and interchange of 
information will largely ensure renewed 
prosperity when the general turn for the 
better is at hand. 



Normal by Spring 
By CHARLES ROSENZWEIG 

I HAVE covered quite 
* a number of ex- 
change centers in the 
past few weeks, visit- 
ing numerous theaters, 
and I am very happy 
to say that in most 
situations, the theater 
has shown an improve- 
ment in the past 60 
days. 

Most exhibitors re- 
ported a 10 and 15 per 
cent increase in their gross receipts, and 
it appeared to them that the mind of the 
public was in a better buying frame than 
it has been in the past year. By that I do 
not mean that there is any lavish buying, 
but rather a "purchasing" feeling instead 
of the fear of buying that has existed for 
some time. 

It is my personal opinion that we will 
find a favorable improvement in the ad- 
missions after the first of the year, as 




compared to the admissions of last year 
the same period. By this Spring, I expect 
to see the return of normal business in the 
theaters, as every indication points that 
way. 



Taxation Is Chief Danger 
By CHARLES R. METZGER 

THE motion picture 
' industry will rise 
or fall with general 
business during 1933, 
and the industry faces 
the possibility that it 
may be crushed out of 
existence by additional 
tax burdens if it does 
not protect itself vig- 
orously. The Treasury 
Department at Wash- 
ington has stated that 
expected revenue did not materialize from 
the present tax on tickets costing 41 cents 
and over. It is to be expected that attempts 
will be made to include other tickets in 
the tax brackets. From coast to coast, legis- 
latures will be asked by other groups to 
exempt them and impose additional bur- 
dens upon the motion picture industry. This 
is the outstanding danger that the indus- 
try faces in 1933. 

Within the industry, good product will 
be the goal and the only kind that will 
yield any profit for the producers, distribu- 
tors or exhibitors. The working out of in- 
dustry problems between the parties con- 
cerned would be a good thing for the 
industry, but appears unlikely of accom- 
plishment. Many theaters will probably 
have receivers in an attempt to keep them 
open and adjust their operating expenses. 
General business expects 1933 to be a time 
when firm foundations will be built for re- 
covery, and the same conditions will prob- 
ably characterize the motion picture in- 
dustry. We need to forget our giddy past 
and to settle down to present facts and 
readjust all expenses to present revenue 
in every situation. If this is done condi- 
tions during 1933 should be somewhat sim- 
ilar to those of 1932 except that the trend 



should be slowly upward. 



Ill 



EDWARD F.CLINE 



DIRECTOR 



"So This Is Africa!" 



(WHEELER AND WOOLSEY — COLUMBIA) 



"Parole Girl" 



(MAE CLARKE— RALPH BELLAMY— COLUMBIA) 



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Hopeful Indications 
By A. JULIAN BRYLAWSKI 

\A/ITH so much de- 
pression talk go- 
ing the rounds and 
with grosses so way 
off, many exhibitors 
have lost confidence 
in themselves, their 
theaters, the product 
and the future of the 
industry. To those, may 
I point to Washington, 
where the depression 
has not crushed the 
spirit of the exhibitors and public and 
where attendance figures seem to hold their 
own, even in comparison with other years. 
The public is shopping, it is true, but they 
are still going to theaters and the Wash- 
ington amusement world with the same 
product in use throughout the country, 
proudly holds up its head. 

Does this not mean that the attraction 
of the theater is as potent as before and 
that only threadbare conditions are holding 
theater grosses down? And that once pres- 
sure is removed, the theater will instantly 
resume its place under the sun. 

This is the lesson, the real lesson in hope 
and optimism I see in our local conditions. 



Back to Individualism 
By WILLIAM SAAL 

I MADE the state- 
' ment last year that 
this business depended 
upon individuality and 
personality as much as 
it did on its finished 
product, if one did not 
recognize the human 
element this business 
was doomed to be- 
come atrophied. The 
top men of this busi- 
ness have actually 
awakened to this recognition after four 
years of wholesale theater operation, whole- 
sale production and making automatons 




out of film salesmen. The decentraliza- 
tion of group theaters by the large cir- 
cuits is indicative that this business is 
gaining its equilibrium. This will recreate 
personalities and individualism will again 
assert itself, and interest the public with 
virile showmanship. In turn, there will be 
more dollars in the box-office. The other 
things that are gratifying is that again 
you see such great personalities as E. V. 
Richards, A. H. Blank, Max Gordon, J. H. 
Von Herberg and many others attracted 
back to our business. These men are 
back again to give it that great stability 
that comes from the maturity and experi- 
ence of their intellectual minds. Everyone 
can bet that this business in 1933 will re- 
lease itself from the shackles of depression 
that have weighted it down for many past 
months. 



New Film Technique 
By JOHN R. FREULER 

WE HAVE about 
passed the 
"what-not" period in 
the evolution of the 
talking motion picture. 

In 1933 the industry 
will have approached 
a clear definition and 
a determined convic- 
tion that a new corps 
of authors utilizing 
motion picture tech- 
nique — with dialogue 
an expedient rather than a vehicle — will 
give the public popular motion picture en- 
tertainment. Music, sound effects, even 
silence, will find their places and be in- 
telligently injected where their intrinsic 
qualities will have most potent effective- 
ness. Those scenes which have leaned too 
strongly upon dialogue, when plot develop- 
ment should have been pure visualization, 
will now be transmitted into action. 

This will lead to a more utilitarian fu- 
ture for the independent who, simply be- 
cause of certain impedimenta, has adhered 
closest to this technique. The general 
theater situation, which will curtail certain 
majors' activities, the growth and amplifica- 
tion of the "exclusive" or "selective" policy, 





JACK WHITE 

PRODUCTIONS 



"RACKETY RAX" 
One of Fox's Leading Box Office 
Winners of 1932 



In Preparation 

"THE HOT SHOT" 
"CONFIDENTIAL ADVISER" 
The First Two of a Series of 
Jack White Features for 
1933 



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and other inevitable trends, will lead surely 
to the ascendency of the independent in 
193.?. Thus, diverging from former pro- 
cedure, this effect upon the independent 
will, in turn, CAUSE a strengthening of the 
entire structure of the business and lead 
to the solidarity and assured permanency of 
both. 



More Fact in Films 
By HARRY JOE BROWN 

^HE screen has given 
the world the finest 
possible course in dra- 
matic training The av- 
erage theatergoer sees 
two or more pictures 
every week with the 
result that each patron 
becomes an embryo 
writer, actor or di- 
rector. 

With so many pro- 
fessional critics to ca- 
ter to, the producer is now in a position to 
broaden the scope of his endeavors. I 
heartily disagree with those who believe 
that pictures must appeal to the 12-year- 
old mind, for I feel that we are now pro- 
ducing entertainment for a more mature 
audience than at any time in the history 
of the theater. 

The successful producer of 1933 will 
seek storie' which carry their audience 
"behind the scenes" of unusual industries, 
of faraway places, of politics, of current 
events. 

The American citizen of today is more 
eager than ever to broaden his mind and 
the picture which introduces to him the 
world's leading personalities — whether they 
be from stage or radio, music or politics, 
athletics or science — will provide the box- 
office successes of the new year rather 
than the picture which offers only enter- 
tainment of a fictional nature. 





Stability Demonstrated 
By FRED WEHRENBERG 

BY ITS record in 
1932 the motion 
picture business has 
shown itself one of the 
most stable industries 
in the U. S. It is true 
we have suffered, but 
we have withstood the 
depression far better 
than other lines of en- 
deavor. With the in- 
dustry program as 
sponsored by the M.P. 
T.O.A. now assured and the evils of the 
industry to be settled within the industry, 
I am sure that 1933 will show much im- 
provement. 

Nothing will be brought to the exhibitor 
on a silver platter. He will have to work 
harder than ever to sell himself and his 
theater to the public. We are in the busi- 
ness of supplying entertainment; that is a 
necessity, not a luxury. I see no reason 
for marking time and waiting for better 
times. Go after this business of enter- 
tainment, cooperate with your civic organi- 
zations, women's clubs, Better Films Coun- 
cils; be a real factor in your community 
and you will be able to withstand another 
depression. I have every confidence that the 
industry will come out with colors flying 
if we all put our shoulders to the wheel 
and keep a stiff upper lip. 



From New Foundations 
By AMEDEE J. VAN BEUREN 

THE past year has 
been a trying one 
for every phase of the 
motion picture indus- 
try. Box-office receipts 
have been greatly low- 
ered, and since this 
industry must exist on 
these receipts it has 
meant that the pinch 
has been felt all along 
the line. Extra dollars 
have been scarce. This 
has necessitated curtailment of expense. 

All of this has worked a hardship, but 
has been a wonderful blessing insofar as 
correcting harmful tendencies that had 





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crept in during boom years. We have had 
to dig in to reach a solid foundation. Build- 
ing from this new foundation has already 
begun and its beneficial effects are now 
being felt. There will be little expansion 
for the coming year because the lessons 
taught during the past two seasons will 
continue to exert their influence. 

Despite current economic conditions, 
good product has made money. Good prod- 
uct will continue to make money. The fun- 
damental principle of showmanship must 
guide us and help us toward our goal. The 
motion picture industry has taken the lead 
in the climb back to normalcy, but it must 
be on its guard not to let the evils that 
have been stamped out come back with 
the first signs of good times. 



Consolidation Needed 
By P. A. POWERS 

IT is much better to 
' have one good prof- 
itable company than 
six poor ones. The 
same condition con- 
fronts the motion pic- 
ture industry today as 
it did last year only 
in a more aggravated 
form. The industry is 
in the course of 
liquidation or defla- 
tion. Some of the or- 
ganizations may survive, depending en- 
tirely on how soon their competitors sub- 
merge. The only solution to avoid total 
collapse of the majority of the operating 
companies is a complete merger of the 
major companies operating nationally. This 
should be a simple matter to accomplish 
as judging from financial reports of these 
companies any assets which they may have 
are rapidly disappearing. They apparently 
show a weekly loss of an amount equiva- 
lent to their negative production costs. 
They are evidently not getting sufficient 
returns from picture theaters and no doubt 
their theater operation is a serious prob- 
lem. A merger of the major companies 
can eliminate the duplication of produc- 
tion, selling and exhibition expense and 
save a minimum in the domestic business 
alone of $500,000 weekly. This, together 
with savings on foreign business, would 
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Courage of the Studios 
By FRED S. MEYER 

DURING the past 
six months many 
men prominent in our 
industry have attempt- 
ed to forecast our 
economic future. The 
serious condition in 
which we find our- 
selves today clearly in- 
dicates that the next 
year will be a year of 
reconstruction. The 
methods of the past 
are no longer applicable. The figures tell 
the story. As we pause to view the past 
12 months we can't help but admire the 
courage of the producers, who despite un- 
heard of economic conditions continued to 
produce. When there is no demand for 
automobiles, radios and like luxuries, the 
manufacturer shuts down because his busi- 
ness is based on supply and demand. In 
our business, theaters closed. Those that 
remained opened found new low grosses. 
Yet, despite everything our industry kept 
going. No matter what else may be said, 
it appears to us that any industry, no mat- 
ter of what nature, that was able to sur- 
vive the past six months is bound to go 
full steam ahead. Wishing won't do it, 
but the determination and hard work can 
and will. 



Cut Operating Costs 
By GEORGE HIRLIMAN 

THE public are as 
entertainment-mind- 
ed as they ever were. 
It hasn't been lack of 
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PRODUCTION 



THIS section presents 
' comprehensive listings 
on all phases of production, 
both Feature and Short Sub- 
jects. With the whole- 
hearted aid of every studio 
and producing unit here is 
made available informative 
facts on Producers, Direc- 
tors, Players, Writers, Edi- 
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presenting the most author- 
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Wm. ROWLAND-MONTE BRICE 

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WALTER MARK LOUIS NICK 

WINCHELL * HELLINGER * SOBOL * KENNY 

MORTON 

DOWNEY if 



The World's Greatest 
Stylist Columnist — 

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WINCHELL 

Series of 2-Reelers 

Subject No. 1: Paul 
Whiteman and Orchestra, 
Ruth Etting, The Street 
Singer, Art Jarrett, Jack 
Fulton, Irene Taylor and 
The Rythm Roys. 



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Series 

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"Down Memory Lane" 

Series of 2-Reelers 
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Series of Two-Reelers 

Already Completed 

Subject No. 1 : With Lew Rrown, Ray 
Henderson, Jacques Renard and Or- 
chestra. Norman Brokenshire, Eaton 
Boys, Stepinfechit. Subject No. 2: 
Vincent Lopez and Orchestra and 
Dave Dreyer. Subject No. 3: Joe 
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Donald Novis, Jacques Renard, Leo 
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FEATURES RELEASED 

DURING 1932 




f\H THE FOLLOWING PAGES is a list of feature motion pictures released during 1932. Both 
^^American-made and foreign films are included. Complete credits and FILM DAILY review 
dates are given with each picture, along with the distributors' general release date. 



Pictures are all-talking unless otherwise marked in this style: PT — part-talker; S-SE — 
Synchronized sound effects; S — silent. On foreign pictures the language spoken is noted. 



In addition to the data on 1932 releases, other sections of the book are devoted to: a list of 
all pictures released since 1915; original titles of books and plays made into films under titles other 
than the original; features released by companies in 1932; a separate list of foreign-made productions 
of 1932; and a list of serials released since 1920. Other lists detail the 1931 and 1932 work of 
players, directors, authors, adaptors, dialoguers, film editors, cameramen and recording engineers. 



A NOUS LA LIBERTE (French) 
(To Our Liberty) 

Dist.— Capt. Harold Auten 

Running Time — 95 mins. 
(Produced in France) 

Cast — Henri Marchand, Raymond 
Cordy, Rolla France, Paul 
Oliver, Jacques Shelly, Andre 
Micaud, Germaine Aussey, 
Leon Lorin, William Burke, 
Vincent Hyspa 

Director — Rene Clair 

Author — Rene Clair 

Scenarist — Rene Clair 

Dialoguer — Rene Clair 

Editor— Rene Clair 

Cameraman — Georges Perinal 

Recording Engineer — Hermann 
Storr 

Reviewed— 5-22-32 

Released— 4-4-32 

AFRAID TO TALK 

Dist.— Universal 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

Cast — Eric Linden, Sidney Fox, 
Tully Marshall. Louis Cal- 
h«rn, Robert Warwick, Berton 



Churchill, Edward Arnold, 
George Meeker, Mayo Methot, 
Ian MacLaren, Matt McHugh, 
Frank Sheridan, Tom Jackson. 
Gustav von Seyfertitz, Regi- 
nald Barlow, Edward Martin- 
del, Joyce Compton, Lita 
Chevret, Tom Carrigan, Ar- 
thur Housman, George Chand- 
ler, Pat Collins, Dorothy 
Grainger, Charles Giblyn, Lew 
Kelly, King Baggot, James 
Farley, John Ince 
Director — Edward L. Cahn 
Authors — George Sklar, Albert 
Maltz (from "Merry Go 
Round") 
Scenarist — Tom Reed 
Cameraman — Karl Freund 
Released— 11-17-32 



AFTER TOMORROW 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 79 mins. 

Cast — Charles Farrell, Marian 
Nixon, Minna Gombell, Wil- 
liam Collier, Sr., Josephine 
Hull, William Pawley, Greta 
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Grandstedt, Ferdinan Munier, 

Nora Lane 
Director — Frank Borzage 
Authors — John Golden, Hugh S. 

Stange 
Scenarist — Sonya Levien 
Dialoguer — Sonya Levien 
Editor— Margaret Clancy 
Cameraman — James Howe 
Recording Engineer — George 

Leverett 
Reviewed — 3-6-32 
Released— 3-13-32 

AGE OF CONSENT 

Dist.— RKO Radio 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast— Dorothy Wilson, Richard 
Cromwell, Eric Linden, Arline 
Judge, John Halliday, Aileen 
Pringle, Reginald Barlow 
Director — Gregory LaCava 
Author— Martin Flavin (from 

"Crossroads") 
Scenarists — Sarah Y. Mason, 
Francis Cockrell 




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Dialoguers — Sarah Y. Mason. 

Francis Cockrell 
Editor— Jack Kitchin 
Cameraman — Roy Hunt 
Recording Engineer — D. A. Cutler 
Reviewed— 8-25-32 
Released— 7-5-32 

AIR MAIL 

Dist.— Universal 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

Cast— Pat O'Brien, Ralph Bel- 
lamy, Russell Hopton, Slim 
Sumerville, Gloria Stuart, Lil- 
ian Bond, William Daly, Frank 
Albertson, Leslie Fenton, Tom 
Carrigan, Hans Furberg, David 
Landau, Charles de la Montte. 
Lieut. Pat Davis, Lew Kelly, 
Francis Ford, Frank Beal, 
James Donlan, Louise Macin- 
tosh, Katherine Perry, Beth 
Milton, Edmund Burns, Jim 
Thorpe, Enrico Caruso, Jr., 
Billy Thorpe, Alene Carroll 

Director — John Ford 

Authors — Dale Van Every, Lt.- 
Com. Frank Wead 

Scenarists — Dale Van Every, Lt.- 
Com. Frank Wead 

Dialoguer— Lt.-Com. Frank Wead 

Cameraman — Karl Freund 

Released— 11-3-32 

ALIAS MARY SMITH 

Dist. — Mayfair 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast — John Darrow, Gwen Lee, 
Raymond Hatton, Alec B. 
Francis, Jack Grey, Ben Hall, 
Blanche Mehaffey, Henry B. 
Walthall, Myrtle Steadman, 
Edmund Breese, Matthew 
Betz, Harry Strang 
Director— E. Mason Hopper 
Author — Edward T. Lowe 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 
Dialoguer— Edward T. Lowe 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Reviewed— 8-24-32 

ALIAS THE DOCTOR 

Dist. — First National 

Cast— Richard Barthelmess. Ma- 
rian Marsh, Norman Foster, 
Lucile Laverne, Adrienne 
Dore, Oscar Apfel, John St. 
Polis, Wallis Clark, Claire 
Dodd, George Rosener, Regin- 
ald Barlow, Arnold Lucy, Har- 
old Waldridge, Robert Farfan 

Director— Lloyd Bacon 

Author — Houston Branch 

Scenarist— Houston Branch 

Dialoguer— Charles Kenyon 

Editor— William Holmes 

Cameraman — Barney McGill 

Reviewed— 3-6-32 

Released— 3-26-32 

ALL AMERICAN, THE 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast— Richard Arlen, Andy De- 
vine, Gloria Stuart, James 
Gleason. John Darrow, Preston 
Foster, Merna Kennedy, Har- 
old Waldridge, Harvey Clark, 
June Clyde, Huntley Gordon. 
Earl McCarthy, Ethel Clayton. 



Margaret Lindsay. George 
Irving, Florence Roberts, Fred- 
erick Burton, Carlton Ka- 
Dell, James Flavin, Earle Foxe. 
Arthur Hoyt, Fred Howard. 
Franklin Parker, Maurice 
Black, Frank Hagney. Regi- 
nald Barlow, Robert Ellis, 
Miami Alvarez. Rockliffe Fel- 
lowes. Jack LaRue, Manny 
Vezie, Theresa Conover, James 
Mack, Louis Natheaux, Arthur 
Stuart Hull, Clarence H. Wil- 
son, Spec O'Donnell, Walter 
Brennan, Allen Davis, Lex 
Lindsay 

Director— Russell Mack 

Authors — Richard Schayer, Dale 
Van Every 

Scenarists — Frank Wead, Ferdi- 
nand Reyher 

Dialoguer — Frank Wead 

Cameraman — George Robinson 

Released— 10-13-32 

ALMOST MARRIED 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast — Violet Heming, Ralph 
Bellamy, Alexander Kirkland, 
Allan Dinehart, Eva Dennison, 
Grace Hampton, Herbert Bun- 
ston, Maria Alba, Herbert 
Mundin, Mary Gordon 

Director — William Cameron Men- 
zies 

Author — Andrew Soutar (from 

"Devil's Triangle") 
Scenarist— Wallace Smith 
Dialoguer— Wallace Smith 
Cameraman — John Mescall 
Recording Engineer — W. D. Lind- 
say, Jr. 
Reviewed— 7-29-32 
Released— 7-17-32 

ALONE (S-SE) 
Dist.— Amkino 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
(Produced in Russia) 
Cast— Elena Kuzmina, N. So- 

belevsky, S. Gerasimof, Van- 

Luy Sian 
Directors — G. M. Kozintsef, L. 

Z. Trauberg 
Authors— G. M. Kozintsef, L. 2 

Trauberg 
Cameraman — A. N. Moskvin 
Reviewed — 6-5-32 
Released— 5-24-32 

AMATEUR DADDY 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

Cast — Warner Baxter, Marian 
Nixon, Rita LaRoy, Lucille 
Powers, William Pawley, David 
Landau, Clarence Wilson, 
Frankie Darro, Joan Breslaw, 
Gail Komfeld. Joe Hachey, 
Harry Dunkinson, Edwin Stan- 
ley 

Director — John Blystone 
Author — Mildred Cram (From 

"Scotch Valley") 
Scenarists — Doris Malloy, Frank 

Dolan 

Dialoguer — William Conselman 
Cameraman — James Wong Howe 
Reviewed— 4-24-32 
Released— 4-10-32 



1932 RELEASES 



AMAZON HEAD HUNTERS, 
THE 

Dist.— Principal Pictures 
Running Time — 49 mins. 
Reviewed — 11-17-32 

AMERICAN MADNESS 
Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 76 mins. 
Cast — Walter Huston, Constance 
Cummings, Pat O'Brien, Kay 
Johnson, Gavin Gordon, Rob- 
ert Ellis, Edwin Maxwell, Ar- 
thur Hoyt, Edward Martindel, 
Burton Churchhill, Ralph 
Lewis, Pat O'Malley 
Director — Frank Capra 
Author— Robert Riskin 
Scenarist — Robert Riskin 
Dialoguer— Robert Riskin 
Editor — Maurice Wright 
Cameraman — Joseph Walker 
Recording Engineer — E. L. 

Bernds 
Reviewed — 7-1-32 

AMORE E MORTE (Italian) 
(Love and Death) 
Dist. — Aurora Film Corp. 
Running Time — 94 mins. 
(Produced in U. S.) 
Cast — Cav. Rosario Romeo, Car- 
melina Romeo, Antonino Rug- 
geri, Ada Ruggeri, Raffaele 
Bongini, Clara Diana, Angelo 
Gloria, Guglielmo Onofri, G. 
Perez, P. Perez, J. Busacco, 
A. Fratellone, F. Colombo 
Director — Cav, Rosario Romeo 
Author — Cav. Rosario Romeo 
.Scenarist — Cav. Rosario Romeo 
'Dialoguer — Cav. Rosario Romeo 
Cameraman — A. Gandolfi, N. 

Rogalli 
Reviewed — 10-6-32 

ANIMAL KINGDOM, THE 

Dist.— RKO Radio 
Running Time — 85 mins. 
Cast — Ann Harding, Leslie How- 
ard, Myrna Loy, Neil Hamil- 
ton, William Gargan, Henry 
Stephenson, Ilka Chase, Leni 
Stengel, Donald Dillaway. 
Director— Edward H. Griffith 
Author — Philip Barry 
Scenarist — Horace Jackson 

Dialoguer — Horace Jackson 
Editor — Daniel Mandel 
Cameraman — Lucien Andriot 
Recording Engineer — Daniel Cut- 
ler. 

Reviewed— 12-23-32 
Released— 12-23-32 

ANUSH (S) 
(The Armenian) 
Dist — Amkino 
Running Time — 67 minj. 
(Produced in Russia) 
Cast— V. Bestaev, N. Sanov, N. 

Aganbekova 
Director — Ivan N. Perestiani 
Reviewed — 11-11-32 
Released— 11-14-32 



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ARE YOU LISTENING? 

Disf.— M-G-M 
Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast— William Haines, Madge 
Evans, Anita Page, Karen 
Morley, Neil Hamilton, Wal- 
lace Ford, Jean Hersholt, Joan 
Marsh, John Miljan, Murray 
Kinnell, Ethel Griffies 
Director — Harry Beaumont 
Author— J. P. McEvoy 
Scenarist — Dwight Taylor 
Oialoguer — Dwight Taylor 
Editor — Frank Sullivan 
Cameraman — Harold Rosson 
Recording Engineer — Ralph Shu- 
gart 

Reviewed— 4-24-32 
Released— 3-26-32 

AREN'T WE ALL? 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
(Produced in England) 
Cast — Gertrude Lawrence, Hugh 
Wakefield, Owen Nares, Har- 
old Huth. Marie Lohr, Rita 
Page, Renee Gadd, Aubrey 
Mather, Emily Fitzroy 
Director — Harry Lachman 
Author — Frederick Lonsdale 
Scenarist — Basil Mason 
Reviewed — 7-1-32 

ARM OF THE LAW 

Dist. — Monogram 

Cast— Rex Bell, Marceline Day, 
Lina Basquette, Dorothy Re- 
vier, Bryant Washburn. Don- 
ald Keith, Robert Frazier. 

Director — Louis King 

Author— Arthur Hoerl 

Scenarist — Leon Lee 

Dialoguer — Leon Lee 

Cameraman — Jackson Dean 

Reviewed — 7-1 -32 

Released— 5-10-32 

ARROWSMITH 

Dist.— United Artists 

Running Time — 108 mins. 

Cast — Ronald Colman, Helen 
Hayes, Richard Bennett, A. E. 
Anson, Claude King, Russell 
Hopton, Myrna Loy, Bert 
Roach, Charlotte Henry, James 
Marcus, DeWitt Jennings. Beu- 
lah Bondi, John M. Qualin. 
Adela Watson, Sidney Mc- 
Grey, David Landau, Alec B. 
Francis, Florence Britton, 
Lumsden Hare, Clarence 
Brooks. 

Director — John Ford 

Author — Sinclair Lewis 

Scenarist— Sidney Howard 

Dialoguer — Sidney Howard 

Editor— Hugh Bennett 

Cameraman — Ray June 

Recording Engineer — Jack Noyes 

Reviewed— 12-13-31 

Released— 2-27-32 

ARSENE LUPIN 

Dist. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 84 mins. 

Cast — John Barrymore, Lionel 
Barrymore, Karen Morley, 
John Miljan. Tully Marshall, 
Henry Armetta, George Davis, 
John Davidson, James Mack, 
Mary Jane Irving 

Director — Jack Conway 



Authors — Maurice LeBlanc, Fran- 
cis de Croissett 
Scenarist — Carey Wilson 
Dialoguers — Leonore Coffee, 

Bayard Veiller 
Editor— Hugh Wynn 
Cameraman— Oliver T. Marsh 
Recording Engineer — Jack Jor- 
dan 

Reviewed— 2-28-32 
Released— 3-5-32 

AS YOU DESIRE ME 

Dist.— M-G-M 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast — Greta Garbo, Melvyn 
Douglas, Erich von Stroheim, 
Owen Moore, Hedda Hopper, 
Rafael Ottiano, Warburton 
Gamble, Albert Conti, William 
Ricciardi, Roland Varno 
Director — George Fitzmaurice 
Author — Luigi Pirandello 
Scenarist — Gene Markey 
Dialoguer — Gene Markey 
Editor — George Hively 
Cameraman — William Daniels 
Reviewed— 6-5-32 
Released— 5-28-32 

ATTORNEY FOR THE DE- 
FENSE 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 70 mini. 

Cast — Edmund Lowe, Evelyn 
Brent, Constance Cummings, 
Donald Dillaway, Dorothy Pat- 
erson, Bradley Page, Nat Pen- 
dleton, Dwight Frye, Douglas 
Haig, Wallis Clark, Clarence 
Muse 

Director — Irving Cummings 
Author— J. K. McGuinness 
Scenarist — Jo Swerling 
Dialoguer— Jo Swerling 
Editor — Gene Havelick 
Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer — Russell 

Malmgren 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 
Released— 5-21-32 

AVALANCHE 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time— 67 mins. 
(Produced in Switzerland) 
Cast — Leni Riefenstahl, Sepp 
Rish, Ernest Udet, Friedrich 
Keissler, Mathew Wlemana, 
Alfred Beirle, Ernst Peterson, 
Bern Fuhrer, David Zogg 
Director — Dr. Arnold Fanck 
Author — Dr. Arnold Fanck 
Scenarist — Dr. Arnold Fanck 
Dialoguer — Dr. Arnold Fanck 
Cameraman — Hans Schneeberger, 
Richard Augst, Sepp Allgeier 
Reviewed— 3-27-32 
Released— 5-15-32 

BACHELOR MOTHER 
Dist. — Hollywood Pictures 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast — Evalyn Knapp, James Mur- 
ray, Margaret Seddon, Astrid 
Allwyn, Paul Page, Harry Hol- 
man, Virginia Sale, Eddie 
Kane, James Aubrey, J. Paul 
Jones, Henry Hall, Margaret 
Mann, Bess Stafford, Stella 
Adams. 

Director— Charles Hutchinson 
Author — Al Boasberg 

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1932 RELEASES 



Scenarists — Paul Gangelin, 
Luther Reed, John Francis 
Natteford, Jack Townley 
Editor — Lewis Sackin 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — J. S. West- 
moreland 
Reviewed— 12-14-32 

BACHELORS AFFAIRS 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

Cast — Adolphe Menjou, Minna 
Gombell, Allan Dinehart, Her- 
bert Mundin, Joan Marsh, Irene 
Purcell, Arthur Piersoa, Don 
Alvarado, Rita LeRoy 

Director— Alfred Werker 

Author — James Forbes (from 
"Precious") 

Scenarists — Barry Conners, Philip 
Klein 

Dialoguers — Barry Conners, Philip 
Klein 

Editor — Al DeGaetano 
Cameraman — Norbert Brodine 
Recording Engineer — Alfred 

Bruzlin 
Reviewed— 6-25-32 
Released— 6-26-32 

BACHELOR'S FOLLY 

Dist.— World Wide 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Herbert Marshall, Edna 
Best, Gordon Harker, Anne 
Grey, Nigel Bruce, Alfred 
Drayton, Leslie Perrins, Allen 
Aynesworth, Melville Cooper 

Director— T. Hayes Hunter 

Author — Edgar Wallace (from 
"The Calendar") 

Scenarists — Angus McPhall, Rob- 
ert Stevenson 

Editors — Bryan Wallace, Ivan 
Dalrymple 

Cameramen — Bernard J. Kncwlet, 
Alex Bryce 

Recording Engineer— Harold King 

Reviewed— 6-24-32 

Released— 6-12-32 

BACK STREET 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 93 mins. 

Cast — Irene Dunne, John Boles, 
June Clyde, George Meeker, 
ZaSu Pitts, Shirley Grey, 
Doris Lloyd, William Bake- 
well, Arietta Duncan, Maude 
Turner Gordon, Walter Cat- 
lett, James Donlan, Paul 
Weigel, Jane Darwell, Paul 
Fix, Robert McWade, Rose 
Dione, Russell Hopton, James 
Farley, Betty Blythe, Mahlon 
Hamilton, Virginia Pearson, 
Gene Morgan, James Flavin, 
Caryl Lincoln, Beulah Hutton, 
Rosalie Roy, Tom Kerrigan 

Director— John M. Stahl 

Author — Fannie Hurst 

Scenarist — Gladys Lehman 

Cameraman — Karl Freund 

Released— 9-1-32 




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BARBERINA. DIE TAENZERIN 
VON SANSSOUCI (Ger- 
man) 

(Barberina, The King's Dancer! 
Dist.— Capital 
Running Time — 82 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Otto Gebuhr, Lil Dagover, 
Rosa Valetti, Hans Stuewe, 
Hans Junkerman, Hans Brause- 
watter, Margot Walter, Iris 
Arlan, Paul Otto 
Director — Friedrich Zelnik 
Authors — Carlson 0 Behrend 
Scenarist — Carlson & Behrend 
Reviewed— 10-26-32 

BEAST OF THE CITY 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 87 mins. 

Cast— Walter Huston, Jean Har- 
low, Wallace Ford, Jean Hers- 
holt, Dorothy Peterson, Tully 
Marshall, John Miljan, Em- 
mett Corrigan, Warner Rich- 
mond, Sandy Roth, J. Carrol 
Naish 

Director — Charles Brabin 
Author— W. R. Burnett 
Scenarist — John L. Mahin 
Dialoguer— John L. Mahin 
Editor — Anne Bauchens 
Cameraman — Norbert Brodine 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 
Released— 2-13-32 

BEAUTY AND THE BOSS 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 66 mins. 

Cast — Marian Marsh, Warren 
William, Charles Butterworth, 
David Manners, Mary Doran, 
Lilian Bond, Polly Walters, 
Frederick Kerr, Robert Grelg, 
Yola d'Avril, Barbara Leonard 

Director — Roy Del Ruth 

Authors — Ladislaus Fodor, Paul 
Frank (From "Church Mouse") 

Scenarist — Joseph Jackson 

Dialoguer — Joseph Jackson 

Editor — Ralph Dawson 

Cameraman— Barney McGIH 

Reviewed — 4-3-32 

Released— 4-9-32 

BEAUTY PARLOR 

Dist. — Chesterfield 

Running Time— 64 mins. 

Cast — Barbara Kent, Joyce 
Compton, John Harron, Doro- 
thy Revier, Albert Gran, 
Wheeler Oakman, Mischa 
Auer, Betty Mack, Harry C. 
Bradley 

Director — Richard Thorpe 

Author — Marion Orth 

Scenarist — Harry Sauber 

Dialoguer — Harry Sauber 

Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 

Reviewed — 10-4-32 

Released— 7-15-32 

BEHIND STONE WALLS 

Dist.— Mayfair Pictures 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast— Robert Elliott, Eddie Nu- 
gent, Prise i Ma Dean, Ana 
Christy, Robert Ellis, George 
Chesebro 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author — George B. Seitz 
Scenarist — George B. Seiti 
Dialoguer — George B. Seitz 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer— Earl Crain 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 
Released— 3-15-32 



BEHIND THE MASK 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Jack Holt, Constance 
Cummings, Boris Karloff, 
Claude King, Bertha Mann, 
Edward Van Sloan, Wlllard 
Robertson 

Director — John Francis Dillon 

Author — Jo Swerling 

Scenarists — Jo Swerling, Dorothy 
Howell 

Dialoguer — Jo Swerling 

Editor — Otis Garrett 

Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlatt 

Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 
inger 

Reviewe<l — 5-1-32 

Released— 2-25-32 
BETWEEN FIGHTING MEN 

Dist.— World-Wide 

Running Time — 62 mins. 

Cast— Ken Maynard, Ruth Hall. 
Josephine Dunn. Wallace Mac- 
Donald, Albert J. Smith, Wal- 
ter Law, James Bradbury, Jr., 
John Pratt 

Director — Forrest Sheldon 

Authors — Betty Burbridge, For- 
rest Sheldon 

Scenarists — Betty Burbridge, For- 
rest Sheldon 

Released— 10-16-32 
BEYOND THE ROCKIES 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Tom Keene, Rochelle 
Hudson, Marie Wells, Ernie 
Adams, Julian Rivero, Hank 
Bell, Tom London, William 
Welsh, Ted Adams 

Director— Fred Allen 

Author— John P. McCarthy 

Scenarist — Oliver Drake 

Dialoguer — Bennett Cohen 

Editor — William Clemens 

Cameraman — Ted McCord 

Recording Engineer — R. E. Tyler 

Reviewed — 9-16-32 

Released— 7-8-32 
BIG BROADCAST, THE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Stuart Erwin, Bing Crosby, 
Leila Hyams, Sharon Lynne, 
George Barbier, Ralph Rob- 
ertson, Alex Melish, Anna 
Chandler, Spec O'Donnell, 
Tom Carrigan, Dewey Robin- 
son, Burns & Allen, Kate 
Smith, Mills Brothers, Bos- 
well Sisters, Arthur Tracy, 
Vincent Lopez and orchestra. 
Cab Calloway and orchestra, 
Donald Novis 

Director — Frank Tuttle 

Author— William Ford Manley 
(from "Wild Waves") 

Scenarist — George Marion, Jr. 

Cameraman — George Folsey 

Reviewed— 10-15-32 
BIG CITY BLUES 

Dist.— Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast— Joan Blondell. Eric Lin- 
den, Inez Cour'ney, Evalyn 
Knapp, Guy Kibbee. Lyle Tal- 
bot, Gloria Shea, Walter Cat- 
lett, Jobyna Howland, Hum- 
phrey Bogart, Josephine Dunn, 
Grant Mitchell, Thomas Jack- 
son, Ned Sparks, Sheila 
Terry, Tom Dugan, Betty Gil- 
lette, Edward McWade 

Director — Mervyn LeRoy 

Author — Ward Morehouse (from 



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"New York- Town") 

Scenarists — Ward Morehouse, 
Lillie Hayward 

Dialoguers — Ward Morehouse, 
Lillie Hayward 

Editor — Ray Curtis 

Cameraman — James Van Trees 

Reviewed— 9-10-32 

Released— 9-10-32 
BIG SHOT, THE 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast — Eddie Quillan, Maureen 
O'Sullivan, Mary Nolan, Rosco 
Ates, Belle Bennett, Arthur 
Stone, Louis John Battels, 
Otis Harlan, Billy Eugene, 
Edward McWade, Harvey 
Clarke, A. S. Byron, Charles 
Thurston, Hilliard Carr, Frank 
Darien 

Director — Ralph Murphy 
Authors — George Dromgold, Hal 
Conklin 

Scenarists — Joseph Fields, Earl 
Baldwin 

Dialoguers — Joseph Fields, Earl 

Baldwin 
Editor— Charles Craft 
Cameraman — Arthur Miller 
Reviewed — 1-10-32 
BIG STAMPEDE, THE 
Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — John Wayne, Noah Beery. 

Mae Madison, Luis Alberni. 

Berton Churchhill, Paul Hurst, 

Sherwood Bailey 
Director — Tenny Wright 
Author — Marion Jackson 
Scenarist — Kurt Kempler 
Dialoguer — Kurt Kempler 
Editor— Frank Ware 
Cameraman — Ted McCord 
Reviewed — 11-11-32 
Released— 10-8-32 
BIG TIMER 
Dist. — Columbia 

Cast — Ben Lyon, Constance Cum- 
mings, Thelma Todd, Charles 
Delaney, Tommy Dugan, 
Charles Grapewin, Russell Hop- 
ton, Jack Miller, Robert E. 
O'Connor, Bert Starkey. 

Director — Eddie Buzzell 

Author — Robert Riskin 

Scenarists — Robert Riskin, Dor- 
othy Howell 

Dialoguer — Robert Riskin 

Cameraman — L. William O'Con- 
nell 

Reviewed — 7-11-32 

Released— 3-10-32 
BIG TOWN 

Dist. — Invincible 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Lester Vail, Frances Dade, 
John Miltern, Geoffrey Bry 
ant, Edith Broder, Diane Bori, 
Alan Brooks, Bernard Randall, 
Thomas Hoier, A. J. Herbert, 
Shannon Day, Hershell Mayall, 
James LaCurto, Walter Arnim, 
Glorian Gray, Ed Bower 

Director — Arthur Hoerl 

Author — Arthur Hoerl 

Dialoguer — Arthur Hoerl 

Editor — Bernard Rogan 

Cameramen — Nicholas Roggell, 
Don Malkames 

Reviewed— 12-22-32 



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BILL OF DIVORCEMENT, A 

Oist. — RKO 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — John Barrymore, Billie 
Burke, Katherine Hepburn, 
David Manners, Bramwell 
Fletcher, Henry Stephenson. 
Paul Cavanaugh, Elizabeth 
Patterson, Gayle Evers 

Director — George Cukor 

Author — Clemence Dane 

Scenarists — Howard Estabrook, 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble 

Dialoguers — Howard Estabrook, 
Harry Wagstaff Gribble 

Cameraman — Sid Hickox 

Recording Engineer — George Ellis 

Reviewed — 9-17-32 

Released— 9-30-32 

BIRD OF PARADISE 

Dist —RKO Radio 

Running Time — 80 mlns. 

Cast — Dolores Del Rio, Joel Mc- 
Crea, John Halliday, Creigtiton 
Chaney, Richard "Skeets" 
Gallagher, Bert Roach, Sophie 
Ortego 

Director — King Vidor 

Author— Richard Walton Tully 

Scenarist— Wells Root 

Dialoguers — Richard Walton 
Tully, Wells Root 

Cameraman— Clyde DeVinna 

Reviewed — 8-12-32 

Released— 7-15-32 

BLACK KING 

Dist.— Southland Pictures 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast — A. B. Comathiere, Vivian 
Baber, Len Tucker, Knolly 
Mitchell, Dan Michaels. Mike 
Jackson, Mary Jane Watkins, 
Harry Gray 
Director — Bud Pollard 
Author — Donald Heywood 
Scenarist — Donald Heywood 
Dialoguer — Donald Heywood 
Reviewed— 7-15-32 

BLAME THE WOMAN 

Dist. — Principal 

Running Time— -67 mlns. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Adolphe Menjou, Claude 
Allister, Benita Hume, Ken- 
neth Kove, Desmond Jeans, 
G. D. Manetta. Roland Gil- 
lette, Toni Bruce, Shayle 
Gardener, Stanley Vilden, Phil- 
lip Strange 

Director— Fred Niblo 

Reviewwl— 10-22-32 

BLESSED EVENT 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 83 mines. 

Cast — Lee Tracy, Mary Brian, 
Dick Powell, Emma Dunn, 
Frank McHugh, Allen Jenkins, 
Ned Sparks, Ruth Donnelly, 
Harold Waldridge 

Director — Roy Del Ruth 

Authors — Manuel Seff, Forrest 
Wilson 

Scenarist — Howard Grler 

Editor — James Gibson 

Cameraman — Sol Polito 

Reviewed— 8-23-32 

Released— 9-10-32 

BLONDE VENUS 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time— 80 mlns. 
[ Cast— Marlene Dietrich, Herbert 



Marshall, Cary Grant, Dickie 
Moore, Gene Morgan, Rita 
LaRoy, Robert Emmett O'Con- 
nor, Sidney Toler, Francis 
Sayles, Evelyn Prear, Clifford 
Dempsey, Davison Clark, Bes- 
sie Lyle, Brady Kline, Dewey 
Robinson, Gertrude Short, 
Harold Berquist. 
Director — Josef von Sternberg 
Authors— Jules Furthman, S. K. 
Lauren 

Scenarists — Jules Furthman, S. 

K. Lauren 
Cameraman — Bert Glennon 
Reviewed — 9-24-32 

BLONDIE OF THE FOLLIES 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

Cast — Marion Davies, Robert 
Montgomery, Billie Dove, 
Jimmy Durante, James Glea- 
son, ZaSu Pitts, Sidney Toler, 
Douglas Dumbrille, Sarah Pad- 
den, Louise Carter, Clyde 
Cook 

Director — Edmund Goulding 
Author — Frances Marion 
Scenarist — Frances Marion 
Dialoguer — Anita Loos 
Editor — George Hively 
Cameraman— George Barnes 
Reviewed — 9-2-32 
Released— 8-20-32 

BOAT FROM SHANGHAI, 
THE 

Dist.— First Anglo 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Leon M. Lion, Elizabeth 
Allan, George Curzon, Picot 
Schooling, Dino Galvani, Doug- 
las Blandford, Robert Gates, 
H. B. Longhurst, Ley On, Ma 
Fu, Gold, Chong 

Director — Guy Newhall 

Author — Percy Walsh (from 
"Chin Chin Chinaman") 

Scenarist — Guy Newhall 

Editor — Jack Harris 

Cameraman — Basil Emmott 

Recording Engineer — Carlise L. 
Mountenay 

Released— 4-15-32 

BOILING POINT, THE 

Dist.— Allied Pictures 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — Hoot Gibson, Helen Foster, 
Wheeler Oakman, "Skeeter" 
Bill Robbins, Lafe McKee, 
Billy Bletcher, Tom London, 
George Hays, Charles Bailey, 
Bill Nye 
Director — George Melford 
Author— Donild W. Lee 
Editor — Mildred Johnson 
Cameramen — Harry Neumann, 

Tom Galligan 
Recording Engineer — L. E. Tope 
Reviewed— 11-3-32 

BORDER DEVILS 

Dist. — Artclass 

Running Time — 63 mlns. 

Cast— Harry Carey. Kathleen 
Collins, Niles Welch, Olive 
Fuller Golden, George F. 
Hayes. Al Smith, Merrill Mc- 
Cormlck, Maston Williams, 
Ray Gallagher 

Director— William Nigh 

Author — Murray Leinster 

Scenarist — Harry Crist 

Dialoguer — Harry C. rist 

Cameraman — William Dierz 

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Recording Engineer — B. J. 

Kroger 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 



BRAND IN DER OPER (Ger- 
man) 
(Fire in the Opera) 
Dist. — Capital 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Alexa Engstroem, Gustav 
Froechlich, Gustav Gruendgens, 
Gertrud Arnola, Marianne 
Froehlich, Hans Peppier, 
Julius Falkenstein, Paul Med- 
erow, Jarmila Nowotna, Irm- 
gard Gross, Hendrik Appels, 
Paul Rehkopf, Gerhard Voege, 
Warner Engels 
Director — Carl Froehlich 
Author — George Kaiser 
Scenarist— Walter Reisch 
Dialoguer — Walter Reisch 
Cameraman — F. A. Wagner 
Reviewed — 7-14-32 



BREACH OF PROMISE 

Dist.— World Wide 

Running Time— 67 mins. 

Cast — Chester Morris, Mae 
Clarke, Mary Doran, Theodore 
Von Eltz, Elizabeth Patter- 
son, Charles Middleton, Lu- 
cille LaVerne, Eddie Borden, 
Edward LeSaint, Alan Roscoe, 
Harriett Lorraine, Philo Mc- 
Cullough, Tom McGuire 

Director — Paul Stein 

Author — Rupert Hughes (from 
"Obscurity") 

Scenarists — Ben Verschleiser, 
John Goodrich 

Dialoguer — Anthony Veiller 

Editor— Charles Kraft 

Cameraman — Art Miller 

Recording Engineer — William 
Fox 

Reviewed— 11-23-32 
Released— 10-23-32 

BRIDEGROOM FOR TWO 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 
Running Time — 68 mins. 
(Produced in England) 
Cast — Gene Gerrard, Murial An- 
gelus, Margaret Yarke. Frank 
Stanmore, Dennis Wyndham, 
Henry Wenman, Rita Page, 
Ronald Frankeau, George Gee 
Director — Richard Eichberg 
Authors — Fred Thompson, E. 
Paulton 

Scenarists — Walter Mycroft, 

Frederick Jackson 
Dialoguers — Walter Mycroft, 

Frederick Jackson 
Editor — S. Simonds 
Cameramen — H. Gartner, B. 

Mondi 
Reviewed— 1 -31-32 
Released — 1-1-32 

BRING 'EM BACK ALIVE 

Dist— RKO Radio 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
(Malay Jungle Expedition under 

the supervision of Frank 

Buck) 

Director— Clyde Elliott 
Cameramen — Carl Berger, Nick 
Cavaliere 



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Recording Engineer — Paul M. 

Robillard 
Reviewed — 6-5-32 
Released— 7-19-32 
BROKEN LULLABY 
(Man I Killed) 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 77 mins. 
Cast — Lionel Barrymore, Nancy 
Carroll, Phillips Holmes, Tom 
Douglas, ZaSu Pitts, Lucien 
Littlefield, Louise Carter, 
Prank Sheridan. George Bickel. 
Emma Dunn, Tully Marshall. 
Lillian Elliott. Marvin Ste- 
phens, Reginald Pasch, Joan 
Standing. Rodney McLennon 
Director — Ernst Lubitsch 
Author — Maurice Rostand 
Scenarists — Ernest Vajda. Sam- 
son Raphaelson, Reginald 
Berkeley 

Dialoguers — Ernest Vajda, Sam- 
son Raphaelson, Reginald 
Berkeley 

Cameraman — Victor Milner 

Reviewed — 1 -24-32 ( Reviewed 
as "The Man I Killed") 

Released— 2-26-32 

BROKEN WING 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast— Lupe Veler, Leo Carrillo. 
Melvyn Douglas. George Bar- 
bier. Willard Robertson. Claire 
Dodd, Arthur Stone. Soledad 
Jiminez, Julian Rivero, Pietro 
Sosso 

Director — Lloyd Corrigan 
Authors — Paul Dickey, Charles 
Goddard 

Scenarists — Grover Jones, Wil- 
liam Slavens McNutt 

Dialoguers — Grover Jones, Wil- 
liam Slavens McNutt 

Cameraman — Henry Sharp 

Reviewed— 3-27-32 

Released— 3-25-32 

BUSINESS AND PLEASURE 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Will Rogers, Jetta Goudal, 
Joel McCrea, Dorothy Peter- 
son, Peggy Ross, Cyril Ring. 
Jed Prouty, Oscar Apfel, Ver- 
non Dent 

Director — David Butler 

Author — Booth Tarkington 
(from "The Plutocrat") 

Scenarists — William Conselman. 
Gene Towne 

Dialoguers — William Conselman. 
Gene Towne 

Reviewed — 2-14-32 

Released— 3-6-32 

BUT THE FLESH IS WEAK 

Dist— M-G-M 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

Cast — Robert Montgomery. Nora 

Gregor. Heather Thatcher, 

Edward Everett Horton, C. 

Aubrey Smith, Nils Asther, 

Frederick Kerr, Eva Moore. 

Forrester Harvey. Esmond 

Roberts 
Director — Jack Conway 
Author — Ivor Novello (From 

"The Truth Game") 
Scenarist — Ivor Novello 
Dialoguer — Ivor Novello 
Editor— Tom Held 
Cameraman — Oliver T. Marsh 
Reviewed— 4-17-32 
Released— 4-9-32 

BY WHOSE HAND? 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Ben Lyon, Barbara Weeks, 



Kenneth Thomson. William V. 
Mong, Ethel Kenyon, Helene 
Millard, William Haligan, 
Lorin Baker, Tom Dugan 

Director — Benjamin Stoloff 

Author— Harry Adler 

Scenarists — Isadore Bernstein, 
Stephen Roe 

Dialoguers — Isadore Bernstein. 
Stephen Roe 

Editor— Maurice Wright 

Cameramen — Teddy Tetzlaff. 
Joseph Walker 

Reviewed — 8-3-32 
CABIN IN THE COTTON 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

Cast — Ri c h a rd Barfhelmess, 
Dorothy Jordan, Bette Davis, 
Henry B. Walthall, Berton 
Churchill, Walter Percival, 
William LeMaire, Tully Mar- 
shall, Clarence Muse. Edmund 
Breese, John Marston, Erville 
Alderson, Dorothy Peterson, 
Russell Simpson. Harry Cord- 
ing, Virginia Hammond. Flo- 
rine McKinney, Snow Flake 

Director — Michael Curtiz 

Author— Henry Harrison Kroll 

Scenarist— Paul Green 

Dialoguer — Paul Green 

Editor — George Amy 

Cameraman — Barney McGill 

Reviewed — 10-1-32 

Released— 10-15-32 
CAIN 

Dist.— Principal Distributing Co. 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Thorny Bourdelle. Rama- 
Tahe 

Director — Leon Poirier 
Author — Leon Poirier 
Cameraman — Geortes Million 
Reviewed— 1-17-32 
CALL HER SAVAGE 
Dist. — Fox 

Running Time— 88 mins. 

Cast — Clara Bow, Monroe Ows- 
ley, Gilbert Roland, Thelma 
Todd. Estelle Taylor, Willard 
Robertson, Weldon Heyburn. 
Arthur Hoyt, Katherine Perry] 
John Elliott, Anthony Jowitt, 
Hale Hamilton, Russell Simp- 
son, Fred Kohler, Margaret 
Livingston, Reginald Barlow, 
Dorothy Peterson 

Director— John Francis Dillon 

Author— Tiffany Thayer 

Scenarist — Edwin Burke 

Dialoguer — Edwin Burke 

Cameraman — Lee Garmes 

Recording Engineer — E. Clayton 
Ward 

Reviewed— 11-26-32 

Released— 1 1 -27-32 
CANNONBALL EXPRESS 

Dist.— Sono Art-World Wide 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast— Rex Lease, Tom Moore. 
Lucille Browne. Leon Way- 
coff. Ruth Renick 

Director— Wallace W. Fox 

Scenarist— Bernard McConville 

Dialoguer— Bernard McConville 

Editor — Jeanne Spencer 

Cameraman — Ernest Miller 

Recording Engineer — Earl N. 
Crane 

Reviewed— 2-28-32 
CARELESS LADY 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 74 mins. 
Cast — Joan Bennett. John Boles. 
Minna Gombell, Weldon Hey- 



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burn, Nora Lane, Raul Roullen, 
Fortunio Bonanova, John Ar- 
ledge, Josephine Hull, Martha 
Mattox, Maude Turner Gor- 
don, J. M. Kerrigan, James 
Kirkwood, William Pawley. 
Richard Tucker. James Todd. 
Howard Phillips 

Director — Kenneth MacKenna 

Author— Reita Lambert 

Scenarist — Guy Bolton 

Editor — Alex Troffey 

Cameraman — John Seitz 

Recording Engineer — Albert 
Protzman 

Reviewed— 4-17-32 

Released— 4-3-32 

CARMEN 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Marguerite Namara, Tom 
Burke, Lance Fairfax, Lester 
Matthews, Dennis Wyndham, 
D. Ray Petrie 

Director — Cecil Lewis 

Author — Bizet 

Scenarists — Cecil Lewis, Walter 
Mycroft 

Cameramen — James Wilson, 

Philip Grindrod 
Recording Engineers — A. S. Att- 

kins, A. S. Ross 
Reviewed— 1-17-32 
Released— 5-15-32 

CARNIVAL BOAT 

Dist.— RKO PaHie 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Bill Boyd, Ginger Rogers, 
Fred Kohler, Hobart Bosworth. 
Marie Prevost, Edgar Kennedy, 
Harry Sweet, Charles Sellon, 
Walter Percival, Jack Carlyle, 
Joe Marba, Eddie Chandler, 
Bob Perry 

Director — Albert Rogell 

Authors — Marion Jackson, Don 
Ryan 

Scenarist — James Seymour 

Dialoguer — James Seymour 

Editor — John Link 

Cameraman — Ted McCord 

Recording Engineer — L. John 
Myers 

Reviewed— 3-27-32 

Released— 3-19-32 
CENTRAL PARK 

Dist.— First National 

Running Time — 57 mins. 

Cast— Joan Blondell, Wallace 
Ford, Guy Kibbee, Henry B. 
Walthall, Patricia Ellis, 
Charles Sellon, Spencer Char- 
ters, John Wray, Harold Hu- 
ber, Holmes Herbert, DeWitt 
Jennings, Henry Armetta, 
Willard Robertson. Harry Hol- 
man, William Pawley. Wade 
Boteler, Edward LeSaint, Ir- 
ving Bacon, George Collins 

Director — John Adolfi 

Author — Ward Morehouse 

Scenarists — Ward Morehouse. 
Earl Baldwin 

Dialoguers — Ward Morehouse. 
Earl Baldwin 

Editor — Bert Levy 

Cameraman — Sid Hickox 

Reviewed— 12-9-32 

Released— 12-10-32 
CHANDU THE MAGICIAN 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 75 mins. 



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Cait — E d m u n d Lowe, Irene 
Ware, Bela Lugosi, Herbert 
Mundin, Henry B. Walthall, 
Weldon Heyburn, Virginia 
Hammond, June Vlasek, Nes- 
tor Aber 

Director!— Marcel Varnel, Wil- 
liam C. Menzies 

Authors — Harry A. Earnshaw, 
Vera M. Oldham, R R. Mor- 
gan 

Scenarists — Philip Klein, Barry 
Conners 

Dialoguers — Philip Klein, Barry 

Conners 
Editor— Harold Shuster 
Cameraman — James Wong Howe 
Recording Engineer — Joseph E. 

Aiken 
Reviewed — 9-16-32 
Released— 9-18-32 

CHARLIE CHAN'S CHANCE 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast — Warner Oland, Alexander 
Kirkland, H. B. Warner. Mari- 
an Nixon, Ralph Morgan, 
James Kirkwood, Linda Wat- 
kins, James Todd, Charles Mc- 
Naughton, Herbert Bunston, 
Edward Peil, Sr., Jimmy Wang 
Director — John Blystone 
Author — Earl Derr Biggers 
Scenarists — Barry Connors, Philip 
Klein 

Dialoguers — Barry Connors, Philip 
Klein 

Cameraman — Joseph August 
Recording Engineer — Albert 

Protzman 
Reviewed — 1-24-32 
Released— 1 -24-32 

CHARLOTTE LOEWENSKOLD 

(Swedish) 

Dist. — Scandinavian Films 

Running Time— 85 mins. 

(Produced in Sweden) 

Cast — Brigit Sergelius, Eric 
Bareley, Pauline Brundus, Ger- 
trud Wettergren, Urho Som- 
ersalmi 

Director — Gustaf Molander 
Author — Selma Lagerloff 
Scenarist — Ragnar Hylten-Caval- 
lius 

Dialoguer — Selma Lagerloff 
Reviewed — 2-28-32 

CHEATERS AT PLAY 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 73 mins. 

Cast — Thomas Meighan, Char- 
lotte Greenwood. William 
Bakewell, Ralph Morgan. Bar- 
zara Weeks. Linda Watkins. 
William Pawley, Olin Howland. 
James Kirkwood. Anders Van 
Haden, Dewey Robinson 

Director — Hamilton MacFadden 
j Author — Louis Joseph Vance 
(from "First Cabin") 

Scenarist — Malcolm Stuart Boy- 
Ian 

Dialoguer — Malcolm Stuart Boy- 
Ian 

Editor — Irene Morra 
Cameraman — Ernest Palmer 
i Recording Engineer — Joseph 
Aiken 

J Reviewed— 2-28-32 
I Released— 2-14-32 

CHEYENNE CYCLONE 
Dist.— Willis Kent 
5 Running Time — 59 mins. 
< Cast— Lane Chandler, Marie 
Quillan, Jay Hunt, Frankie 
Darro, Edward Hearn, J. Frank 



Glendon, Yakima Canutt, Con- 
nie Lamont, Henry Roquemore 

Director — Armand Schaeffer 

Author — Oliver Drake 

Scenarist — Oliver Drake 

Dialoguer — Oliver Drake 

Editor — Ethel Davey 

Cameraman — William Nobles 

Reviewed— 1-10-32 
CITY OF SONG (German) 

Dist — Worlds Trade Exchange 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Jan Kiepura, Brigitte 
Helm, Walter Janssen, Trude 
Berliner, Francesco Malducce. 
George Alexander, Martin 
Kosleck, Henry Bender 

Director — Carmine Gallone 

Author— Hans Szekely 

Scenarist — Hans Szekely 

Dialoguer — Hans Szekely 

Reviewed — 5-15-32 
CLOWN GEORGE (S) 

Dist. — Amkino 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 

Cast— N. Z. Nademsky, Z. D. 
Kurdyumova, N. V. Kutchin- 
sky, N. N. Palnikof, P. P. 
Repnin 

Director — Alexander Solovief 
Authors— Whiting and Voldo 
Scenarists — Whiting and Voldo 
Reviewed — 8-27-32 
. Released— 8-21 -32 
COCK OF THE AIR 
Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 74 mins. 
Cast — Chester Morris, Billie 
Dove. Matt Moore, Walter 
Catlett, Luis Alberni, Katyr 
Sergeiva, Yola d'Avril. Vivian 
Oakland, Emile Chautard. 
Ethel Sutherland. Peggy Watts 
Director — Tom Buckingham 
Authors — Robert E. Sherwood, 

Charles Lederer 
Scenarists — Robert E. Sherwood, 

Charles Lederer 
Dialoguer — Charles Lederer 
Editor— W. Duncan Mansfield 
Cameraman — Lucien Andriot 
Recording Engineer — Frank 

Grenzbach 
Reviewed — 1-31-32 
Released— 1 -23-32 
COHENS AND KELLYS IN 
HOLLYWOOD 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 73 mins. 

Cast — George Sidney, Charles 
Murray, June Clyde, Norman 
Foster, Emma Dunn, Esther 
Howard, Luis Alberni, Robert 
Greig, Eileen Percy, Edwin 
Maxwell, Dorothy Christy, 
John Roche, Tom Mix, Lew 
Ayres, Sidney Fox, Boris Kar- 
loff, Genevieve Tobin, Harry 
Barris 

Director — John Francis Dillon 
Author — Howard J. Green 
Scenarist — Howard J. Green 
Dialoguer — James Mulhouser 
Editor— Harry W. Lieb 
Cameraman — Jerry Ash 
Reviewed-^-24-32 
Released— 3-28-32 
COIFFEUR POUR DAMES 
(French) 
(Coiffures for Ladies) 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
(Produced in France) 
Cast — Fernand Gravey, Mona 
Goya, Irene Brillant, Diana 

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Palav, Nino Miral, Simone 
Heliard, Josyane and Palau 

Director — Rene Guissart 

Authors — Paul Armont, Marcel 
Garbidon 

Scenarists — Paul Armont, Marcel 
Garbidon 

Dialoguers — Paul Armond. Mar- 
cel Garbidon 

Reviewed— 10-29-32 

COME ON DANGER 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Cast — Tom Keene. Julie Haydon, 
Rosco Ates. Robert Ellis. 
William Scott. Wade Boteler 

Director— Robert Hill 

Author — Bennett Cohen 

Scenarist — Lester llfeld 

Dialoguer — Lester llfeld 

Cameraman — Nick Musuraca 

Recording Engineer — Clem Port- 
man 

Released— 9-23-32 

COME ON TARZAN 

Dist.— World-Wide 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast — Ken Maynard. Merna Ken- 
nedy, Kate Campbell, Roy 
Stewart, Bob Kortmann, Niles 
Welch, Ben Corbett, Jack 
Rockwell, Nelson McDowell. 
Jack Mower 

Director — Alan James 

Author — Alan James 

Released— 9-11-32 

CONDEMNED TO DEATH 

Dist. — First Division 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Arthur Wontner, Gillian 
Lind, Jane Welsh, Norah 
Howard, Edmund Owenn, Gor- 
don Harker, Cyril Raymond, 
Griffith Humphreys, H. St. 
Barbe West, Gordon Blythe. 
James Cunningham, Gilbert 
Davies. Bernard Bruneel 

Director — Walter Forde 

Author — George Goodchild 

Scenarists — H. Fowler Meare, 
Bernard Merrivale 

Cameramen — S y d n e y Blythe, 
William Luff 

Reviewed — 7-14-32 

Released— 9-21-32 

CONGORILLA 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Mr. and Mrs. Martin 
Johnson 

Editors — Richard de Rochemont, 
Sidney H. MacKean 

Cameramen — Richard Maedler, 
Martin Johnson 

Recording Engineer — Lewis Tap- 
pan 

Reviewed— 7-20-32 

Released— 8-7-32 
CONGRESS DANCES 

Dist— United Artists 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Lilian Harvey, Conrad 
Veidt, Lil Dagover. Henry 
Garat, Gibb McLaughlin, Reg- 
inald Purdell, Eugen Rex. 
Jean Dax, Helen Haye, Olga 
Engel, Spencer Trevor, Thomas 
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Director — Eric Charell 

Authors — Norman Falk, Robert 

Liebmann 
Scenarists — Norman Falk, Robert 

Liebmann 
Dialoguer — Rowland Leigh 
Cameraman — Carl Hoffman 
Recording Engineer — Fritz 

Thiery 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
Released— 4-25-32 

CONQUERORS, THE 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Running Time — 84 mins. 

Cast — Richard Dix, Ann Hard- 
ing, Edna, May Oliver, Guy 
Kibbee, Julie Haydon, Don- 
ald Cook, Harry Holman, 
Skeets Gallagher, Walter 
Walker, Wally Albright, Mari- 
lyn Knowlden 

Director — William Wellman 

Author — Howard Estabrook 

Scenarist — Robert Lord 

Dialoguers — Howard Estabrook, 
Robert Lord 

Editor— William Hamilton 

Cameraman — Edward Cronjager 

Reviewed — 11-19-32 

Released— 11-18-32 

COSSACKS OF THE DON 
(S-SE) 

Dist. — Amkino 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 
Cast — Emma Cessarskaya, M. 

Abrikosov, R. Puzhanaya, M. 

Stepanov. N. Churakovski 
Director — Olga Prebranjenskaya 
Author— Mikhail Scholokhov 
Scenarists — Olga Prebranjenskaya, 

Mikhail Pravor 
Dialoguers — Olga Presbranjenska- 

ya, Mikhail Pravor 
Cameraman — D. Feldman 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 
Released— 3-18-32 

COUNTY FAIR 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Hobart Bosworth, Ralph 
Ince. Marion Shilling. William 
Collier, Jr., Kit Guard. George 
Chesebrough, Otto Hoffman, 
Arthur Millett, Thomas R. 
Quinn, Edward Kane, Snow- 
flake 

Director- — Louis King 
Author — Roy Fitzroy 
Scenarist — Harvey Harris Gates 
Dialoguer — Harvey Harris Gates 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineers — Balsley f> 

Phillips 
Reviewed — 5-1-32 
Released— 3-20-32 

CRASH, THE 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast — Ruth Chatterton, George 
Brent, Paul Cavanaugh, Bar- 
bara Leonard, Henry Kolker, 
Lois Wilson, Ivan Simpson, 
Helen Vinson, Hardie Al- 
bright .Edith Kingdon, Rich- 
ard Tucker, Virginia Hammond 
Director — William Dieterle 
Author — Larry Barrefto (from 

"Children of Pleasure") 
Scenarists— Earl Baldwin, Larry 
Barrefto 



Dialoguers — Earl Baldwin, Larry 

Barrefto 
Cameraman — Ernest Haller 
Reviewed — 9-9-32 
Released— 10-8-32 

CROOKED CIRCLE, THE 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Ben Lyon, ZaSu Pitts, 
James Gleason, Irene Purcell, 
C. Henry Gordon, Raymond 
Hatton, Roscoe Karns, Berton 
Churchill, Spencer Charters, 
Robert Frazer, Ethel Clayton, 
Frank Reicher, Christian Rub 
Director — H. Bruce Humberstone 
Author — Ralph Spence 
Scenarist — Ralph Spence 
Dialoguers — Ralph Spence, Tim 
Whelan 

Cameraman — Robert B. Kurrle 
Recording Engineer — William 
Fox 

Reviewed— 9-23-32 
Released— 9-25-32 

CROONER 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 69 mins. 
Cast — David Manners, Ann 
Dvorak, Ken Murray, Sheila 
Terry, William Janney, Eddie 
Nugent, J. Carroll Naish, 
Betty Gillette, Guy Kibbee, 
William Halligan, Teddy 
Joyce, Sumner Getchel, Clar- 
ence Nordstrum, Allen Vincent. 
William Riccardi, Claire Dodd 
Director — Lloyd Bacon 
Author — Rian James 
Scenarist — Charles Kenyon 
Dialoguer — Charles Kenyon 
Editor — Edith Bretherton 
Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 
Reviewed — 8-6-32 
Released — 8-20-32 

CROSS EXAMINATION 

Dist.— Artclass 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

Cast— H. B. Warner, Sally Blane, 
Natalie Moorhead, Edmund 
Breese, William V. Mong, 
Donald Dillaway. Sarah Pad- 
den, Wilfred Lucas, Niles 
Welch, Nita Cavalier, Mar- 
garet Fealy, Alexander Pol- 
lard, B. Wayne LaMont, Frank 
Clark, John Webb Dillon. Lee 
Phelps 

Director — Richard Thorpe 
Author— Arthur Hoerl 
Scenarist — Arthur Hoerl 
Dialoguer — Arthur Hoerl 
Cameraman — A. Anderson 
Recording Engineer — Mack Dalg- 
leish 

Reviewed— 2-14-32 

CROWD ROARS, THE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

Cast — James Cagney, Joan 
Blonde!!, Ann Dvorak. Eric 
Linden, Guy Kibbee, Frank 
McHugh, William Arnold. Leo 
Nomis, Charlotte Merriam, 
Harry Harfz, Ralph Hepburn. 
Fred Guisso, Fred Frame 

Director — Howard Hawks 

Authors — Seton I. Miller, How- 
ard Hawks 

Scenarists — Kubec Glasmon, John 
Bright 



1932 RELEASES 



Dialoguers — Kubec Glasmon, John 

Bright 
Editor — John Stumar 
Cameraman — Sid Hickox 
Reviewed— 3-27-32 
Released— 4-16-32 

CRUSADER, THE 

Dist. — Majestic Pictures 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast— Evelyn Brent, H. B. War- 
ner, Lew Cody, Ned Sparks, 
Walter Byron, Marceline Day, 
John St. Polis, Arthur Hoyt, 
Ara Haswell, Joseph Girard, 
Syd Saylor, Lloyd Ingraham 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author— Wilson Collison 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 
Editor — Otis Garrett 
Recording Engineer — Earl Crain 
Reviewed— 10-5-32 

CRY OF THE WORLD 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 75 mins. 
(Newsreel shots) 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 

CSAK ECY KISLANY 
(Hungarian) 

(The Only One Girl) 
Dist. — New Era 
Running Time — 85 mins. 
(Produced in Hungary) 
Cast — Eggert Marta. Mombory 

Mercedes. Javor Pethes, Cor- 

donyi Vandory 
Director — Gaal Bele 
Reviewed— 3-27-32 

CYNARA 

Dist. — United Artists 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — Ronald Colman. Kay 
Francis, Phyllis Barry, Henry 
Stephenson, Viva Tattersall, 
Florine McKinney, Clarissa 
Selwyn, Paul Porcasi, George 
Kirby, Donald Stewart 

Director— King Vidor 

Authors — Robert Gore Brown, 
H. M. Harwood 

Scenarists — Frances Marion. Lynn 
Starling 

Cameraman — Ray June 

Reviewed— 11-12-32 

Released— 12-24-32 

DANCE TEAM 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

Cast — James Dunn, Sally Eilers. 
Ralph Morgan, Harry Beres- 
ford, Minna Gombell, Ed- 
ward Crandalt. Nora Lane. 
Claire Maynard, Charles Wil- 
liams 

Director — Sidney Lanfield 
Author — Sarah Addington 
Scenarist— Edwin Burke 
Dialoguer — Edwin Burke 
Editor — Margaret Clancy 
Cameraman — James Wong Howe 
Recording Engineer — Alfred 

Bruzlin 
Reviewed — 1-3-32 
Released— 1-17-32 



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"WE SURVIVED" 

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DANCERS IN THE DARK 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast — Miriam Hopkins, Jack 
Oakie, William Collier. Jr.. 
Eugene Pallette, Walter Hiers, 
Lyda Roberti, George Raft. 
Maurice Black, Frances Mof- 
fett, DeWitt Jennings. Al- 
berta Vaughn, Paul Fix 

Director — David Burton 

Author — James Ashmore Creel- 
man (from "Jazz King") 

Scenarists — Brian Marlow, How- 
ard Emmett Rogers, Herman 
J. Mankiewicz 

Cameraman — Karl Struss 

Reviewed — 3-20-32 

Released— 3-11-32 

DANGERS OF THE ARCTIC 

Dist. — Explorers Film Co. 
Running Time — 58 mins. 
Narative — Earl Rossman 
Cameraman — Earl Rossman 
Reviewed — 7-2-32 

DARING DANGER 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 57 mins. 
Cast— Tim McCoy, Alberta 
Vaughn, Wallace McDonald, 
Murdock McQuarrie, Ed Le- 
Saint, Bobby Nelson, Max 
Davidson, Vernon Dent, Rob- 
ert Ellis. Richard Alexander 
Director — D. Ross Lederman 
Author— William C. MacDonald 
Scenarist — Michael Trevelyan 
Dialoguer — Michael Trevelyan 
Editor — Otto Meyer 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 



DARK HORSE 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast— Warren William, Bette 
Davis, Guy Kibbee, Frank Mc- 
Hugh. Vivienne Osborne, Rob- 
ert Warwick, Harry Holman, 
Charles Sellon, Sam Harvey, 
Berton Churchill, Robert E. 
O'Connor 

Director — Alfred E. Green 

Authors — Melville Grossman, 
Joseph Jackson, Courtenay 
Terrett. 

Scenarists — Joseph Jackson, 
Wilson Mizner 

Dialoguer — Joseph Jackson 

Editor — George Marks 

Cameraman — Sol Polito 

Reviewed — 6-11-32 

Released— 7-2-32 

DAS EKEL (German) 
(The Grouch) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Max Adalbert, Emilia 
Unda. Evelyn Holt. Heinz 
Wagner, Heinz Koenecke, Vik- 
tor Franz, Julius E. Herrmann, 
Rosa Valetta, Ernst Proeckl, 
Hans H. Schaufuss. Alfred 
Abel 

Directors — Franz Wenzler, 

Eugene Schuefftan 
Authors — Reimann and Impeko- 

Scenarist — Emmerich Pressburger 
Cameraman — Eugene Schuefftan 
Recording Engineer — Walter 

Tiaden 
Reviewed— 1-31-32 




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(The Song IfOHBg*, 
Dist. — Associated 

Amer. 
Running T 
(Produced inVGe 
Cast — Liane 

Margarete 

Wallburrfl Fritz 

Ernest V«< 

treu 

Marcel Wittrisch 
Director — Geza Von Bolvarv 
Author— Walter Reisch 
Scenarist — Walter Reisch 
Dialoguer — Walter Reisch 
Cameraman — Willy Goldberger 
Reviewed— 1-31-32 
Released— 1-23-32 

DASH SCHOENE ABENTEUER 
(German) 
(Enchanted Escapade) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 78 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Ida Wuest, Wolf Albach- 

Retty, Kaethe von Nagy, Otto 

Wallburg, Adele Sandrock, 

Kaethe Haack 
Director — Reinhold Schuenzel 
Authors — G. A. DeCaillavet, 

Robert DeFlers, Etienne Rey 
Scenarists — Reinhold Schuenzel, 

Emerich Pressburger 
Dialoguers — Reinhold Schuenzel, 

Emerich Pressburger 
Cameramen — Fritz Arno Wagner, 

Robert Baberske 
Reviewed— 12-10-32 

DAVID GOLDER (French) 
Dist. — Protex 
Running Time — 76 mins. 
(Produced in France) 
Cast— Harry Baur, Gretillat 

Franceschi, Paule Andral, 

Jackie Monnier, Jean Coque- 

lin, Jean Bradin. Gaston Ja- 

quet, Camille Bert 
Director — Julien Duvivier 
Author — Irene Nemirovsky 
Scenarist — Julien Duvivier 
Dialoguers — Julian Duvivier, 

Irene Nemirovsky 
Cameramen — George Perinal, 

Armand Thirard 
Recording Engineer — Herman 

Storr 

Reviewed— 10-21-32 

DEADLINE, THE 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time— 63 mins. 
Cast — Buck Jones. Loretta Say- 
ers, Robert Ellis. Edwin J. 
Brady, G. Raymond Nye, 
Knute Erickson, George 
Ernest, Harry Todd, Jack Cur- 
tis, James Farley 
Director — Lambert Hillyer 
Author — Lambert Hillyer 
Scenarist — Lambert Hillyer 
Dialoguer — Lambert Hillyer 
Editor— Maurice Wright 
Cameraman — Byron Haskin 
Reviewed— 1 -24-32 

DEATH KISS, THE 
Dist.— World-Wide 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — David Manners, Adrienne 
Ames. Bela Lugosi, John Wray, 
Vince Barnett, Alexander Carr. 
Edward Van Sloan, Harold 
Minjir, Wade Boteler, Al Hill. 
Barbara Bedford. Alan Roscoe, 
Mona Maris, Edmund Burns, 



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DER ANDERE (German) 
(The Man Within) 

Dist. — Tobis Forenfilms 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Fritz Korner, Hermine 
Sterler, Ursula von Diemen, 
Eduard von Winterstein, 
Kaethe von Nagy, Heinrich 
George. Oscar Sima. Julius 
Falkenstein, Paul Bildt. Otto 
Stoessel, Emil Heyse 

Director — Robert Wiene 

Author — Paul Landau 

Scenarist — Dr. Johannes Brandt 

Dialoguer — Paul Landau 

Reviewed — 1-17-32 

DER FALL DES OBERST REDL 

(German) 
(Case of Colonel Redl) 
Dist. — Capital 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— lil Dagover, Theodor Loos, 

Ot«* Hartmann. Trude Gross- 

licht. Friederich Hoelzlin, 

Alexander Murski 
Director — Karl Anton 
Author — Benno Vigny 
Cameramen — Ed Hoesch, V. Vich 
Recording Engineer — Dr. Neu- 

20-32 



DER FALSCHE EHEMANN 
(German) 
(The Wrong Husband) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 86 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Johannes Rieman. Maria 
Paudler, Gustav Waldau, Jes- 
sie Vihrog, Tibor V. Halmay. 
Martha Ziegler, Fritz Strehlen 

Director — Johannes Guter 

Authors— Paul Frank, Billie 
Wilder 

Cameraman — Carl Hoffman 
Recording Engineer — Erich Leist- 
ner 

Reviewed — 10-18-32 

DER FALSCHE FELDMAR- 
SCHALL (German) 

(Fake Field Marshall) 

Dist.— Capital Film Ex. 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Vlasta Burian, Roda Roda, 
Karl Forest, Antonie Jeackel, 
Harry Frank, Fee Malten, Jack 
Mylong Muenz, Paul Rohkopf, 
Emmy Carpentier, Jo Seff 

Director — Carl Lamac 

Author — A. Longens 

Scenarists — W. Wasserman, R 
Arvay 

Dialoguer — Roda Roda 
Cameraman — Otto Heller 
Reviewed — 7-2-32 



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DER KLEINE SEITENSPRUNG 
(German) 

(Slightly Indiscreet! 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time— 78 mins. 
'Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Renate Mueller, Hermn 
n»! m ' g ,'w ,fl 3ns B "usewetter, 
Otto Wallburg. Hilde Hilde- 
brand. Hermann Blass 
Director— Reinhold Schuenzel 
Author— Emmerich Pressburger, 

Reinhold Schuenzel 
Scenarist— Reinhold Schuenzel 
Dialoguer— Reinhold Schuenzel 
Cameraman— Werner Brandes 
Reviewed — 1-10-32 

DER RAUB DER MONA LISA 

(German) 

(Theft of the Mona Lisa) 
Dist.— Tobis Forenfilms 
Running Time— 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast-Willy Forst. Trude Von 

^•Gustav Gruendgens. 

Ill ° de J na '. Max Guelstorf. 

Koda Roda. Anton Pointner 

Rosa Valleri. Alexander Gra- 

Director— Geza von Bolvary 
Author— Walter Reisch 
Scenarist-Walter Reisch 
Dialoguer-Walter Reisch 

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DER 5CHRECKEN DER GAR- 
RISON (German) 

'Terror of the Garrison) 
D>st.-Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time— 80 mins. 
'Produced in Germany) 
C3 | St -; Fe ! l ix Bressart. Lucie Eng- 

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Director— Carl Boese 

Author— B. E. Leuthge 

Reviewed— 6-5-32 

DER SCHWARZE HUSAR 
'German) 
'The Black Hussar) 
Dist.— Leo Brecher 
Running Time— 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Conrad Veidt, Mady Chris- 

UrVula r W M Alb ""-Retry. 
Ursula Grabley. Otto Wall- 
burg, Bernhard Goetzke 
Gather Hadank. |ri» r i 
Chmara, Fritz Greiner. Franz 

Director— Garhari Lamprecht 

Author— Leo Lenz 

Scenarists— Curt I. Braun, Philip 

L. Mayring 
Dialoguers— Curt I. Braun, Philip 

L. Mayring 
Cameraman— Franz Planer 
Recording Engineer— Dr. Erich 

Leistner 
Reviewed — 12-23-32 



DER STOLZ DER 3 KOM- 
PAGNIE (German) 
(Pride of the 3rd Company) 
Dist.— Capital 
Running Time— 80 mins. 
(Produced in Germ^nyi 
Cast— Adolph Woh brueck, Eu- 
gene Burg, Josef Pete.h ns 
Walter Steinbeck. Viktor de 
Kowa, Fritz Kampers. Heinz 
Reuhm-nn. Paul Hencke's, 
Trude Berliner, Use Korseck. 
Christl Mardayn 
Director — Fred Sauer 
Author— Wilhelm Hartstein 
Scenarist— Fredrich Raff 
Dialoguer— Fredrich Raff 
Cameraman— Friedel Behn-Grund 
Reviewed— 7-22-32 

DER STORCH STREIKT 
(German) 

(The Stork Strikes) 
Dist.— Tobis Forenfilms 
Running Time— 84 mins. 
'Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Siegfried Arno, Fritz 
Schulz, Hans Junkermann, 
Hans Wassmann, Ursula Grab- 
ley, Julis Serka-Junkerman 
Director— E. W. Emo 
Author— Dr. H. Rosenfeld 
Scenarists — B. Luthge. R. Noti 

Dr. H. Rosenfeld 
Dialoguers— B. Luthge, R. Noti 

Dr. H. Rosenfeld 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 

DER TEUFELSBRUDER 

(German) 

Dist— Transcontinental Pictures 
Running Time — 80 mins 
'Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Tino Pattiera, Kurt Lilien 
Bngitte Homey, Henrich Heil- 
inger, Ernst Stahl-Nachbauer, 
Vincent May, Dr. Philipp Man- 
mg Jack Mylong Muenz, 
Fnednch Gnas, Margarete 
Hruby 

Director— Mario Bonnard 
Authors— Scribe and Auber 
Scenarists — Mario Bonnard, Mun- 

zio Malasomma 
Dialoguer— Dr. Kurt Braun 
Cameraman— Niko'aus Farkas 
Reviewed— 4-10-32 

DER UNGETREUE ECKE HART 

(German) 

Dist.— Tobis Forenfilms 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Ralph Arthur Roberts 
Fritz Schulz, Paul Hoerbiger 
Paul Henckels, Alexander 
Murkski, Albert Paulig, Lissi 
Arna, Luzie Englisch, Mar- 
garete Kipfer, Jenny Kiefe, 
Anni Markart 

Director— Carl Boese 

Author— Hans Sturn 

Scenarists— Walter Wassermann, 
Walter Schlee 

Dialoguers— Walter Wassermann, 
Walter Schlee 

Cameraman— Albert Schlasy 

Reviewed— 1-24-32 

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1932 RELEASES 



DESTRY RIDES AGAIN 

Dist.— Universal 
Running Time — 55 mins. 
Cast— Tom Mix, Claudia Dell. 
ZaSu Pitts, Andy Devine, 
Earle Foxe, Stanley Fields 
Director— Ben Stoloff 
Author — Isadore Bernstein 
Scenarist — Isadore Bernstein 
Dialoguer — Robert Keith 
Cameraman — Daniel B. Clark 
Released— 4-24-32 



DEVIL AND THE DEEP 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast— Tallulah Bankhead, Gary 
Cooper, Charles Laughton, 
Cary Grant, Paul Porcasi, 
Juliette Compton, Henry 
Kolker, Dorothy Christy, Ar- 
thur Hoyt 
Director — Marion Gering 
Author — Harry Hervey 
Scenarist — Benn W. Levy 
Dialoguer— Harry Hervey 
Cameraman — Charles Lang 
Reviewed — 8-4-32 

DEVIL IS DRIVING, THE 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast— Edmund Lowe, Wynne 
Gibson, Dickie Moore, James 
Gleason, Lois Wilson, Allan 
Dinehart, George Rosener, 
Guinn Williams, Charlie Wil- 
liams, John Kelly, Francis 
McDonald, Geneva Mitchell, 
Tom Kennedy 
Director— Benjamin Stoloff 
Author— Frank Mitchell Dazey 
Scenarists — Louis Weitzenkorn, 
P. J. Wolfson, Allen Rivkin 
Cameraman — Henry Sharp 
Reviewed— 12-16-32 

DEVIL ON DECK 

Dist.— Sono Art-World Wide 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Reed Howes, Molly O'Day, 
Wheeler Oakman, June Mar- 
lowe, Kenneth Treseder, Rolfe 
Sedan, A. S. Myron, Constan- 
tino Romanoff 
Director— Wallace W. Fox 
Author — Bernard McConville 
Scenarist— Bernard McConville 
Dialoguer — Bernard McConville 
Reviewed— 2-28-32 

DEVIL'S LOTTERY 

Dist.— Fox 



Laglen, Alexander Kirkland, 
Halliwell Hobbes, Beryl Mer- 
cer, Paul Cavanaugh, Ralph 
Morgan, Barbara Weeks, Her- 
bert Mundin, Ruth Warren 

Director— Sam Taylor 

Dialogue Director — Leon Gordon 

Author— Nalbro Bartley 

Scenarist — Guy Bolton 

Dialoguer— Guy Bolton 

Cameraman— Ernest Palmer 

Recording Engineer— Joseph 
Aiken 

Reviewed — 4-3-32 

Released— 3-27-32 




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DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND 

Dist.— Principal 

Running Time — 55 mins. 

(George Vanderbllt's Fishing 

Expedition) 
Reviewed— 11-12-32 



DIARY OF A REVOLUTIONIST 

(Russian) 

Dist.— Amkino 

Running Time — 84 mins. 

Cast— G. V. Mouzalevsky. B. F. 
Blazhevitch. S. A. Mortinson, 
Sophie Magarill, M. M. Tark- 
hanov, A. Timontayev 

Directors — J. I. Urinov, J. A. 
Portazanov 

Author— J. I. Urinov 

Scenarist — J. I. Urinov 

Dialoguer — J. I. Urinov 

Cameraman — B. A. Kozlov 

Reviewed— 6-13-32 

Released— 6-8-32 

DIE BLUMENFRAU VON 
LINDENAU (German) 
(Flower Lady of Lindenau) 
Dist. — Protex Trading 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Hansi Niese, Renate Muel- 
ler, Paul Otto, Harold Paul- 
sen, Herbert Heubner, Grete 
Maren 

Director — Georg Jacoby 
Author — Bruno Frank 
Scenarists — Walter Wasserman, 

Wather Schlee 
Reviewed — 7-9-32 



DIE CSIKOS BARONESS 
(German) 

Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Gretl Theimer, Paul Vin- 
centi, Ida Wuest, Julius Falk- 
enstein, Albert Paulig, Berthe 
Osten, Camilla von Hallay. 
Jaro Surch, Emil Byron, Eu- 
gene Rex, Ernst Verebes. Leo 
Teukert, Ernst Behner, Terry 
Rade 

Directors— J. Fleck, L. Fleck 
Authors — Fritz Gruenbaum, Ida 
Jenback 

Scenarists — Fritz Gruenbaum, 

Ida Jenback 
Dialoguers — Fritz Gruenbaum. 

Ida Jenback 
Editor— Hans Zerlatt 
Cameramen — Willy Goldberger. 

Georg Muschner 
Recording Engineer — Victor 

Behrens 
Reviewed — 4-3-32 

DIE GROSSE LIEBE (German) 

(The Great Love) 
Dist. — Foreign-American Films 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Hansi Liese. Attila Hor- 

biger, Ferdinand Mayerhofer. 

Maria Waldner. Betty Bird. 

Hans Olden, Adrienne Geb- 

ner, Franz Engel. George 

Denes, Carl Gotz, Hugo 

Thimig 

Director — Otto Ludwig Preminger 
Authors — Siegfried Bernfield, 

Arthur Berger 
Scenarists— Siegfried Bernfield, 

Arthur Berger 
Dialoguers— Siegfried Bernfield, 

Arthur Berger 
Reviewed— 2-28-32 



DIE LETZTE KOMPAGNIE 
(German) 
(Last Company) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

(Produced in Germmany) 

Cast— Conrad Veidt, Karin 
Evans, Erwin Kaiser, Else 
Heller, Maria Pederson 

Director — Kurt Bernhardt 

Reviewed— 8-26-32 

DIE VOM RUMMELPLATZ 

(German) 
(Those of the Side Show) 

Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 

Running Time — 69 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Anny Ondra, Seigfried 
Arno, Margaret Kupfer. Vik- 
tor Schwennecke, Toni Gir- 
ardi. Max Ehrlich 

Director — Karl Lamac 

Scenarist — Wenzel Wasserman 

Dialoguer — Wenzel Wasserman 

Cameramen — Otto Heller, Erich 
Giese 

Reviewed— 1 -10-32 

DISCARDED LOVERS 

Dist. — Tower Productions 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast— Natalie Moorhead, Rus- 
sell Hopton, J. Farrell Mac- 
Donald. Barbara Weeks. Jason 
Robards, Roy D'Arcy, Sharon 
Lynn, Fred Kelcey, Robert 
Frazer, Jack Trent, Allen 
Dailey 

Director — Fred Newmeyer 
Author — Edward T. Lowe 
Scenarists — Edward T. Lowe. 

Arthur T. Hoyle 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 
Editor— Charles Hunt 
Cameraman — William Hyer 
Recording Engineer — Corson 

Jowett 
Reviewed— 1-3-32 
Released— 1-11-32 

DISORDERLY CONDUCT 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Sally Eilers, Spencer 
Tracy, El Brendel, Dickie 
Moore, Ralph Bellamy, Ralph 
Morgan, Allan Dinehart. Claire 
Maynard, Frank Conroy, Cor- 
nelius Keefe, Nora Lane. 
Geneva Mitchell. Charles 
Grapewin, James Todd, Sally 
Blane 

Director — John W. Considine, 
Jr. 

Author — William Anthony 

McGuire 
Scenarist — William Anthony 

McGuire 
Dialoguer — William Anthony 

McGuire 
Cameraman — Ray June 
Recording Engineer — Duncan 

Cramer 
Reviewed— 4-10-32 
Released— 3-20-32 

DIVORCE IN THE FAMILY 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

Cast — Jackie Cooper, Conrad 
Nagel, Lewis Stone, Lois Wil- 
son, Jean Parker, Maurice 
Murphy, Lawrence Grant, 
Richard Wallace, David New- 
ell, Oscar Rudolph, Louise 
Beavers 

Director — Charles F. Riesner 

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1932 RELEASES 



Authors — Maurice Rapf, Delmer 
Daves 

Scenarist — Delmer Daves 
Dialoguer — Delmer Daves 
Editor — William Gray 
Cameraman — Oliver T. Marsh 
Reviewed— 10-29-32 
Released— 8-27-32 

DOCKS OF SAN FRANCISCO 

Dist. — Mayfair Pictures 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — Mary Nolan, Jason Ro- 
bards, Marjorie Beebe. John 
Davidson, William Haynes. 
Max Davidson 
Director — George B. Seitz 
Author— H. H. Van Loan 
Scenarist — H. H. Van Loan 
Dialoguer— H. H. Van Loan 
Editor — Ralph Dixon 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — James 

Stanley 
Reviewed— 1 -24-32 
Released— 2-1-32 

DOCTOR X 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast— Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, 
Lee Tracy, Preston Foster, 
George Rosener, Leila Bennett, 
Arthur Edmund Carewe, John 
Wray, Harry Beresford, Rob- 
ert Warwick, Willard Robert- 
son, Thomas Jackson, Harry 
Holman, Tom Dugan, Mae 
Busch 

Director — Michael Curtiz 
Authors — Howard W. Comstock, 

Allen C. Miller 
Scenarists — Earl Baldwin, Robert 

Tasker 

Dialoguers — Earl Baldwin, Robert 

Tasker 
Editor — George Amy 
Cameramen— Richard Tower, Ray 

Ranahan 
Reviewed— 7-8-32 
Released— 8-27-32 

DOOMED BATTALION 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast— Tala Birell, Luis Trenker, 
Victor Varconi, Albert Conti, 
Gustave von Seyffertitz, C. 
Henry Gordon, Gibson Gow- 
land, Henry Armetta 

Director — Cyril Gardner 

Author — Luis Trenker 

Scenarists — Luis Trenker, Carl 
Hartle, Paul Perez 

Dialoguer — Patrick Kearney 

Editor — Clarence Kolster 

Cameraman— Charles Stumar 

Released— 6-16-32 

DOWNSTAIRS 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — John Gilbert, Paul Lukas, 
Virginia Bruce, Hedda Hopper, 
Reginald Owen, Olga Bacla- 
nova, Bodil Rosing, Otto Hoff- 
man, L u c I e n Littlef ield, 
Marion Lessing 

Director — Monta Bell 

Author — John Gilbert 

Scenarists — Lenore Coffee, Mel- 
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Dialogues — Lenore Coffee, Mel- 
ville Baker 
Editor — Conrad A. Nervig 
Cameraman — Harold Rosson 
Reviewed— 10-10-32 
Released— 8-6-32 

DOWN TO EARTH 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Will Rogers, Dorothy Jor- 
dan, Matty Kemp, Irene Rich, 
Mary Carlisle, Clarence Wil- 
son, Theodore Lodi, Brandon 
Hurst, Louis Mackintosh, Har- 
vey Clark 

Director — David Butler 

Author— Homer Croy 

Scenarist — Edwin Burke 

Dialoguer — Edwin Burke 

Cameraman — Ernest Palmer 

Reviewed— 9-2-32 

Released— 9-4-32 

DRAGNET PATROL 

Dist— Mayfair Pictures 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast — Glenn Tryon, Vera Reyn- 
olds, Marjorie Beebe, Vernon 
Dent, Symona Bonniface, Wal- 
ter Long, George Hayes. 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author — W. Scott Darling 
Scenarist — W. Scott Darling 
Dialoguer — W. Scott Darling 
Editor — Bryon Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — James 

Stanley 
Reviewed — 1 -3-32 

DRIFTER, THE 

Dist.— Willis Kent 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — William Farnum. Noah 

Beery. Phyllis Barrington. 

Charles Sellon. Bruce Warren, 

Russell Hopton. Ann Brody. 

Ynez Seabury 
Director — William O'Connor 
Author — Oliver Drake 
Scenarist — Oliver Drake 
Dialoguer — Oliver Drake 
Editor — Thomas Persons 
Cameraman — William Nobles 
Reviewed — 1-10-32 

DRIFTING SOULS 

Dist. — Towej Productions 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — Lois Wilson, Theodore von 
Eltz, Raymond Hatton, Gene 
Gowling, Shirley Grey, Gwinn 
Williams, Mischa Auer, Ed- 
mund Breese, Bryant Wash- 
burn, Edward LeSaint 
Director — Louis King 
Author — Barbara Hunter 
Scenarists — Douglas Doty, Nor- 
man Houston 
Dialoguers — Douglas Doty, Nor- 
man Houston 
Editor — Irving Birnbaum 
Cameraman — William C. Hyer 
Recording Engineer — Corson 

Jowett 
Reviewed — 8-9-32 

DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
Cast — Fredric March, Miriam 
Hopkins. Rose Hobart. Holmes 
Herbert, Halliwell Hobbes. 



Edgar Horton, Arnold Lucy, 

Col. McDonnell, Tempe Pigott 
Director — Rouben Mamoulian 
Author— Robert Louis Stevenson 
Scenarists — Samuel Hoffenstein, 

Percy Heath 
Dialoguers — Samuel Hoffenstein. 

Percy Heath 
Cameraman — Karl Struss 
Reviewed — 1 -3-32 
Released— 1-2-32 

DRUNTER UND DRUEBER 
(German) 

(Upside Down) 

Dist. — Charles Unger 

Running Time — 84 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Lien Deyers, Jakob 

Tiedtke. Ilka Gruening, Hans 
Brausewetter, Johannes Rie- 
mann, Ernst Stahl-Nachbauer, 
Senta Soeneland, Albert Paulig, 
Paul Otto, Hermine Sterler, 
Julius Falkenstein, Paul West- 
ermeyer 

Director — Max Neufeld 

Authors — Jane Bess, Richard 
Arvay 

Scenarists — Jane Bess, Richard 
Arvay 

Dialoguers — Jane Bess. Richard 
Arvay 

Orchestra — Dajos Bela 
Cameraman — Eduard Hoesch 
Recording Engineer — Emil Specht 
Reviewed— 12-23-32 

DYNAMITE DENNY 

Dist. — Mayfair 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast— Jay Wilsey, Blanche Me- 
haffey, William V. Mong, 
Walter Perry, Mathew Betz, 
Fern Emmett 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author— W. Scott Darling 
Editor— Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — C. B. Mills 
Reviewed— 7-8-32 

DYNAMITE RANCH 

Dist.— World-Wide 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast— Ken Maynard, Ruth Hall, 
Alan Roscoe, Arthur Hoyt, 
Martha Mattox, Al Smith, 
George Pearce, John Beck, 
Jack Perrin 
Director — Forrest Sheldon 
Author — Barry Barringer 
Scenarist — Barry Barringer 
Dialoguer — Barry Barringer 
Reviewed— 12-22-32 
Released— 7-31-32 

EAST OF SHANGHAI 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Henry Kendall. Joan 
Barry. Percy Marmont. Betty 
Amann, Elsie Randolph 

Director— Alfred Hitchock 

Author — Dale Collins 

Scenarists — Alma Reville. Val 
Valentine 

Editors — Rene Marrison, Wini- 
fred Cooper 

Cameramen — Charles Martin. 
John Cox 

Recording Engineer — Alex Murray 

Reviewed— 3-27-32 

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1932 RELEASES 



EAGLE OF THE CAUCASUS 

(S) 

Dist. — Amkino 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 

Cast— V. Bestyef, N. Sanof, P. 

Gantarina, N. Aganbekova, V. 

Gunia, A. Takaishvili, G. 

Tchetchelazvili, V. Kriger 
Director— B. A. Mikhin 
Scenarist — Izmail Beiabaj 
Titles — Izmail Beiabaj 
Cameraman — K. A. Kuzneteov 
Reviewed— 9-27-32 
Released— 10-16-32 

EIN AUSGEKOCHTER JUNGE 
(German) 

(The Fast Worker) 
Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 87 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Siegfried Arno, J. Falken- 
stein, Oily Gebauer, Paul 
Westmeier, H. Bender, Albert 
Pauly, K. Huszar-Puffy, H. 
Picha 

Director— Erich Schoenfelder 
Author — Erich Philippi 
Scenarist — Erich Philippi 
Dialoguer — Erich Philippi 
Editor — Barting von Molo 
Cameraman— Willi Winterstein 
Recording Engineer — Charles 

Metain 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 

EIN PRINZ VERLIEBT SICH 

(German) 
(Royal Lovers) 

Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Georg Alexander, Lien 
Deyers, Trude Berliner, Tibor 
von Halmay, Else Reval, Hans 
Junkermann, Ernst Wurmser 

Director — Conrad Wiene 

Authors — Conrad Wiene. Paul 
Beyer 

Scenarists — Conrad Wiene, Paul 
Beyer 

Dialoguers — Conrad Weine, Paul 
Beyer 

Editor— Willi Zeunert 
Cameraman— Karl Drews 
Recording Engineer— Eugen Hnch 
Reviewed — 5-1-32 

EIN WALZER VOM STRAUSS 
(German) 

(A Waltz By Strauss) 
Dist. — Leo Brecher 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Hans Junkermann, Julia 

Serda, Gustav Froelich, Maria 

Paudler 
Director — Conrad Wiene 
Author— Paul Beyer 
Scenarist — Paul Beyer 
Dialoguer — Paul Beyer 
Cameraman — Carl Drews 
Recording Engineer — Eugen Hrich 
Reviewed— 2-14-32 



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EMMA 

Dist. — M-G-M 
Running Time— 72 mins. 
Cast— Marie Dressier, Richard 
Cromwell, Jean Hersholt, 
Myrna Loy, John Miljan, Pur- 
nell B. Pratt, Leila Bennett. 
Barbara Kent. Kathryn Craw- 
ford, George Meeker, Dale 
Fuller, Wilfred Noy, Andre 
Cheron 
Director— Clarence Brown 
Author — Frances Marion 
Scenarist— Leonard Praskins 
Dialoguers — Leonard Praskins, 

Zelda Sears 
Editor — William Levanway 
Cameraman — Oliver T. Marsh 
Recording Engineer — A. 

MacDonald 
Reviewed — 1-3-32 
Released— 1-30-32 

ESCAPADE 

Dist. — Invincible 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast — Anthony Bushell. Sally 
B I a n e , Jameson Thomas, 
Thomas Jackson, Walter Long, 
Carmelita Geraghty, Phillips 
Smalley, David Mir 

Director — Richard Thorpe 

Author — E. T. Lowe 

Scenarist — E. T. Lowe 

Dialoguer — E. T. Lowe 

Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 

Recording Engineer— Pete Clark 

Reviewed— 5-29-32 

Released — 4-1-32 

EVENINGS FOR SALE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Herbert Marshall, Sari 
Maritza, Charlie Ruggles, 
Mary Boland, George Barbier. 
Bert Roach, Lucien Litflefield, 
Clay Clement, Arnold Korff, 
Freeman Wood, Reginald Bar- 
low, Lillian Elliott. Grace 
Hayle, Reginald Pasch, Fred 
Sullivan, Jacques Jou-Jerville 

Director— Stuart Walker 

Author— I. A. R. Wylie 

Scenarists — S. K. Lauren, Agnes 
Brand Leahy 

Cameraman — Harry Fischbeck 

Reviewed— 11-12-32 

EXPERT, THE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 69 mins. 

Cast — Chic Sale, Dickie Moore, 
Lois Wilson, Earle Foxe. Ralf 
Harolde, May Boley, Adrienne 
Dore, Noel Francis, Dorothy 
Wolbert, Louise Beavers, Ben 
Holmes, William Robyns, 
Charles Evans, Walter Catlett, 
Clara Blandick, Zita Moulton. 
Elsa Peterson 

Director — Archie Mayo 

Author — Edna Ferber 

(from "Old Man Minick") 

Scenarists — Julian Josephson, 
Maude Howell 

Dialoguers — Julian Josephson, 
Maude Howell 

Editor — Jim Gibbon 

Cameraman — Bob Kurrle 

Reviewed— 2-28-32 

Released— 3-5-32 

FXPOSED 

Dist. — Eagle Productions 
Running Time — 63 mins. 



Cast— William Collier, Jr.. Bar- 
bara Kent, Raymond Hatton, 
Bobby Hutchins, Walter Mc- 
Grail, Jack Quinn, Roy Stew- 
art, Billy Engels 
Director — Albert Herman 
Author — Mauri Grashin 
Scenarist — Mauri Grashin 
Dialoguer— Mauri Grashin 
Reviewed— 9-24-32 

EXPOSURE 

Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast— Lila Lee. Walter Byron, 
Mary Doran. Bryant Washburn, 
Tully Marshall, Spec O'Don- 
nell, Lee Moran, Pat O'Mal- 
ley, Nat Pendleton 
Director — Norman Houston 
Author — Norman Houston 
Dialoguer — Norman Houston 
Editor— Irving Birnbaum 
Cameraman — Harry Forbes 
Recording Engineer — R. C. 

Clarke 
Reviewed— 8-20-32 

FACE ON THE BARROOM 
FLOOR, THE 

Dist. — Invincible 
Running Time — 66 mins. 
Cast — Dulcie Cooper, Bramwell 
Fletcher, Alice Ward, Phillip 
Smalley, Walter Miller, 
Maurice Black, Eddie Fether- 
stone, Patricia Wing 
Director — Bert Bracken 
Author— Aubrey Kennedy 
Scenarists — Bert Bracken — Barry 

Barringer 
Dialoguer — Aubrey Kennedy 
Cameraman — Bob Kline 
Reviewed— 10-14-32 

FAITHLESS 

Dist. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

Cast — Tallulah Bankhead, Robert 
Montgomery, Hugh Herbert, 
Maurice Murphy, Louise Clos- 
ser Hale, Anna Appel, Law- 
rence Grant, Henry Kolker 

Director — Harry Beaumont 

Author — Mildred Cram 

Scenarist — Carey Wilson 

Editor— Hugh Wynn 

Cameraman — Oliver T. Marsh 

Reviewed— 11-19-32 

Released— 10-15-32 

FALSE FACES 

Dist.— World Wide 

Running Time— 83 mins. 

Cast — Lowell Sherman, Peggy 
Shannon. Lila Lee, Berton 
Churchill, David Landau. 
Harold Waldridge, Geneva 
Mitchell, Oscar Apfel, Miriam 
Seegar, Joyce Compton, Nance 
O'Neil, Edward Martindel, 
Purnell Pratt 

Director — Lowell Sherman 

Authors — Kubec Glasmon, Lle- 
wellyn Hughes 
Editor— Rose Loewinger 

Cameramen — R. O. Binger, 
Theodore McCord 

Reviewed — 1 1 -3-32 

Released— 10-13-32 

FALSE MADONNA 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Kay Francis, William 

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1932 RELEASES 



Boyd, Conway Tearle. John 

Breeden. Marjorie Gateson. 

Charles D. Brown, Almeda 

Fowler 
Director— Stuart Walker 
Author — May Eddington 
Scenarists — Arthur Kober, Ray 

Harris 

Dialoguer — Arthur Kober 
Cameraman — Henry Sharp 
Reviewed — 2-7-32 

FALSE UNIFORMS (S-SE) 

Dist. — Amkino 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

(Produced in Russia I 

Cast — L. Podorozhny, Stephen 
Shagaida, Zinaida Pigulovitch, 
Velentia Rovinskaya, Boris 
Karlash-Nerbitzky, A. Niki- 
tin, Maxim Astafiev 

Director — Faust Lopashinshi 

Authors— Samushkin & Whiting 

Scenarists — Samushin & Whiting 

Cameraman — A. Kaliushny 

Reviewed— 11-23-32 

Released— 11-18-32 

FAMOUS FERGUSON CASE 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Joan Blondell, Tom 
Brown, Adrienne Dore, Walter 
Miller, Leslie Fenton, Vivienne 
Osborne, J. Carroll Naish, Pur- 
nell Pratt, Russell Hopton, 
Kenneth Thomson, Grant Mit- 
chell, Leon Wavcoff. Merriam 
Segar, Willard Robertson, 
George Meeker 

Director — Lloyd Bacon 

Authors— Granville Moore, 
Courtney Terrett 

Scenarists — Courtney Terrett, 
Harvey Thew 

Dialoguers — Courtney Terrett, 
Harvey Thew 

Editor — Howard Bretherton 

Cameraman — Dev Jennings 

Reviewed — 4-24-32 

Released— 5-14-32 

FAREWELL TO ARMS, A 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast— Helen Hayes, Gary Cooper, 
Adolphe Menjou, Mary Philips, 
Jack LaRue, Blanche Friderici, 
Henry Armetta, George Hum- 
bert, Fred Malatesta, Mary 
Forbes. Tom Ricketts, Robert 
Cauterio. Gilbert Emery 
Director — Frank Borzage 
Author — Ernest Hemingway 
Scenarists — Benjamin Glazer, 
Oliver H. P. Garrett, Charles 
Lang 

Recording Engineer — Harold C. 

Lewis 
Reviewed— 12-10-32 

FARGO EXPRESS 

Dist.— World Wide 

Cast — Ken Maynard. Helen 
Mack, Roy Stewart, Paul Fix, 
Bill Desmond, Jack Rockwell, 
Claude Payton. Joe Rickson 

Director — Alan James 

Author— Earle Snell 

Scenarist — Earle Snell 

Released— 11-20-32 



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FASCINATION 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 
Running Time — 55 mins. 
(Produced in England) 
Cast— Madeleine Carroll, Dorothy 
Bartlam, Carl Harbord, Kay 
Hammond, Kenneth Kove, 
Louis Goodrich. Roland Culver 
Director— Miles Mander 
Author— Victor Kendell 
Scenarist— Victor Kendell 
Dialoguer— Victor Kendell 
Cameramen — W. Winterstein, 

H. Wheddon 
Reviewed — 4-10-32 
Released — 4-1-32 

FAST COMPANIONS 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — Tom Brown, James Glea- 
son, Maureen O'Sullivan, Andy 
Devine, Mickey Rooney, Mor- 
gan Wallace, Berton Church- 
ill, Russell Hopton. ArleJta 
Duncan 

Director— Kurt Neumann 

Author— Gerald Beaumont 

Scenarist— Earl Snell 

Dialoguer— Clarence J. Marks 

Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 

Released— 6-23-32 

FAST LIFE 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 84 mins. 

Cast— William Haines. Madge 
Evans, Conrad Nagel, Arthur 
Byron, Cliff Edwards, War- 
burton Gamble, Kenneth 
Thomson, Albert Gran, Ben 
Hendricks 

Director — Harry Pollard 

Author— E. J. Rath (from "Let s 
Go") 

Scenarists — Byron Morgan. Ralph 
Spence 

Dialoguers — Byron Morgan, Ralph 

Spence 
Editor— Hugh Wynn 
Cameraman — Harold Wenstrom 
Reviewed— 12-24-32 
Released— 12-16-32 

FIGHTING CHAMP, THE 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 56 mins. 
Cast— Bob Steele, Arietta Dun- 
can, Charles King, Kit Guard, 
George Chesebro, Frank Bell, 
Lafe McKee, George Hayes. 
Henry Roquemore 
Director — J. P. McCarthy 
Author— Wellyn Totman 
Scenarist— Wellyn Totman 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Reviewed — 12-10-32 

FIGHTING FOOL 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 58 mins. 
Cast — Tim McCoy. Marceline 
Day, William V. Mong. Robert 
Ellis, Arthur Rankin. Dorothy 
Grainger, Harry Todd, Bob 
Kortman, Ethel Wales 
Director — Lambert Hillyer 
Author — Frank Howard Clark 
Scenarist — Frank Howard Clark 
Dialoguer — Frank Howard Clark 
Editor— Otto Meyer 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — Glenn 

Rominger 
Reviewed— 3-27-32 



FIGHTING GENTLEMAN, THE 

Dist. — Freuler Film Associates 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast— William Collier, Jr., Jo- 
sephine Dunn, Natalie Moor- 
head, Crauford Kent, Lee 
Moran, Pat O'Malley, James 
J. Jeffries, Hughie Owens, 
Mildred Rogers, Peggy Graves, 
Paty O'Flynn, Duke Lee 
Director — Fred Newmeyer 
Author — Edward Sinclair 
Scenarist— F. McGrew Willis 
Dialoguer— F. McGrew Willis 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — Theron Kel- 
lum 

Reviewed— 10-4-32 
Released— 10-7-32 

FIGHTING MARSHALL 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — Tim McCoy, Dorothy Gul- 
liver, Mary Carr, Mathew 
Betz, Pat O'Malley, Edward 
LeSaint, Lafe McKee, W. A. 
Howell, Dick Dickinson, Bob 
Perry, Harry Todd 
Director — Ross Lederman 
Author — Frank Howard Clark 
Scenarist — Frank Howard Clark 
Dialoguer — Frank Howard Clark 
Editor— Otto Meyer 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — Homer 

Elmaker 
Reviewed— 2-28-32 

FILE 113 

Dist. — Hollywood Pictures 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — Lew Cody, Mary Nolan. 
William Collier, Jr.. Clara 
Kimball Young. June Clyde. 
George E. Stone. Roy D'Arcy, 
Herbert Bunston, Irving Bacon. 
Craufurd Kent, Harry Cording 
Director — Chester M. Franklin 
Author — Emile Gaboriau 
Scenarist — J. Francis Natteford 
Dialoguer — J. Francis Natteford 
Cameramen — Harry Neuman, 

Tom Gallagher 
Recording Engineer — L. E. Tope 
Reviewed— 2-21-32 

FINAL EDITION 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 66 mins. 
Cast— Pat O'Brien, Mae Clarke, 
Mary Doran, Bradley Page, 
Morgan Wallace, James Don- 
Ian, Phil Tead, Wallie Clark, 
Bertha Mann 
Director — Howard Higgin 
Author — Roy Chanslor 
Scenarist — Dorothy Howell 
Dialoguer — Dorothy Howell 
Editor — Jack Dennis 
Cameraman — Benjamiii Kline 
Recording Engineer — Edward 

Bernds 
Reviewed — 2-28-32 
Released— 2-12-32 

FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast — Joe E. Brown, Evalyn 
Knapp, Lilian Bond, George 



1932 RELEASES 



Meeker, Guy Kibbee, George 
Ernest, Ben Hendricks, Jr., 
Virginia Sale, Frank Shallen- 
bach, Richard Carle, Louis 
Robinson, Curtis Benton 

Director — Lloyd Bacon 

Authors — Robert Lord, Ray 
Enright, Arthur Caesar 

Scenarists — Robert Lord, Ray 
Enright, Arthur Caesar 

Editor — George Marks 

Cameraman — Sol Polito 

Reviewed— 2-21-32 

Released— 2-27-32 

FIRST YEAR 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Janet Gaynor, Charles Far. 
rell, Minna Gombell, Leila 
Bennett. Dudley Digges. Rob- 
ert McWade, George Meeker. 
Maude Eburne, Henry Kolker, 
Elda Fokel 

Director— William K. Howard 

Author — Frank Craven 

Scenarist — Lynn Starling 

Editor — Jack Murray 

Cameraman — Hal Mohr 

Recording Engineer — Albert 
Protzman 

Reviewed — 8-4-32 

Released— 7-31-32 

FLAMES 

Dist. — Monogrmam 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast — John Mack Brown, Noel 
Francis. George Cooper, Mar- 
jorie Beebe, Richard Tucker. 
Russell Simpson. Kit Guard 

Director — Karl Brown 

Reviewed— 8-26-32 

FLESH 

Dist.— M-G-M 
Running Time — 95 mins. 
Cast— Wallace Beery, Karen 
Morley, Ricardo Cortex, Jean 
Hersholt, John Miljan, Vince 
Barnett, Herman Bing, Ed- 
ward Brophy, Greta Meyer 
Director — John Ford 
Author — Edmund Goulding 
Scenarists — Leonard Praskins, 

Edgar Allan Woolf 
Dialoguer — Moss Hart 
Editor— William S. Gray 
Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 
Reviewed— 12-10-32 
Released— 12-9-32 

FOOTSTEPS IN THE NIGHT 

Dist. — Harold Auten 

Running Time— 59 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Benita Hume. Peter Han- 
nen, Harold Huth, Walter 
Armitage, Jack Lambert, Pol- 
lie Emery, Robert English, 
Margery Binner, Frances Ross 
Campbell 

Director — Maurice Elvey 

Author — Mrs. C. Fraser Simson 

Released— 12-15-32 



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Dl RECTOR 
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1933-1934 RELEASES 
SIX EXPLOITATION FEATURES 

"THE HORROR" 
"DANCE HALL DAMES" 
"LUNATIC AT LARGE" 
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FORBIDDEN 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

Cast — Barbara Stanwyck, Adolphe 
Menjou. Ralph Bellamy, Dor- 
othy Peterson, Thomas Jeffer- 
son, Charlotte V. Henry, 
Myrna Freshoots, Tom Rick- 
etts, Halliwell Hobbes 

Director — Frank Capra 

Author — Frank Capra 

Scenarist — Jo Swerling 

Dialoguer — Jo Swerling 

Editor— Maurice Wright 

Cameraman — Joseph Walker 

Recording Engineer — Edward 
Bernds 

Reviewed— 1-17-32 

Released— 1-15-32 

FORBIDDEN COMPANY 

Dist. — Invincible 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast— Sally Blane, John Dar- 
row, John St. Polis, Myrtle 
Stedman, Josephine Dunn, 
Dorothy Christy, Bryant Wash- 
burn, David Durand, Norman 
Drew 

Director — Richard Thorpe 
Author— E. T. Lowe 
Scenarist — E. T. Lowe 
Dialoguer — E. T. Lowe 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Reviewed— 7-1-32 
Released— 6-15-32 

FORBIDDEN TRAIL 

Dist. — Columbia 

Cast — Buck Jones, Barbara 
Weeks, Mary Carr, George 
Cooper, Ed Brady, Frank Rice, 
Al Smith, Frank LaRue, Wong 
Chung, Wallis Clark, Tom 
Forman, Gertrude Howard, 
Dick Rush, Charles Berner 

Director — Lambert Hillyer 

Author — Milton Krims 

Editor— Gene Milford 

Cameraman — L. William O'Con- 
nell 

Recording Engineer — David For- 
rest 

FORGOTTEN COMMAND- 
MENTS 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Sari Maritza. Gene Ray- 
mond. Margaret Churchill, Irv- 
ing Pichel, Harry Beresford, 
Edward Van Sloan, Kent Tay- 
lor, Frankie Evans, John Peter 
Richmond, William Shawahan, 
Joseph Sauers, Boris Bullock. 
Allen Fox, John Deering, 
Harry Cording. Florence 
Shreve, Helen Carlyie 

Directors — Louis Gasnier, 
William Schorr 

Authors — James Bernard Fagan, 
Agnes Brand Leahy 

Scenarists — James Bernard Fagan, 
Agnes Brand Leahy 

Cameraman — Karl Struss 

Reviewed — 6-5-32 

Released— 5-22-32 

FORGOTTEN WOMEN 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time — 69 mins. 

Cast— Marion Shilling, Rex Bell, 
Beryl Mercer, Carmelita Ger- 
aghty, Edna Murphy, Virginia 
Lee Corbin, Edward Earle 

Director — Richard Thorpe 



Authors— Adele Buffington, Wel- 

lyn Totman 
Scenarists — Adele 8uffington, 

Wellyn Totman 
Dialoguers Adele Buffington, 

Wellyn Totman 
Reviewed— 2-28-32 

45 CALIBRE ECHO 

Dist— Robert J. Horner 
Cast— Jack Perrin. Jimmy Au- 
brey, Elinor Fair, Ruth Renick, 
George Chesebro, Dick Cramer, 
Benny Corbett, Alex Francis, 
C. H. Bussey 
Director— Bruce Mitchell 
Author — Carl Krusada 
Scenarist — Carl Krusada 
Dialoguer — Carl Krusada 
Editor— William Austin 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 

FORTY-NINERS, THE 

Dist. — Freuler Film Associates 
Running Time — 59 mins. 
Cast — Tom Tyler, Betty Mack. 
Al Bridge, Fern Emmett, Gor- 
don Wood, Mildred Rogers, 
Fred Ritter, Frank Ball, Flor- 
ence Wells 
Director— J. P. McCarthy 
Author— F. McGrew Willis 
Scenarist— F. McGrew Willis 
Dialoguer — F. McGrew Willis 
Editor— Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Reviewed— 12-14-32 
Released— 10-28-32 

FOURTH HORSEMAN, THE 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast — Tom Mix, Margaret Lind- 
say, Raymond Hatton, Fred 
Kohler, Edward Cobb, Buddy 
Roosevelt, Richard Cramer, 
Harry Allen, Herman Nolan, 
Paul Shawhan, Rosita Marstini, 
Tony 

Director — Hamilton MacFadden 
Author — Nina Wilcox Putnam 
Scenarist — Jack Cunningham 
Cameraman — Dan Clark 
Released— 9-29-32 

FREAKS 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Cast — Wallace Ford, Leila 
Hyams, Olga Baclanova, Rosco 
Ates, Henry Victor, Harry 
Earles, Daisy Earles, Rose 
Dione, Daisy Hilton, Violet 
Hilton, Edward Brophy, Mat 
McHugh 

Director — Tod Browning 

Author— Tod Robbins (From 
"Spurs") 

Scenarists — Willis Goldbeck, Leon 
Gordon 

Dialoguers— Edgar Allan Woolf, 

Al Boasberg 
Editor— Basil Wrangell 
Cameraman — Merritt B. Gerstad 
Recording Engineer— Gavin 

Burns 
Reviewed— 7-9-32 
Released— 2-22-32 

FROM BROADWAY TO 
CHEYENNE 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast — Rex Ball, Marceline Day, 
Robert Ellis, Mathew Betz, 
Huntley Gordon, Roy D'Arcy, 
Glenn Lee, George Hayes, 
Harry Semels, John Elliott 

Director — Harry Fraser 



1932 RELEASES 



Author— Wellyn Totman 
Scenarist — Wellyn Totman 
Editor — Carl Pierson 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Reviewed— 9-23-32 

GABLES MYSTERY 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 67 mins. 
(Produced in England) 

Cast— Lester Matthews, Anne 
Grey, Gerald Rawlinson, 
Charles Farrell. John Turn- 
bull, Arthur Stratton, Herbert 
Ross, Kenneth Kove, Minnie 
Rayner 

Director — Harry Hughes 

Authors— Jack Celestin, Jack 
DeLion, Victor Kendall 

Scenarists — Jack Celestin, Jack 
DeLion, Victor Kendall 

Dialoguers — Jack Celestin, Jack 
DeLion. Victor Kendall 

Editor— A. R. Gobbett 

Cameraman — H. E. Palmer 

Reviewed — 4-3-32 

Released— 2-15-32 

GALLOPING THRU 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time — 55 mins. 

Cast — Tom Tyler, Betty Mack, 

Al Bridge, Stanley Blystone. 

G. D. Woods, John Elliott, Si 

Jenks 

Director — Lloyd Nosier 
Author — Wellyn Totman 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineers — Balsley and 

Phillips 
Reviewed — 2-7-32 

GAMBLING SEX 

Dist. — Freuler Film Associates 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast— Ruth Hall, Grant Withers. 
Maston Williams, John St. 
Polis, Jean Porter, Jimmy 
Eagles. Murdock MacQuarrie 
Director — Fred Newmeyer 
Author— F. McGrew Willis 
Scenarist— F. McGrew Willis 
Dialoguer— F. McGrew Willis 
Editor— Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Reviewed— 12-14-32 
Released— 11 -21 -32 

GAY BUCKAROO 

Dist. — Hollywood Pictures 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast — Hoot Gibson, Merna Ken- 
nedy, Roy D'Arcy, Edward 
Peil, Charles King, Lafe Mc- 
Kee, Sidney de Grey 
Director — Phil Rosen 
Author — Lee R. Brown 
Scenarist — Philip Graham White 
Dialoguer— Philip Graham White 
Editor — Mildren Johnston 
Cameraman — Harry Neumann 
Recording Engineer — L. E. Tope 
Reviewed — 1-17-32 

GAY CABALLERO 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast— George O'Brien, Victor 
McLaglen. Conchita Monte- 
negro. Linda Watkins, C. 
Henry Gordon, Weldon Hey- 



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BOOK UNITED ARTISTS PICTURES! 



"WHITE ZOMBIE" with BELA LUGOSI 

Pioduced by the Halperin Brothers. Directed by Victor Holperin. 

DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS , n "MR. ROBINSON CRUSOE" 

Director, Edward Sutherland. With Maria Alba and William Farnum. 

JOAN CRAWFORD ,„ "RAIN" 

By W.Somerset Maugham. Directed by Lewis Milestone. With Walter Huston. 
SAMUEL GOLDWYN'S production of 

EDDIE CANTOR ,« "THE KID FROM SPAIN" 
GLORIA SWANSON //'PERFECT UNDERSTANDING" 

With Laurence Olivier, John Halliday, Sir Nigel Playfair, Michael Farmer and Genevieve Tobin. 

SAMUEL GOLDWYN'S production of 

RONALD COLMAN f „ "CYNARA" HHSffs 

Bosed on the stage hit "Cynara". With Phyllis Barry ond Henry Stephenson. Directed by King Vidor. 

AL JOLSON ,„ "HALLELUJAH, I'M A BUM!" 

Directed by lewis Milestone. With Madge Evans, Frank Morgan and Harry langdon. 

JACK BUCHANAN „ "MAGIC NIGHT" 

Directed by Herbert Wilcox. With Anna Neagle and Gina Malo. 

"JADE" starrin 9 RICHARD HALLIBURTON 

A Walter Futter production 

SAMUEL GOLDWYN'S production of 

RONALD COLMAN m "THE MASQUERADER" 
"I COVER THE WATERFRONT" m'.u^ 

With Claudette Colbert, Richard Arlen and Ernest Torrence. 

MARY PICKFORD m "SECRETS" 

With Leslie Howard ond C. Aubrey Smith. Directed by Frank Borzage. 



JIMMY DURANTE ,„ "JOE PALOOKA" 

Based on the cartoon strip by "Ham" Fisher. 
Walt Disney's Walt Disney's 

NEW MICKEY MOUSE SILLY SYMPHONIES in color 

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UNITED 
ARTISTS 



burn. Willard Robertson, 
Martha Garralaga, Juan Tor- 
ena 

Director— Alfred Worker 
Author — Tom Gill 

(from "Gay Bandit") 
Scenarists — Philip Klein, Barry 

Connors 

Dialoguers — Philip Klein, Barry 

Connors 
Editor— Al DeGateno 
Cameraman — George Schneider- 
man 

Recording Engineer — Eugene 

Reviewed— 2-14-32 
Released— 2-28-32 

GET THAT GIRL 

Dist. — Mercury Pictures 
Running Time— 61 mins. 
Cast— Richard Talmadge, Shirley 
Grev, Carl Stockdale, Fred 
Malatesta, Jimmy Guilfoyle, 
Lloyd Ingram. Geneva Mit- 
chell, Victor Stanford, Billy 
Jones 

Director — George Crone 
Author— Charles R. Condon 
Scenarist — Charles R. Condon 
Dialoguer— Charles R. Condon 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
Released— 7-1-32 

GHOST CITY 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast — Bill Coyd, Andy Shuford. 
Helen Foster, Walter Miller, 
Kate Campbell. Charles King, 
Walter Shumway. Jack Car- 
lyle 

Director — Harry Fraser 
Author — Harry Fraser 
Scenarist— Harry Fraser 
Dialoguer— Harry Fraser 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineers— Balsley 

and Phillips 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 
Released— 1-10-32 

GHOST VALLEY 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast — Tom Keene, Merna Ken- 
nedy, Mitchell Harris, Billy 
Franey, Harry Bowen, Kate 
Campbell,, Ted Adams. Al 
Taylor, Harry Semels, Buck 
Moulton 
Director — Fred Allen 
Author — Adele Buffington 
Scenarist— Adele Buffington 
Dialoguer— Adele Buffington 
Cameraman — Ted McCord 
Reviewed — 8-12-32 
Released— 5-18-32 

GIRL CRAZY 

Dist.— RKO Radio 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Bert Wheeler, Robert 
Woolsey, Eddie Quillan, Mitzi 
Green, Kitty Kelly, Arline 
Judge, Dorothy Lee, Stanley 
Fields, Brooks Benedict, Lita 
Chrevet, Chris Pin Martin, 
Monte Collins 
Director— William A. Seiter 
Authors — Guy Bolton, George 
Gershwin, Ira Gershwin 



Scenarists — Tim Whelan, Herman 
Mankiewicz 

Dialoguers— Tim Whelan, Her- 
man Mankiewicz, Edward 
Welch. Walter DeLeon 

Editor— Artie Roberts 

Cameraman — J. Roy Hunt 

Recording Engineer— Hugh 
McDowell 

Reviewed— 3-27-32 

Released— 3-25-32 

GIRL FROM CALGARY, THE 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Fifi D'Orsay, Paul Kelly, 
Astrid Allwyn. Robert War- 
wick, Edward Featherstone, 
Ed Maxwell 

Directors — Phil Whitman, Leon 
D'Usseau 

Authors — Leon D'Usseau, Sig 
Schlager 

Scenarists — Leon D'Usseau, Sig 
Schlager 

Dialoguers — Leon D'Usseau, Sig 

Schlager 
Cameraman — Harry Neumann 
Reviewed— 11-17-32 

GIRL OF THE RIO 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Dolores Del Rio, Leo Car- 
rillo, Norman Foster, Ralph 
Ince, Lucile Gleason, Edna 
Murphy, Stanley Fields, Frank 
Campeau, Roberta Gale 

Director — Herbert Brenon 

Author— Willard Mack 
(from "The Dove") 

Scenarist— Elizabeth Meehan 

Dialoguer — Elizabeth Meehan 

Editor— Artie Roberts 

Cameraman — Leo Tover 

Recording Engineer — John Tribby 

Reviewed — 1-10-32 

Released— 1-22-32 

GITTA ENTDECKT IHR 
HERZ (German) 

(Gitta Discovers Her Heart) 

Dist.— World's Trade Exchange 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Gitta Alpar, Gustav Froe- 
lich. Paul Kemp, Leonard 
Steckel, Tibor von Halmay, 
Oscar Sabo, Blandine Ebinger 

Director — Carl Froelich 

Author — Tilde Foerster 

Scenarists — Dr. J. Brandt, Erich 
Faber 

Dialoguers — Dr. J. Brandt, Erich 

Faber 
Reviewed— 10-1-32 

GLORIA (German) 
Dist. — Tobis 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Gustav Froehhch, Brigitte 
Helm, Rolf Drucker, Fritz 
Kampers, Hugo Fischer-Koeppe, 
Hedwig Wangel, Paul Henk- 
els, Olibia Fried, Luigi Bern- 
auer 

Director — Hans Behrend 
Author — Franz Schultz 
Reviewed— 10-29-32 

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1932 RELEASES 



GOETHE'S JUGENDGELIEBTE 

(German) 
(Goethe's Young Love) 
Dist.— New Era Film Ex. 
Running Time — 87 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Hans Stuewe, Elga Brink 
Director — Hans Tintner 
Author — Hans Tintner 
Scenarist — Hans Tintner 
Dialoguer — Hans Tintner 
Editor — Hans Tintner 
Cameraman — Fred Fuglsand 
Reviewed— 12-28-32 

GOLD 

Dist. — Majestic Pictures 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Jack Hoxie, Alice Day, 
Hooper Atchley, Matthew 
Betz, Lafe McKee, Jack Clif- 
ford, Tom London, Robert 
Kortman, Jack Byron 

Director — Otto Brower 

Author— Jack Natteford 

Scenarist— Scott Darling 

Editor — S. Roy Luby 

Cameramen — Art Reed. Charles 
Marshall 

Recording Engineer — Earl Crain 
Reviewed— 10-5-32 

GOLDEN MOUNTAINS 
(Russian) 
Dist.— Amkino 
Running Time— 95 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 
Cast — Boris Poslavsky, J. V. 

Korvin-Krukovsky, B. Fedosiev, 

I. Shtraukh, E. Tenin, N. 

Razumova, F. Slavsky, M. 

Michurin, F. Sholkevsky, B. 

Chirkov, S. Kruitov 
Director— Sergie Yutkeviteh 
Authors— A. Mikhailovsky, V. 

Nedobrovo, S. Yutkeviteh, I. 

Arnshtem 
Scenarists — A. Kikhailovsky, V. 

Nedobrovo, S. Yutkeviteh, I. 

Arnshtem 
Dialoguers — A. Mikhailovsky, V. 

Nedobrovo. S. Yutkeviteh, I. 

Arnshtem 
Cameraman — I. Martov 
Reviewed— 4-17-32 
Released— 4-14-32 

GOLDEN WEST, THE 
Dist— Fox 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — George O'Brien, Janet 
Chandler, Marion Burns, Ar- 
thur Pierson, Onslow Stevens, 
Emmett Corrigan, Bert Han- 
Ion, Edmund Breese, Ju.ia 
Swayne Gordon, Dorothy Ward, 
Hattie McDaniels, George 
Rigas, Sam Adams Ed Dillon 

Director — David Howard 

Author — Zane Grey 

Scenarist — Gordon Rigby 



Charles Rosher 

CINEMATOGRAPHER 




"OUR BETTERS" 

"ROCKABYE" 

"TWO AGAINST THE WORLD" 

"WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD?" 




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Cameraman — George Schneider- 
man 

Recording Engineer — Barney 

Freericks 
Reviewed— 12-3-32 
Released— 10-30-32 

GOONA-GOONA 

Di«t. — First Division 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Reviewed — 8-20-32 

GORILLA SHIP 

Dist.— Mayfair 
Running Time — 52 mins. 
Cast— Ralph Ince, Vera Rey- 
nolds, Reed Howes, Wheeler 
Oakman, James Bradbury, Jr., 
George Chesebro, Ben Hall 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author — George Wagner 
Scenarist — George Wagner 
Dialoguer — George Wagner 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — C. B. Mills 
Reviewed— 7-20-32 

GRAND HOTEL 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 105 mins. 

Cast — Greta Garbo, John Barry- 
more, Joan Crawford, Wallace 
Beery, Lionel Barrymore, 
Lewis Stone, Jean Hersholt, 
Robert McWade, Purnell B. 
Pratt, Ferdinand Gottschalk, 
Rafaela Ottiano, Morgan Wal- 
lace, Tully Marshall, Frank 
Conroy, Murray Kinnell, Edwin 
Maxwell 

Director — Edmund Goulding 

Author — Vicki Baum 

Scenarist — William A. Drake 

Editor — Blanche Sewell 

Cameraman — William Daniels 

Reviewed — 4-17-32 

Released— 9-10-32 

GREEKS HAD A WORD FOR 
THEM, THE 

Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 79 mins. 
Cast— Ina Claire, Madge Evans, 

Joan Blondell, David Manners, 

Lowell Sherman, Phillips 

Smalley, Sidney Bracy 
Director— Lowell Sherman 
Author — Zoe Akins 
Scenarist — Sidney Howard 
Dialoguer — Sidney Howard 
Editor— Stuart Heisler 
Cameraman — George Barnes 
Recording Engineer — Frank 

Maher 
Reviewed — 2-7-32 
Released— 2-13-32 

GUILTY AS HELL 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 81 mins. 

Cast — Edmund Lowe, Victor Mc- 
Laglen, Richard Arlen, Adri- 
enne Ames, Henry Stephenson 
Ralph Ince, Noel Francis, Eliza- 
beth Patterson, Arnold Lucy, 
Willard Robertson, William 
B. Davidson, Richard Tucker, 
Claire Dodd, Fred Kelsey, 
Earl Pingree, Lillian Harmer, 
Gordon Westcott, Charles Syl- 
ber, Harold Berquist, Elsa 
Peterson, Clifford Dempsey, 
Oscar Smith 

Director— Erie Kenton 



Author — Daniel L. Rubin (from 

"Riddle Me This") 
Scenarists — Arthur Kober, Frank 

Partos 

Cameraman — Karl Struss 
Reviewed — 8-6-32 

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY 

Dist. — Monogram 

Cast — Betty Compson, Claudia 
Dell, Tom Douglas, George 
Irving, Wheeler Oakman, Luis 
Alberni, Walter Percival, Wil- 
liam P. Davidson, Erin La- 
Bessoniere 

Director — Al Ray 

Author— Arthur Hoerl 

Scenarist — Frances Hyland 

Cameramen — Harry Neumann, 
Tom Gallaghan 

Reviewed— 12-10-32 

HALF-NAKED TRUTH, THE 

Dist. — Radio 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast — Lupe Velez, Lee Tracy. 
Eugene Pallette, Frank Mor- 
gan, Bob McKenzie, James 
Dcnlon, Shirley Chambers, 
Charles Dow Clark 

Director — Gregory LaCava 

Authors— Ben Markson, H. N. 
Swanson (Title from the story, 
"Phantom Fame," by Harry 
Reichenbach 

Scenarists — Bartlett Cormack, 
Corey Ford 

Editor— C. L. Kimball 

Cameraman — Bert Glennon 

Recording Engineer — John Tribby 

Reviewed— 12-31-32 

Released— 12-16-32 

HANDLE WITH CARE 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 73 mins. 

Cast — James Dunn, Boots Mal- 
lory, El Brendel, Buster Phelps, 
George Ernest, Victor Joy, Pat 
Hartigan, Arthur Vinton, Frank 
O'Connor 

Director — David Butler 

Author — David Butler 

Scenarists — Frank Craven, Sam 
Mintz 

Dialoguers — Frank Craven, Sam 
Mintz 

Cameraman — John Schmitz 
Recording Engineer— A. W. Profz- 
man 

Reviewed — 1 2-24-32 
Released— 12-25-32 

HAT CHECK GIRL 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast — Sally Eilers, Ben Lyon, 
Ginger Rogers, Monroe Owsley, 
Arthur Pierson, Noel Madison, 
Dewey Robinson, Harold Good- 
win, Eulalie Jensen, Purnell 
Pratt 

Director — Sidney Lanfield 
Author — Rian James 
Scenarists — Philip Klein, Barry 
Conners 

Cameraman — Glenn MacWilliams 
Recording Engineer — W. F. Flick 
Reviewed— 9-23-32 
Released— 9-25-32 

HATCHET MAN 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

Cast — Edward G. Robinson, 



1932 RELEASES 



Loretta Young, Dudley Digges, 
Leslie Fenton, Edmund Breese, 
Tully Marshall, Noel Madison, 
Blanche Frederici. J. Carroll 
Naish. Toshia Mori. Charles 
Middleton, Ralph Ince, Otto 
Yamicka, Evelyn Selbie, E. 
Allyn Warren, Eddie Piel, 
Willie Fung, Anna Chang. 
Director— William A. Wellman 
Authors — Achmed Abdullah, 

David Belasco 
Original Title — "Honorable Mr. 
Wong" 

Scenarist — J. Grubb A'exander 
Dialoguer — J. Grubb Alexander 
Editor— Owen Marks 
Cameraman — Sid Hickox 
Reviewed— 2-7-32 
Released— 2-6-32 

HAUNTED GOLD 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 58 mins. 
Cast— John Wayne, Sheila Terry, 
Erville Alderson, Harry Woods, 
Otto Hoffman, Martha Mat- 
tox, Blue Washington 
Director— Mack V. Wright 
Author — Adele Buffington 
Scenarist— Adele Buffington 
Dialoguer — Adele Buffington 
Editor — William Clemens 
Cameraman — Nick Musuraca 
Released— 12-17-32 

HEAD HUNTERS OF PAPUA 

Dist. — Reliance Pictures 
Running Time — 45 mins. 
Reviewed — 9-7-32 

HEART OF NEW YORK 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast— Joe Smith, Charles Dale, 

George Sidney, Anna Appel, 

Ruth Hall, Aline MacMahon, 

Ann Brody, Harold Waldridge. 

Marion Byron, Donald Cook, 
Oscar Apfel, George MacFarlane, 

Charles Coleman 
Director — Mervyn LeRoy 
Author — David Freedman 
Original Title — "Mendel, Inc." 
Scenarists — Arthur Caesar, 

Houston Branch 
Dialoguers — Arthur Caesar, 

Houston Branch 
Editor — Perry Morse 
Cameraman — James Van Trees 
Reviewed — 3-6-32 
Released— 3-26-32 

HEART PUNCH 

Dist. — Mayfair 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — Lloyd Hughes, Marion 
Shilling, George Lewis, 
Wheeler Oakman, Mae Busch, 
Walter Miller, Gordon De- 
Main, James Leong 
Director — Breezy Eason 
Author — Frank Howard Clark 
Scenarist — John Thomas Neville 
Dialoguer — John Thomas Neville 
Editor — Jeanne Spencer 
Cameraman — George Meeban 
Reviewed— 10-18-32 



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SEASON 

Series of 15 Melodramatic Productions 
ALL CLASS PICTURES 

The Woman Decides Limping Man 

Why Saps Leave Home Keepers of Youth 

Strictly Business Her Strange Desire 

Shadow Between Gables Mystery 

My Wife's Family Fascination 

Men Like These East of Shanghai 

Carmen Bridegroom for Two 

Last Release 
"THE MAN WHO WON'' 
Played Roxy Theatre 7th Ave. 

Produced by British International Pict., Ltd. 

POWERS PICTURES, INC. 

P. A. Powers 
723 7th Ave., New York City 



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HEARTS OF HUMANITY 

Dist. — Majestic 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast — Jean Hersholt, Jackie 
Searl, J. Farrell MacDonald, 
Claudia Dell, Charles Delaney, 
Lucille LaVerne, Dick Wal- 
lace, George Humbert, Betty 
Jane Graham, John Vosberg, 
Tom McGuire 

Director — Christy Cabanne 

Author — Olga Printzlau 

Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 

Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 

Editor — Don Lindberg 

Cameraman — Charles Stumar 

Reviewed— 9-21-32 

HEIMATERDE (German) 
(The Land of My Country) 
Dist. — Transcontinental Pictures 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Hans Adalbert Schlettow, 

Maria Solveg, Mary Kid, Ed- 

uard von Winterstein 
Director — Constantin David 
Cameramen — Montuori & Deluca 
Reviewed— 11-11-32 

HE LEARNED ABOUT 
WOMEN 

Dist. — Paramount 

Cast — Stuart Erwin, Susan Flem- 
ing, Alison Skipworth, Gordon 
Westcott. Grant Mitchell, Sid- 
ney Toler, Tom Ricketts. 
Claude King, Gertrude Nor- 
man, Gertrude Messinger, 
Geneva Mitchell, Dorothy 
Granger, Irving Bacon 

Director — Lloyd Corrigan 

Author — Lloyd Corrigan 

Scenarists — Harlan Thompson, 
Ray Harris 

Cameraman — Charles Lang 

HELL FIRE AUSTIN 

Dist— Tiffany 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Ken Maynard, Ivy Merton, 
Nat Pendleton, Alan Roscoe, 
Jack Perrin, William Robyns, 
Fargo Bussey,. Lafe McKee, 
Charles LeMoyne 

Director — Forrest Sheldon 

Author — Forrest Sheldon 

Scenarists — Betty Burbridge, For- 
est Sheldon 

Cameramen — Ted McCord, Joe 
Novak 

Recording Engineers— H. R. Hob- 
son, Don Peters 
Reviewed — 6-22-32 
Released— 6-26-32 

HELLO TROUBLE 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — Buck Jones, Lina Bas- 
quette, Russ&ll Simpson, Otto 
Hoffman, Wallace MacDonald, 
Alan Roscoe, Morgan Gallo- 
way, Ruth Warren, Frank Rice, 
Lafe McKee, Ward Bond, Al 
Smith, "Spec" O'Donnell 
Director — Lambert H 1 1 Iyer 
Author — Lambert Hillyer 
Scenarist — Lambert Hillyer 
Dialoguer — Lambert Hillyer 
Editor— Gene Milford 



Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — George 

Cooper 
Reviewed— 10-12-32 

HELL'S HEADQUARTERS 

Dist. — Mayfair Pictures 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast— Jack Mulhall, Barbara 
Weeks, Frank Mayo, Phillips 
Smalley, Fred Parker, Everett 
Brown 

Director — Andrew L. Stone 
Author— Morton S. Parker 
Scenarist — Morton S. Parker 
Dialoguer — Morton S. Parker 
Editor — Frank Atkinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — Earl N. 

Crane 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
15-32 



HELL'S HIGHWAY 
Dist. — RKO 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Richard Dix, Tom Brown, 
Rochelle Hudson, Louise Car- 
ter, C. Henry Gordon, Oscar 
Apfel, Warner Richmond, 
Sandy Roth, Charles Middle- 
ton, Clarence Muse, Stanley 
Fields, Jed Kiley, Fuzzy 
Knight, Bert Starkey, Bob 
Perry, Harry Smith, Edward 
Hart, John Lester Johnson 

Director — Rowland Brown 

Authors — Rowland Brown. Sam- 
uel Ornitz, Robert Tasker 

Scenarists — Rowland Brown, 
Samuel Ornitz, Robert Tasker 

Dialoguers — Rowland Brown, 
Samuel Ornitz, Robert Tasker 

Editor— William Hamilton 

Cameraman — Edward Cronjager 

Recording Engineer — John Tribby 

Reviewed— 9-27-32 

Released— 9-23-32 

HELL'S HOUSE 

Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast — Junior Durkin, Pat 
O'Brien, Bette Davis, Junior 
Coughlan, Charles Grapewin, 
Emma Dunn, Morgan Wallace, 
Hooper Atchley, Wallace 
Clark, James Marcus, Mary 
Alden 

Director — Howard Higgin 
Author — Howard Higgin 
Scenarists — Paul Gangelin, B. 

Harrison Orkow 
Dialoguers — Paul Gangelin, B. 

Harrison Orkow 
Editor — Edward Schroeder 
Cameraman — Allen S. Siegel 
Reviewed — 2-14-32 

HER MAD NIGHT 

Dist. — Mayfair 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast — Irene Rich, Conway Tearle, 
Mary Carlisle, Kenneth Thom- 
son, William B. Davison 
Director — E. Mason Hopper 
Author — John Thomas Neville 
Scenarist — John Thomas Neville 
Dialoguer — John Thomas Neville 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Reviewed— 10-12-32 



1932 RELEASES 



HER STRANGE DESIRE 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Laurence Oliver, Nora 
Swinburne, Norman McKinnell, 
Guy Newall, Ronald Frankau, 
Elso Lanchester, Henry Wen- 
man 

Director — Maurice Elvey 
Author— Edgar Middleton 
Original Title— "Potiphar's Wife 
Scenarist— Edgar Middleton 
Reviewed— 8-5-32 

HERZBLUT (German) 
(Heartblood) 

Dist.— Transcontinental Pictures 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
(Produced in Italy) 
Cast— Renate Mueller, Gustav 
Froehlich, Kitty Berger Karl 
Walter Meyer, Fritz Alberti, 
Frigger Braut. 
Director — Constantin David 
Author — Luigi Pirandello 
Cameraman — Ubaldo Arata 
Reviewed — 10-4-32 

HIGH PRESSURE 

Dist — Warner Bros. 
Running Time— 74 mins. 
Cast— William Powell, Evelyn 
Brent, George Sidney, Frank 
McHugh, Guy Kibbee, Evalyn 
Knapp, Ben Alexander, Harry 
Beresford, John Wray, Charles 
Judels, Luis Alberni, Lucien 
Littlefield, Charles Middleton, 
Alison Skipworth, Lilian Bond, 
Maurice Black. Bobby Watson, 
Oscar Apfel, Polly Walters 
Director— Mervyn LeRoy 
Author— S. J. Peters 
Original Title — "Hot Money ' 
Scenarist— Joseph Jackson 
Dialoguer — Joseph Jackson 
Editor — Ralph Dawson 
Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 
Reviewed — 1 -31-32 
Released— 1-30-32 

HIGH SPEED 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast— Buck Jones, Loretta Say- 

ers, Wallace MacDonald. 

Mickey McGuire, Ed LeSaint, 

William Walling, Ward Bond, 

Dick Dickinson. Martin Faust. 

Joe Bordeau. Pat O'Malley, Ed 

Chandler 
Director — D. Ross Lederman 
Author — Harold Shumate 
Scenarist— Adele Buffington 
Dialoguer— Adele Buffington 
Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer — George 

Cooper 
Reviewed — 4-10-32 



HIRSEKORN GREIFT EIN 
(German) 

(Hirsekorn Butts In) 
Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 85 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 



155 




Gustav Brock 
Acad. M. P. Arts & Scs. 
Soc. M. P. Engineers 
Officer d'Academie de France 



Color 

enhances, emphasizes and explains 
and it beautifies 

Color 

is an asset which wisely should be 
considered as essential to the mod- 
ern production as sound and music. 




UNiversity 4-2073 



BEN VERSCHLEISER 

PRODUCER 

€) 

"BREACH OF PROMISE" 

(Co-starring Chester Morris and Mae Clarke) 



156 



Cast — Charlotte Susa, Felix 
Bressart, Rolf von Goth, Rosa 
Valetti, Truus van Aalten, 
Albert Paulig, Carl Zeske. 
Annie Rosar, Paul Bresig, 
Walter Jura, Richard Walde- 
mar 

Director — Rodolf Bernauer 
Author — Rudolf Bernauer 
Scenarist — Rudolf Oesterreicher 
Dialoguer — Rudolf Oesterreicher 
Editor — Andrew Marfon 
Cameraman — Ewald Daub 
Reviewed— 6-15-32 

HOLD EM JAIL 

Dist. — RKO Radio 
Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast— Bert Wheeler, Robert 
Woolsey, Edna May Oliver, 
Rosco Ates, Edgar Kennedy. 
Betty Grable, Paul Hurst, 
Warren Hymer, Robert Arm- 
strong 

Director — Norman Taurog 
Authors— Tim Whelan, Lew 
Lipton 

Scenarists— S. J. Perelman, Wal- 
ter DeLeon, Mark Sandrich, 
Albert Ray 

Editor— Archie Roberts 

Cameraman — Len Smith 

Reviewed— 8-20-32 

Released— 9-2-32 

HOLLYWOOD SPEAKS 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast — Genevieve Tobin, Pat 
O'Brien, Lucien Prival, Rita 
LaRoy, Ralf Harolde, Leni 
Stengel, Anderson Lawlor. 
Director— Eddie Buzzell 
Author — Norman Krasna 
Scenarists — Norman Krasna, Jo 
Swerling 

Dialoguers — Norman Krasna, Jo 

Swerling 
Editor — Gene Havelick 
Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer — Edward 

Bernds 
Reviewed — 7-1-32 

HONOR OF THE MOUNTED 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — $3 mins. 
Cast — Tom Tyler, Stanley Bly- 
stone, Francis McDonald, G. 
D. Wood, Arthur Millett, 
William Dwire, Cecila Ryland, 
Theodore Lorch, Charles King 
Director — Harry Fraser 
Author — Harry Fraser 
Dialoguer — Harry Fraser 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineer — Balsley & 

Phillips 
Reviewed — 9-29-32 

HONOR OF THE PRESS 

Dist.— Mayfair 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Edward J. Nugent, Rita 
LaRoy, Wheeler Oakman, 
Dorothy Gulliver, Russell 
Simpson, John Ince, Reginald 
Simpson, Franklin Parker, 
Franklyn Farnum, Vivian 
Fields, Charles K. French. 

Director — Reeves Eason 

Authors — M. L. Simmons, J. K. 
Foster 



Scenarist— John Thomas Neville 
Dialoguer — John Thomas Neville 
Editor — Frank Ware 
Cameraman — Ernest Miller 
Reviewed— 7-14-32 

HORSE FEATHERS 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Four Marx Brothers 
(Groucho, Harpo, Chico and 
Zeppo), Thelma Todd, David 
Landau, Florine McKinney. 
James Pierce, Nat Pendleton, 
Reginald Barlow, Robert Grieg 

Director — Norman McLeod 

Authors — Bert Kalmar, Harry 
Ruby, S. J. Perelman 

Music Cr Lyrics — Kalmar & Ruby 

Cameraman — Ray June 

Reviewed— 8-12-32 



HOTEL CONTINENTAL 

Dist.— World-Wide 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast — Peggy Shannon, Theodore 
Von Eltz, Alan Mowbray, J. 
Farrell MacDonald, Rockcliffe 
Fellowes, Ethel Clayton, Henry 
B. Walthall, Bert Roach, Wil- 
liam Scott 
Director — Christy Cabanne 
Authors— F. Hugh Herbert, Paul 
Perez 

Scenarists — Warren B. Duff, F. 

Hugh Herbert, Paul Perez 
Dialoguers — F. Hugh Herbert, 

Paul Perez 
Editor — Rose Loweinger 
Cameraman — Ira Morgan 
Recording Engineer — Corson 

Jowett 
Reviewed — 3-20-32 
Released— 2-21-32 

HOT SATURDAY 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Cary Grant, Nancy Car- 
roll, Randolph Scott, Edward 
Woods, Lillian Bond, William 
Collier, Sr., Jane Darwell, 
Rita LaRoy, Rose Coughlan, 
2nd, Oscar Apfel, Jessie Ar- 
nold, Grady Sutton 
Director — William Seiter 
Author — Harvey Ferguson 
Scenarists — Seton I. Miller, 
Josephine Lovett, Joseph 
Moncure March 
Cameraman — Arthur L. Todd 
Reviewed — 11-5-32 

HOUND OF THE BASKER- 
VILLES 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time — 72 mins. 

(Produced in England) 
Cast — John Stuart, Reginald 
Bach, Robert Rendel, Fred 
Lloyd, Heather Angel, Wil- 
fred Shine, Sybil Jane, Henry 
Hallett. Elizabeth Vaughan 
Director — V. Gareth Gundrey 
Author — Arthur Conan Doyle 
Scenarist — Edgar Wallace 
Dialoguer — Edgar Wallace 
Editor — Ian Dalrymple 
Cameraman — Bernard Knowles 
Reviewed^-10-32 
Released— 4-15-32 



1932 RELEASES 



HOUSE DIVIDED, A 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Walter Huston, Kent 

Douglass, Helen Chandler, 

Vivien Oakland, Frank Hagney 
Director— William Wyler 
Author — Olive Edens 
Scenarists — John B. Clymer, 

Dale Van Every 
Dialoguer — John Huston 
Cameraman — Charles Stumar 
Recording Engineer — C. Roy 

Hunter 
Reviewed— 1-10-32 

HOUSE OF DEATH (Russian) 
Dist. — Amkino 
Running Time — 76 mins. 
(Produced in Russia) 
Cast— N. P. Chmelioff, N. A. 

Podgorny, N. M. Radin, N. 

M. Viteftof, G. P. Kuznetzov, 

V. V. Belokourov 
Director — V. F. Federov 
Author — F. M. Dostoievski 
Scenarist — Victor Schklowski 
V. M. Pronin 
Reviewed— 8-13-32 
Released— 8-12-32 

HUDDLE 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 104 mins. 

Cast — Ramon Novarro, Madge 
Evans, Una Merkel, Ralph 
Graves, John Arledge, Frank 
A'bertson, Kane Richmond, 
Martha Sleeper, Henry Ar- 
metta, Ferike Boros, Rock- 
cliffs Fellowes, Joe Sauers 

Director — Sam Wood 

Author— Francis Wallace 

Scenarists — Robert Lee Johnson, 
Arthur S. Hyman 

Dialoguer— Walter Hall Smith, 
C. Gardner Sullivan 

Editor— Hugh Wynn 

Cameraman — Harold Wenstrom 

Reviewed— 5-29-32 

Released— 5-14-32 

HUMAN TARGETS 

Dist.— Big 4 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

Cast — Buzz Barton, Francis X. 
Bushman, Jr.. Pauline Parker, 
Franklyn Farnum, Edward 
Cobb, Ted Adams, Leon Kent, 
Nanci Price, Helen Gibson, 
John Ince, Edgar Lewis, Fred 
Toones 

Director — J. P. McGowan' 
Author — George Morgan 
Scenarist — George Morgan 
Dialoguer — George Morgan 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — George 

Hutchins 
Reviewed — 1 -24-32 
Released— 1-10-32 

HURRA- EIN JUNGE! 
(German) 
(Hurray! A Boy!) 
Dist.— Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 85 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 



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ALAN 
JAMES 

Director 



"COME ON TARZAN" 

(Ken Maynard) 
♦ 

"FARGO EXPRESS" 

(Ken Maynard) 
♦ 

TOMBSTONE CANYON" 

(Ken Maynard) 
♦ 

"PHANTOM 

THUNDERBOLT" 

(Ken Maynard) 
♦ 

"THE LONE AVENGER" 

(Ken Maynard) 



LET'ER BUCK! 

KEN 
MAYNARD 




KEN MAYNARD 
Pr o ductions 

for 

UNIVERSAL 
PICTURES 



158 



Cast— Max Adalbert, Ida Wucst. 
Lucie Englisch, Fritz Schuli, 
Jessie Vihrog, Georg Alex- 
ander, Ralph Arthur Roberts, 
Lotfe Lorring, Vicky Wer- 
keister, H. H. Schaufuss 
Director — Georg Jacoby 
Authors — Arnold and Bach 
Scenarists — R. Arvay, St. Nihaly 
Dialoguer — Dr. Johannes Brandt 
Editor— R. Bleines 
Cameraman — Willi Goldberger 
Recording Engineer — F. Schroeder 
Reviewed — 6-24-32 

HUSBAND'S HOLIDAY 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 69 mins. 

Cast — Clive Brook, Charlie Rug- 
?les, Vivienne Osborne, Juli- 
ette Compton, Harry Ban- 
nister, Dorothy Tree, Adrienne 
Ames, Charles Winninger. 
Elizabeth Patterson, Leni 
Stengel. Dickie Moore, Marilyn 
Knowlden, Kent Taylor, Berton 
Churchill, Marjorie Gateson 

Director — Robert Milton 

Author — Ernest Pascal 

Original Title — "The Marriage 
Bed" 

Scenarists — Ernest Pascal, Viola 

Brothers Shore 
Dialoguers — Ernest Pascal, Viola 

Brothers Shore 
Cameraman — Charles Rosher 
Reviewed — 1 -3-32 

HYPNOTIZED 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Charlie Mack, George 
Moran, Ernest Torrence, 
Charlie Murray, Wallace Ford, 
Maria Alba, Marjorie Beebe, 
Herman Bing, Alexander Carr, 
Luis Alberni, Harry Schultz, 
Matt McHugh, Mitchell Har- 
ris, Nona Mozelle 
Director — Mack Sennett 
Authors— Mack Sennett, Arthur 
Ripley 

Scenarists — John A. Waldron, 

Harry McCoy, Earle Rodney, 

Gene Towne 
Dialoguers — John A. Waldron, 

Harry McCoy, Earle Rodney, 

Gene Towne 
Editors — William Hornbeck, 

Francis Lyon 
Cameramen — John W. Boyle, 

George Unholz 
Reviewed — 12-17-32 
Released— 12-5-32 

I AM A FUGITIVE FROM A 
CHAIN GANG 

Dist.— Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 76 mins 

Cast— Paul Muni. Glenda Far- 
rell, Helen Vinson, Preston 
Foster, David Landau, Sally 
Blane, Noel Francis, Berton 
Churchill, Edward McNamara, 
Robert Warwick, Oscar Apfel, 
Roscoe Karns, Sheila Terry 

Director— Mervyn LeRoy 

Author— Robert E. Burns 

Scenarists — Howard J. Green, 
Brown Holmes 

Dialoguers — Howard J. Green, 
Brown Holmes 

Editor— William Holmes 

Cameraman — Sol Polito 

Reviewed— 10-21-32 

Released— 11-19-32 



IF I HAD A MILLION 

Dist. Paramount 

Running Time — 88 mins. 

Cast — Gary Cooper, Wynne Gib- 
son, George Raft, Charles 
Laughton, Richard Bennett, 
Jack Oakie, Frances Dee. 
Charlie Ruggles, Alison Skip- 
worth, W. C. Fields, Mary 
Boland, Roscoe Karns, May 
Robson, Gene Raymond, 
Lucien Littlefield 

Directors — Ernest Lutitsch, Nor- 
man Taurog, Stephen Roberts, 
Norman McLeod, James 
Cruze, William A. Seiter, H 
Bruce Humberstone 

Author — Robert D. Andrews 

Scenarists — Claude Binyon, 
Whitney Bolton, Malcolm 
Stuart Boylan, John Bright, 
Sidney Buchman, Lester Cole, 
Isabel Dawn, Boyce DeGaw. 
Walter De Leon, Oliver H. P. 
Garrett, Harvey Gates, Grover 
Jones, Ernst Lubitsch, Law- 
ton Mackall, Joseph L. Man- 
kiewicz, William Slavens Mc- 
Nutt, Seton I. Miller, Tif- 
fany Thayer 

Reviewed — 12-3-32 

IGLOO (S-SE) 

Dist. — Universal Pictures 
Cast — Native 
Director — Ewing Scott 
Author— Ewing Scott 
Editor — Richard Cahoon 
Cameraman — Roy Klassky 
Released— 7-14-32 

I KISS YOUR HAND, 

MADAME (S-SE) 
Dist. — Stanley Dist. Corp. 
Running Time — 60 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Marlene Dietrich, Harry 

Liedtke, Karl Huszar-Puffy 
Director — Robert Land 
Authors — Rolf E. Banloo, Robert 

Land 

Scenarist — Robert Land 
Editor — Fritz Brunn 
Titler — Helene Turner 
Cameraman — Robert Neppach 
Reviewed — 8-30-32 

IL EST CHARMANT (French) 

(The Charm School) 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 95 mins. 

(Produced in France) 
Cast — Henri Garat, Meg Lemon- 

nier, Dranam, Baron Films, 

Moussia, Suzette O'Nil Cas- 

sive, Marthe Dermini 
Director — Louis Mercanton 
Author— Albert Willemetz 
Scenarist— Albert Willemetz 
Dialoguer — Albert Willemetz 
Cameraman — Harry Stradling 
Reviewed— 4-10-32 

ILLEGAL 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Isobel Elsom, Ivor Bar- 
nard, Margot Grahame, D. A. 
Clarke-Smith, Moira Lynd, 
Edgar Norfolk, Walter Patch, 
Margaret Darner, Victor Fair- 
ley, Joy Chatwin, Leo Raine, 
J. Lauriston, C. Glover. 
Arthur Goulett, H. Heath, 
Hamilton Keene 



1932 RELEASES 



Director — William McGann 
Author — Irving Asher 
Scenarist— Roland Pertwee 
Cameramen— William Van Engef, 

C. J. Knowles 
Reviewed— 9-29-32 

IM GEHEIMDIENST (German) 

(On Secret Service) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Willy Fritsch, Brigitte 
Helm, Oskar Homolka, Theo- 
dor Loos, Karl Ludwig Diehl, 
Harry Hardt, Ferdinand Hart, 
Tamara Desni, Edyard von 
Winterstein, Friedrich Kays- 
sler, Alfred Beirle 
Director — Gustav Ucicky 
Author— Walter Reisch 
Scenarist — Walter Reisch 
Dialoguer — Walter Reisch 
Cameraman — Carl Hoffman 
Reviewed — 3-6-32 

IMPATIENT MAIDEN 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — Lew Ayres, Mae Clarke, 
Una Merkel, John Halliday, 
Andy Devine, Berton Churchill, 
Ethel Griffies, Helen Jerome 
Eddy, Monty Montague, 
Lorin Baker, Cecil Cunning- 
ham, Arthur Hoyt, Blanche 
Payson 

Director — James Whale 

Author — Donald Henderson 
Clarke 

Original Title— "Impatient Vir- 
gin" 

Scenarists — Richard Schayer, 

Winifred Dunn 
Dialoguer — Donald Henderson 

Clarke 
Editor — Clarence Kolster 
Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 
Recording Engineer — C. Roy 

Hunter 
Reviewed— 3-6-32 
Released— 3-1-32 

INFORMATION KID 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast — Tom Brown, James Glea- 
son, Maureen O'Sullivan, 
Andy Devine, Mickey Rooney 
Director — Kurt Neumann 
Author — Gerald Beaumont 
Scenarist — Earl Snell 
Cameramen — Arthur Edeson 

IN THE DAYS OF THE 
CRUSADERS (S-SE) 

Dist. — Monopole Film Corp. 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

(Produced In Italy) 

Cast — Alberto Pasquali, Alfredo 
Robert, Franz Sala, Romuld, 
Joube, Bice Jani, Elena Bar- 
anduitch, Donatella Gemmo, 
Enna De Radi 

Director — Conte Guilo Antamoro 

Titles — Franklin Murray 

Editor — Pierre Arnaud 

Reviewed— 9-27-32 



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DIRECTOR 
"They Just Had to Qet Married" 

(ZASU PITTS— SLIM SUMMERVILLE— UNIVERSAL) 



Exhibitor Reports in Motion Picture Herald — 

"This picture is positively the outstanding comedy drama of all time." — De Luxe 
Theatre, Gerber, Okla. 

"Here, gentlemen, seems to be the answer to a showman's prayer. An absolute 
clean up. Picture well gagged and audience ate it up. Don't let this slip by you." — 
State Theatre, Nashville, III. 

"This is a super comedy. Will appeal to all classes and types of audiences. Good 
for any day of the week." — Char-Bell Theatre, Rochester, Ind. 



RICHARD WALLACE 

Director 



"THE MASQUERADER" 

(Starring Ronald Colman) 

A SAMUEL GOLDWYN PRODUCTION 
UNITED ARTISTS 



Dave A. Epstein 
6777 Hollywood Blvd. 
Gl. 6237 



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ISLAND OF LOST SOULS 

Dist. — Paramount 

Cast — Charles Laughton, Bela 
Lugosi, Richard Arlen, Leila 
Hyams, Kathleen Burke, Ar- 
thur Hohl. Stanley Fields, 
Robert Kortman, Tetsu Ko- 
mai, Hans S+einke, Harry 
Ekezian, Rosemary Grimes, 
Paul Hurst, George Irving, Joe 
Bonomo, Constantine Roma- 
noff, Jack Burdette, Robert 
Milaseh, Duke York, Buster 
Brody, John George, Jack 
Walters, Bob Kerr, Evangelus 
Berbas 

Director — Erie Kenton 

Author— H. G. Wells 

Scenarists — Waldemar Young, 
Philip Wylie 

Cameraman — Karl Struss 

ISLE OF PARADISE 

Dist.— Adolph Pollak Prod. 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cameraman — Charles Trego 
Reviewed— 7-22-32 

IS MY FACE RED? 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Helen Twelvetrees, Ricardo 
Cortez, Jill Edmond, Robert 
Armstrong, Arline Judge, Za- 
Su Pitts, Sidney Toler, Clar- 
ence Muse, Fletcher Norton 

Director— William Seiter 

Authors — Ben Markson, Allen 
Rivkin 

Dialoguer— Bartlett Cormack 
Editor — Joseph Kane 
Cameraman — Leo Tover 
Recording Engineer — D. A. 

Cutler 
Reviewed— 6-11-32 
Released— 6-17-32 

IT'S TOUGH TO BE FAMOUS 

Dist.— First National 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast— Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., 
Mary Brian, Walter Catlett, 
Lilian Bond, Terrence Ray, 
David Landau, Oscar Apfel, 
Emma Dunn, J. Carroll Naish, 
Harold Minjer, Claire Mac- 
Dowell, Louise Beavers, Ivan 
Linow 

Director — Alfred E. Green 
Author— Mary McCall From 

("The Gold Fish Bowl") 
Scenarist — Robert Lord 
Dialoguer — Robert Lord 
Cameraman — Sol Polito 
Reviewed — 4-10-32 
Released — 4-2-32 

JEAN DE LA LUNE (French) 
(Moon-Dreaming John) 

Dist. — Tobis Forenfilms 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in France) 

Cast— Madaline Renaud, Michael 
Simon, Constance Remy, Rene 
Lefebre 

Director — Jean Choux 

Author — Marcel Achard 

Scenarist — Jean Choux 

Dialoguer — Jean Choux 

Reviewed— 3-13-32 



JEWEL ROBBERY 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— William Powell, Kay 
Francis, Hardie Albright, An- 
dre Luguet, Henry Kolker, Lee 
Kohlmar, Spencer Charters, 
C. Henry Gordon, Robert 
Greig, Helen Vinson, Lawrence 
Grant, Jacques Vanaire, Har- 
old Minjur, Ivan Linow, Har- 
old Waldridge, Charles Cole- 
man, Herman Bring, Ruth 
Donnelly, Clarence Wilson 
Director — William Dieterle 
Author — Ladislaus Fodor 
Scenarist — Erwin Gelsey 
Dialoguer — Erwin Gelsey 
Editor — Ralph Dawson 
Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 
Reviewed— 7-23-32. 
Released— 8-13-32 

JOSEPH IN THE LAND OF 
EGYPT (Yiddish) 
Dist. — Guaranteed Pictures 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast — Ben Adler, Joseph Green- 
berg, Sigmund Zuckerberg, 
Herman Serotsky, Wolf Gold- 
faden, Joseph Schwartzberg, 
Wolf Barzell, Ida Adler, Ger- 
trude Levitan, Sonya Adler 
Director — George Roland 
Author — from a Biblical story 
Scenarist — Michael Goldberg 
Dialoguer — Michael Goldberg 
Editor — Jean Roland 
Recording Engineer — Lyman J. 

Wiggin 
Reviewed — 5-22-32 

JUNGLE KILLER, THE 

Dist. — Century 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Narration — Carveth Wells 
Reviewed— 1 1 -26-32 

KAMERADSCHAFT (German) 

(Comradeship) 

Dist. — Associated Cinemas 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Ernst Busch, Elizabeth 
Wendt, Alexander Granach, 
Fritz Kampers, Gustav Puett- 
jer, Daniel Mendaille, George 
Challia, Andrew Ducret, Alex 
Bernard, Pierre Louise 

Director— <3. W. Pabst 

Author— Karl Often 

Scenarist — Ernst Vajda 

Cameraman — F. A. Wagner 

Reviewed— 11-10-32 

Released— 11-8-32 

KEEPERS OF YOUTH 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in England) 

Cast — Garry Marsh, John Turn- 
bull, Robert Irvine, O. B. 
Clarence, Herbert Ross, 
Vaughan Powell, Ann Todd, 
Ethel Warwick, John Hunt, 
Mary Clare, Mafhew Boulton 

Director— Thomas Bentley 

Author — Arnold Ridley 

Scenarists — Thomas Bentley, Wal- 
ter Mycroft, Frank Launder 



1932 RELEASES 



Dialogues — Thomas Bentley, Wal- 
ter Mycroft, Frank Launder 

Cameramen — J. Wilson, B. 
Ford 

Recording Engineer — A. E. 

Rudolph 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 

KEINE FEIER OHNE MEYER 
'German) 

(No Party Without Meyer) 

Dist. — Chas. Unger 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Siegfried Arno, Dina 
Gralla, Ralph Arthur Roberts, 
Kurt Vespermann, Adele 
Sandrock, Lucie Englisch, 
Maly Delschaft 

Director — Carl Boese 

Authors — Fritz Falkenstein, 
Curt Braun 

Cameraman — W. Hameister, M. 
Gottschalk 

Reviewed — 1 1 -2-32 



KID FROM SPAIN, THE 

Dist.— United Artists 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

Cast — Eddie Cantor, Lyda 
Roberti, Robert Young, Ruth 
Hall, John Miljan. Noah 
Beery, J. Carroll Naish, Robert 
Emmett O'Connor, Sfanley 
Fields, Paul Porcasi, Julian 
Rivero, Theresa Maxwell Con- 
over, Walter Walker. Ben 
Hendricks, Jr. 

Director — Leo McCarey 

Authors — William Anthony Mc- 
Guire, Bert Kalmar, Harry 
Ruby 

Scenarists — William Anthony 
McGuire, Bert Kalmar, Harry 
Ruby 

Dance Numbers — Busby Berkeley 
Dialoguers — William Anthony 

McGuire, Bert Kalmar, Harry 

Ruby 

Music & Lyrics — Bert Kalmar, 

Harry Ruby 
Editor— Stuart Heisler 
Cameraman — Gregg Toland 
Recording Engineer — Vinton 

Vernon 
Reviewed — 1 1 -19-32 

KING MURDER, THE 

Dist. — Chesterfield 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — Conway Tearle, Natalie 
Moorhead, Dorothy Revier, Don 
Alvarado, Robert Frazer, 
Maurice Black, Marceline 
Day, Huntley Gordon, Rose 
Dione. 

Director — Richard Thorpe. 
Author— Charles Reed Jones 
Scenarist — Charles Reed Jones 
Dialoguer — Charles Reed Jones 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Recording Engineer — Pete Clark 
Reviewed — 10-10-32 
Released— 9-15-32 



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FLORA 
L€ BR€TON 

Motion Picture Producer 

Specializing in the production 
of novelty Short Subjects 




Now Producing a Series 
of 26 Hilariously Funny 
Single Reelers 

First Release — 

"CRAZY MAZIE SERIES" 

IN PRODUCTION AT 

Fox Eastern Studios 

NEW YORK CITY 



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KLONDIKE 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 68 mins. 
Cast— Frank Hawks, Lyle Tal- 
bot Thelma Todd, Henry B, 
Walthall, Priscilla Dean, Tul- 
ly Marshall, Jason Robards, 
Ethel Wales, Pat O'Malley, 
Myrtle Stedman, George 
Hayes, Late McKee 
Director — Phil Rosen 
Author — Tristam Tupper 
Scenarist — Tristam Tupper 
Dialoguer — Tristam Tupper 
Reviewed— 9-24-32 

KOENIGIN DER UNTERWELT 

(German) 

(Queen of the Underworld) 

Dist. — Symon Gould 

Running Time — 88 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Charlotte Susa, Hans Al- 
bers, Margot Walter, Karl 
Ludwig Diehl, Harry Hardt, 
Herman Blass 

Director — Richard Eichberg 

Reviewed— 12-14-32 

KONGO 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

Cast— Walter Huston, Lupe 
Velez, Conrad Nagel, Vir- 
ginia Bruce, C. Henry Gor- 
don, Mitchell Lewis, For- 
rester Harvey, Curtis Nero 

Director — William Cowen 

Authors— Chester DeVonde, Kil- 
bourn Gordon 

Scenarist — Leon Gordon 

Editor — Conrad A. Nervig 

Cameraman — Harold Rosson 

Reviewed— 11-17-32 

Released — 10-1-32 

KREUZER EMDEN (German) 

(Cruiser Emden) 

Dist.— World's Trade Exchange 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Louis Ralph, Renee Sro- 
brawa, Hans Schlenck, Wer- 
ner Fuette, Fritz Greinerer, 
Will Dohm, Kaiser Heyl 

Director — Louis Ralph 

Authors — Alfred Halm, Louis 
Ralph 

Reviewed— 9-9-32 

KYRITZ-PYRITZ (German) 
Dist.— World s Trade Exchange 
Running Time — 86 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Max Adalbert, Henry Ben- 
der, Paul Hoerbiger, Hansi 
Arnstaedt, Magda Elgen, Lot- 
te Stein, Harry Halm, Gustl 
Stark-Gstettenbauer, Ottie 
Dietz, Lillian Ellis, Eugen 
Rex, Paul Westermeier, Paul 
Heidemann, Hermann Picha. 
Director— Carl Heinz Wolff. 
Authors — Wilken and Justinus 
Scenarist — Franz Rausch 
Reviewed — 8-9-32 



LA CHANCE (French) 

(Luck) 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
(Produced in France) 
Cast — Marie Bell, Marcel Andre, 
Francoise Rosay, Pierre de 
Guingand, Fernand Fabre 
Director — Rene Guissart 
Author — Yves Mirande 
Scenarist — Yves Mirande 
Dialoguer — Yves Mirande 
Cameraman — D'Andre Dantan 
Reviewed — 6-5-32 

LA COUTURIERE DE LUNE- 
VILLE (French) 

(The Dressmaker from Lune- 
ville) 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 93 mins. 

(Produced in France) 

Cast— Madeleine Renaud, Pier- 
re Blanchor, Jeanne Fusier- 
Gir, Armand Lurville 

Director — Harry Lachman 

Author — Alfred Savoir 

Scenarist — Alfred Savoir 

Dialoguer — Alfred Savoir 

Reviewed — 10-14-32 

LADIES OF THE BIG HOUSE 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 76 mins. 
Cast — Sylvia Sidney, Gene Ray- 
mond, Wynne Gibson, Rock- 
cliffe Fellowes, Earle Foxe, 
Frank Sheridan, Purnell Pratt, 
Edna Bennett, Esther How- 
ard, Fritzi Ridgeway, Ruth 
Lyons, Louise Beavers, Miriam 
Goldina, Hilda Vaughn, Jane 
Darwell, Mary Foy, Noel 
Francis, Theodor von Eltz 
Director — Marion Gering 
Author — Ernest Booth 
Scenarist — Louis Weitzenkorn 
Cameraman — David Abel 
Recording Engineer — Edward 

Sullivan 
Reviewed — 1-3-32 

LADIES OF THE JURY 

Dist. — RKO Radio 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast — Edna May Oliver, Rosco 
Ates, Jill Esmond, Kitty 
Kelly, Lita Chrevot, Morgan 
Galloway, George Andre Ber- 
anger, Guinn Williams, George 
Humbert, Kate Price, Charles 
Dow Clark, Florence Lake, 
Cora Witherspoon, Alan Rosco, 
Robert McWade, Helen Mil- 
larde, Susan Fleming, Tom 
Francis, Leyland Hodgson. 
Director — Lowell Sherman 
Author — John Frederich Ballard 
Scenarist — Marion Dixon 
Dialoguers — Salisbury Field, 

Eddie Welch 
Editor— Charles Kimball 
Cameraman — Jack MacKenzie 
Reviewed — 4-3-32 
Released— 2-5-32 

LADY AND GENT 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — George Bancroft, Wynne 



1932 RELEASES 



Gibson, Charles Starrett. 
James Gleason, John Wayne, 
Morgan Wallace, Billy Butts, 
Joyce Compton, James Crane, 
William Halligan, Frank Mc- 
Glynn, Sr., Charles Grapewin, 
Frederick Wallace, Lew Kel- 
ly, Sid Saylor, Russell Powell, 
Frank Darien, Hal Price 

Director — Stephen Roberts 

Authors — Grover Jones, William 
Slavens McNutt 

Scenarists — Grover Jones, Wil- 
liam Slavens McNutt 

Cameraman — Harry Fischbeck 

Reviewed — 7-16-32. 

LADY WITH A PAST 

Dist. — RKO Pathe 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Constance Bennett, Ben 
Lyon, David Manners, Astrid 
Allwyn, Merna Kennedy, Nella 
Walker, Blanche Frederici, Al- 
bert Conti, Don Alvarado, 
John Roach, Donald Dillaway, 
Freeman Wood, Cornelius 
Keefe, George Irving, Arnold 
Lucy 

Director— Edward H. Griffith 
Author — Harriet Henry 
Scenarist — Horace Jackson 
Dialoguer — Horace Jackson 
Editor — Charles Craft 
Cameraman — Hal Mohr 
Recording Engineer — D, A. 

Cutler 
Reviewed — 2-21-32 
Released— 2-19-32 

LAND OF WANTED MEN 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 62 mins. 
Cast— Billy Cody, Andy Shu- 
ford, Gibson Gowland, Sheila 
Manners, Jack Richardson, 
Frank Lackteen, James Mar- 
cus 

Director — Harry Fraser 
Author — Harry Fraser 
Scenarist — Harry Fraser 
Dialoguer — Harry Fraser 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineers — Balsley 

and Phillips 
Reviewed— 2-21-32 

LA RONDE DES HEURES 
(French) 

(The Dance of the Hours) 

Dist. — First Division 

Running Time — 81 mins. 
(Produced in France) 

Cast — Andre Bauge, Francine 
Mussey, Gilberte Savary, 
Paula Andral, George Treville, 
Pierre Stephen, Leon Be- 
lieres 

Director — Alexander Ryder 
Author — Henry Falk 
Scenarist — Louis d'Yves 
Dialoguer — Louis d'Yves 
Reviewed— 1-31-32 



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LAST INSULT, THE <S> 
Dist. — Amkino 
Running Time — 63 mlns. 
Cast— Natives 
(Produced in Russia) 
Director — Mikhail Doronin 
Cameraman — Peter Mosiajin 
Reviewed— 10-26-32 
Released— 10-21-32 

LAST MAN 

Dist — Columbia 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast— Charles Bickford, Con- 
stance Cummings, Alec B. 
Francis, Alan Roscoe, Robert 
Ellis, Jimmy Wang, Johnny 
Eberts, Bill Williams, Al 
Smith, Hal Price, Kit Guard, 
Ed Le Saint, Jack Carlisle. 
George McGrill, Jack Richard- 
son, Bill Sundholm, Bob St. 
Angelo. 
Director— Howard Higgin. 
Author — Keene Thompson 
Scenarist — Keene Thompson 
Dialoguer — Francis Faragoh 
Editor — Gene Havelick 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — Glenn 

Rominger 
Reviewed— 9-17-32 

LAST MILE 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Howard Phillips, Preston 
Foster, George E. Stone, Noel 
Madison, Alan Roscoe, Paul 
Fix, Al Hill. Daniel L. 
Haynes, Frank Sheridan, Alec 
B. Francis, Edward Van Sloan, 
Louise Carter, Ralph Theo- 
dore, Jack Kennedy, Albert 
J. Smith, William Scott. Ken- 
neth MacDonald, Walter 
Walker 
Director — Sam Bischoff 
Author— John Wexley 
Scenarist — Seton I. Miller 
Dialoguer — Seton I. Miller 
Editor — Rose Loewinger 
Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 
Reviewed— 8-26-32 
Released— 8-21-32 

LAST RIDE 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Dorothy Revier, Vir- 
ginia Browne Faire, Charles 
Morton. Frank Mayo. Tom 
Santschi, Francis Ford, Bobby 
Dunn 

Director — Duke Worne 
Author — Arthur Hoerl 
Scenarist — Arthur Hoerl 
Dialoguer — Arthur Hoerl 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Reviewed— 2-14-32 

LAUGHTER IN HELL 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast — Pat O'Brien, Tom Con- 
Ion, Merna Kennedy, Berton 
Churchill, Gloria Stuart, Tom 
Brown, Lew Kelly, Arthur 
Vinton, Mickey Bennett. 
Clarence Muse. Douglas Dum- 
brille, Dick Winslow, Noel 
Madison 
Director — Edward L. Cahn 
Author — Jim Tully 
Scenarist — Tom Reed 
Dialoguer — Russell Hopton 
Cameraman — John Stumar 



LA VECCHIE SIGNORA 
(Italian) 

(The Old Lady) 

Dist. — Empa Film 

Running Time — 97 mins. 

(Produced in Italy) 

Cast — Emma Grammatica, Ar- 
turo Falconi, Memo Banassi, 
Camillo Pilatto, A. Maria Dos- 
sena, N. Maria Bonara, V. 
DeSica, M. D'Ancora, Sacri 
Panto, L. Simoneschi. 

Director — Amleto Palermi. 

Authors — Amleto Palermi, Or- 
sino Orsini 

Cameraman — Vitrotfl 

Reviewed — 12-1-32 

LAW AND ORDER 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Walter Huston. Harry 
Carey, Raymond Hatton. Rus- 
sell Simpson, Russell Hopton, 
Ralph Ince, Harry Woods, 
Richard Alexander. Alphonz 
Ethier, Andy Devine. Dewey 
Robinson, Walter Brennan, 
Nelson McDowell, D'Arcy 
Corrigan. Arthur G. Wanzer 

Director — Edward Cahn 

Author — W. R. Burnett (From 
"Saint Johnson") 

Scenarists — John Huston, Tom 
Reed 

Dialoguers — John Huston, Tom 
Reed 

Editor — Milton Carruth 
Cameraman — Jackson Rose 
Recording Engineer— C. Roy 



Released— 2-7-32 

LAW OF THE NORTH 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 56 mins. 
Cast— Bill Cody, Andy Shuford. 

Nadine Dore, W. L. Thorne. 

Al St. John 
Director — Harry Fraser 
Author — Harry Fraser 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineer — Balsley b 

Phillips 
Reviewed— 8-20-32 

LAW OF THE SEA 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — William Farnum. Rex 
Bell, Sally Blane, Priscilla 
Dean, Eva Southern, Ralph 
Ince, Sid Saylor, Jack Clifford. 
Frank Larue, Wally Albright 
Director — Otto Brower 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineers — Balsley and 

Phillips 
Reviewed — 5-1 -32 
Released— 1-20-32 

LAW OF THE WEST 

Dist.— Sono Art-World Wide 
Running Time — 50 mins. 
Cast — Bob Steele, Nancy Drexel. 
Ed Brady, Hank Bell, Charles 
West, Earl Dwire, Dick Dick- 
inson, Rose Plymmer 
Director— Robert N. Bradbury 
Author — Robert N. Bradbury 
Scenarist — Robert N. Bradbury 
Dialoguer — Robert N. Bradbury 
Editor — Charles Hunt 
Cameramen — Archie Stout. Wil 
Cline 



1932 RELEASES 



Recording Engineer — John 

Stransky 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 
Released— 3-20-32 

LAWYER MAN 

Dist. — Warners 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast— William Powell, Joan 
Blondell, Helen Vinson, Claire 
Dodd, Sheila Terry, Harold 
Haber, Allan Dinehart, Allen 
Jenkins, Kenneth Thomson, 
Curley Wright, David Landau, 
Rockliffe Fellowes 

Director— William Dieterle 

Author— Max Trell 

Scenarists — Rian James, James 
Seymour 

Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 

Reviewed— 12-23-32 

LE BAL (French) 

Dist. — Protex Trading Co. 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

(Produced in France) 

Cast — Andrew Lefaur, Germaine 
Dermoz, Danielle Darrieux. 
Marguerite Pierry, Wanda 
Greville, Pierre de Guingand 

Director— William Thiele 

Author — Irene Nemirovsky 

Scenarists — S. Fodor, K. Siodmak 

Reviewed— 9-29-32 

LE MYSTERIE DE LA VILLA 

ROSE (French) 
(Mystery of the Villa Rose) 

Dist. — First Division 

Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in France) 

Cast — Simone Vaudry, Helene 
MansoA. Mme. Ael, Baron, 
Jr., George Peclet, Hanley, 
Montis, Jean Mercanton, Leon 
Mathot 

Director — Jean Mercanton 

Author— A. E. W. Mason 

Reviewed— 1-17-32 

LENA RIVERS 

Dist.— Tiffany 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

Cast — Charlotte Henry, Beryl 
Mercer, James Kirkwood. Mor- 
gan Galloway, Joyce Comp- 
ton, Betty Blythe, John St. 
Polis, Clarence Muse, Russell 
Simpson 

Director — Phil Rosen 

Author — Mary J. Holmes 

Scenarists — Stuart Anthony. 
Warren B. Duff 

Dialoguers — Stuart Anthony. 
Warren B. Duff 

Cameraman — Ira Morgan 

Recording Engineer— Corson 
Jowett 

Reviewed — 4-3-32 

Released— 3-28-32 

LE ROI DES RESQUILLEURS 
(French) 

(King of Gate Crashers) 

Dist. — Protex 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

I Produced in France) 

Cast — Georges Milton. Pierre 
Nay, Kerny M. Garat. Mady 
Berry, Helene Perdrieres 



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Writer and Director 

Original Story 

"WHEN THE MOON SHINES" 



Management 

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Hollywood, Calif. 



PAUL ROE CRAWLEY 

Art Director 

"Second Hand Wife" (Fox) 
"Crooked Circle" (World Wide) 
"Heaven on Earth" (Universal) 
"The Bat Whispers" (United Artists) 
"Alibi" (United Artists) 

Modern Sets for 

"Topaze" (RKO) 

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Helene Robert, Beretrot, Redel 
Spergcr, Jim Prat, Leon Bern- 
stein 

Director — Piere Colombier 
Authors — Piere Colombier, Rene 
Pujol 

Scenarists — Piere Colombier, 

Rene Pujol 
Dialoguers — Piere Colombier, 

Rene Pujol 
Reviewed — 6-15-32 

LETTY LYNTON 

Dist. — M-G-M 
Running Time — 62 mins. 
Cast — Joan Crawford, Robert 
Montgomery, Nils Asther, 
Lewis Stone, May Robson, 
Louise Closser Hale, Emma 
Dunn, Walter Walker. William 
Pawley 
Director — Clarence Brown 
Author — Marie Belloc Lowndes 
Scenarists — John Meehan, Wanda 

Tuchock 
Dialoguer — John Meehan 
Editor — Conrad A. Nervig 
Cameraman — Oliver T. Marsh 
Reviewed — 5-1-32 
Released— 5-7-32 

LEUTNANT WARST DU 
EINST BEI DEN HUSAREN 
(German) 

(Love Comes But Once) 
Dist. Ritchey Export Corp. 
Running Time — 85 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Mady Christians, Gustav 

Diessl, Georg Alexander, Lotte 

Spira, Gretl Theimer, Herman 

Picha 

Director — Manfred Noa 
Scenarist — B. E. Luthge 
Author— B. E. Luthge 
Dialoguer— B. E. Luthge 
Editor— L. Vajda 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 

LIEBE 1ST LIEBE (German) 
(Love Is Love) 
Dish— Ufa 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Kaethe von Nagy, Hans 

Albers, Julius. Falkenstein, 

Frieda Richard, Hans Brause- 

wetter 
Director — Paul Martin 
Authors — Robert Gilbert, Robert 

Liebmann, Max Kolpe 
Cameramen — Gunther Rittau, 

Otto Baecker 
Reviewed — 6-5-32 

LIEBESKOMMANDO (German) 
(Love's Command) 
Dist. — Tobis Forenfilms 
Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Livio Pavanelli, Dolly 
Haas, Walter Edhofer, Gustav 
Froelich, Anton Pointner, 
Yvette Rodin, Tibor von Hal- 
may, Mary Loseff, Marcel 
Wittrisch, Fritz Odemar, Paul 
Morgan 

Director — Geza von Bolvary 
Authors — Fritz Gruenbaum, Roda 
Roda 

Scenarists — Fritz Gruenbaum, 

Roda Roda 
Dialoguers — Fritz Gruenbaum, 

Roda Roda 
Editor — Hermann Haller 



Cameraman — Willy Goldberger 
Recordng Engineer — Fritz 

Seeger 
Reviewed— 5-1-32 

LIFE BEGINS 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — Loretta Young, Eric Lin- 
den, Aline MacMahon, Glen- 
da Farrell, Dorothy Peterson, 
Vivienne Osborne, Frank Mc- 
Hugh, Gilbert Roland, Hale 
Hamilton, Herbert Mundin, 
Preston Foster, Walter Walk- 
er, Clara Blandick, Gloria 
Shea, Elizabeth Patterson, 
Helena Phillips, Reginald 
Mason, Ruthelma Stevens, 
Dorothy Tree, Terrance Ray, 
Mary Phillips 

Director — James Flood 

Author — Mary McDougal Axel- 
son 

Scenarist — Earl Baldwin 
Cameraman — James Van Trees 
Reviewed — 8-12-32 
Released— 10-1-32 

LILY CHRISTINE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Cast — Corrine Griffith, Colin 
Clive, Margaret Bannerman, 
Miles Mander, Jack Trevor, 
Anne Grey 

Director — Paul Stein 

Author — Michael Arlen 

LIMPING MAN 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

(Produced in England) 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast — Franklin Dyall, Margot 
Grahame, Lester Matthews, 
Arthur Hardy, Henrietta Wat- 
son, Gerald Rawlinson, David 
Hawthorne, Jeanne Stuart, 
Percy Parsons 

Director — John Orton 

Author— Will Scott 

Reviewed — 8-12-32 

LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE 

Dist. — Radio 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast — Mitzi Green, Buster 
Phelps, May Robson, Kate 
Lawson, Matt Moore, Sidney 
Bracey, Edgar Kennedy 

Director — John Robertson 

Authors — Harold Gray, Al Low- 
enthal 

Scenarists — Wanda Tuchock, 

Tom McNamara 
Cameraman — Jack McKenzie 
Reviewed— 12-24-32 
Released— 11-4-32 

LJUBAV I STRAST 

(Yugoslavian) 

(Born to Kiss) 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

(Produced in U. S.) 

Cast — Rakel Davidovitch, Ivan 
Plemich, Zorka Bregovska, 
Rajber Hlaca, Yucca Salamo- 
nich, Olga Adamovich, Obren 
Stajich, Captain Ribich, John 
Ribich, Joseph Kiantchina. 

Director— Frank Melford 

Authors — George Mosker, Frank 
Melford 

Scenarist — Eva Ettinger 

Dialoguer— Eve Ettinger 



1932 RELEASES 



Editor— Edna Hill 

Cameramen — William Steiner, 
Frank Zucker, Sam Levitt 
Reviewed— 12-7-32 

LOCAL BAD MAN 

Dist. — Allied Pictures 

Running Time — 59 mins. 

Cast — Hoot Gibson, Sally Blane, 
Hooper Atchley, Edward Hearn, 
Edward Peil, Bill Robbins, 
Jack Clifford. Milt Brown 

Director — Otto Brower 

Author — Peter B. Kyne 

Scenarist— Phil White 

Dialoguer— Phil White 

Editor— Mildred Johnston 

Cameramen — Harry Neuman, 
Tom Galligan 

Recording Engineer — L. E. Tope 

Reviewed— 3-27-32 

LONE TRAIL 

Dist. — Syndicate Exchange 
Running Time— 61 mins. 
Cast — Rex Lease, Edmund Cobb. 

Billy O'Brien, Virginia Brown 

Faire, Jack Mower, Robert 

Walker, Harry Todd 
Directors— Harry Webb, Forrest 

Sheldon 

Authors — Elizabeth Burbridge, 

Bennett R. Cohen 
Scenarist — Elizabeth Burbridge 
Dialoguer — Elizabeth Burbridge 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 

LOST SQUADRON 

Dist. — RKO Radio 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast — Richard Dix, Mary Astor, 
Eric von Stroheim, Joel Mc- 
Crea, Dorothy Jordan, Hugh 
Herbert. Robert Armstrong, 
Arnold Grey, Dick Grace, Art 
Goebel, Frank Clark. Leo 
Nomis 

Director — George Archainbaud 

Author — Dick Grace 

Scenarist — Wallace Smith 

Dialoguers — Wallace Smith, Her- 
man Mankiewicz 

Editor — William Hamilton 

Cameramen — Leo Tover, Edward 
Cronjager 

Air Photography — Rob Robison, 
Elmer Dyer 

Recording Engineer — Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Reviewed— 3-6-32 

Released— 3-12-32 

LOVE AFFAIR 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast — Dorothy Mackaill. Hum- 
phrey Bogart, Jack Kennedy. 
Barbara Leonard, Astrid 
Allwyn, Bradley Page, Halli- 
well Hobbes. Hale Hamilton. 
Harold Minjir 

Director — Thornton Freeland 

Author — Ursula Parrott 

Scenarists — Jo Swerling, 
Dorothy Howell 

Dialoguer — Jo Swerling 

Editor — Jack Dennis 

Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 

Recording Engineer — Charles 
Noyes 

Reviewed— 4-17-32 

Released— 3-17-32 



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LOVE BOUND 

Disf.— Peerless 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast — Natalie Moorhead, Jack 
Mulhall, Edmund Breese, Mon- 
tagu Love, Roy D'Arey, Clara 
Kimball Young 

Director— Robert Hill 

Author— J. Gilbert 

Scenarist — George Plympton 

Reviewed — 7-8-32 

LOVE IN HIGH GEAR 

Dist. — Mayfair 

Running Time — 66 mins. 

Cast — Harrison Ford, Alberta 
Vaughn, Tyrrel Davis, Arthur 
Hoyt, Ethel Wales, Nanette 
Vallon, Fred Kelsey, Fern 
Emmett, Jack Duffy. William 
H. Strauss 

Director — Frank Strayer 

Author — Donald Douglas 

Scenarist — George B. Seitz 

Dialoguer — Donald Douglas 

Editor — Byron Robinson 

Recording Engineer — 0. B. Mills 

Reviewed— -5-8-32 

Released— 5-1-32 

LOVE IS A RACKET 

Dish— First National 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast — Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., 
Frances Dee, Ann Dvorak, Lee 
Tracy, Warren Hymer, Lyle 
Talbot 

Director— William Wellman 
Author — Rian James 
Scenarist— Courtney Terrett 
Dialoguer — Courtney Terrett 
Editor— William Holmes 
Cameraman — Sid Hickox 
Reviewed— 5-29-32 
Released— 6-25-32 

LOVE ME TONIGHT 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 62 mins. 
Cast — Maurice Chevalier, Jean- 
ette MacDonald, Charlie Rug- 
gles, Charles Butterworth, 
Myrna Loy, C. Aubrey Smith, 
Elizabeth Patterson, Ethel 
Griffies, Blanche Friderici, 
Joseph Cawthorn, Ethel 
Wales 

Director — Rouben Mamoulian 
Authors — Leopold Marchand, 

Paul Arment 
Composers — Richard Rodgers, 

Lorenz Hart 
Scenarists — Samuel Hoffenstein, 

Waldemar Young, George 

Marion, Jr. 
Cameraman — Victor Milner 
Reviewed— 8-13-32 

LOVERS COURAGEOUS 

Dist.— M-G-M 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast — Robert Montgomery, 
Madge Evans, Roland Young, 
Frederick Kerr, Reginald Owen, 
Beryl Mercer, Evelyn Hall, 
Halliwell Hobbes, Jackie 
Searl, Norman Phillips, Jr., 
Alan Mowbray 
Director — Robert Z. Leonard 
Author — Frederick Lonsdale 
Scenarist— Frederick Lonsdale 
Dialoguer— Frederick Lonsdale 
Editor — Margaret Booth 
Cameraman — William Daniels 
Reviewed— 2-21 -32 
Released— 1-23-32 



LUISE, KONIGIN VON 
PREUSSEN (German) 
(Louise, Queen of Prussia) 
Dist. — Associated Cinemas of 

America 
Running Time — 96 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Henny Porten, Gustaf 

Gruendgens, Ekkehard Arendt. 

Wladimir Gaiderow, Helene 

Fehdmer, Paul Guenther 
Director — Carl Froelich 
Author — Walter von Molo 
Scenarist — Fred Hildenbrandt 
Cameraman — Friedel Behn- 

Grund 
Reviewed— 10-6-32 
Released— 10-4-32 

LURE OF THE RING (S-SE) 
Dist. — Worldart Film Corp. 
Running Time — 35 mins. 
Cast — Jack Dempsey 
Reviewed— 1-31-32 

MADAME BUTTERFLY 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time— 86 mins. 

Cast— Sylvia Sidney, Cary Grant, 
Charlie Ruggles, Sandor Kal- 
lay, Irving Pichel, Helen Jer- 
ome Eddy, Edmund Breese, 
Judith Vosselli, Louise Carter, 
Dorothy Libaire, Sheila Terry, 
Wallace Clark, B e r t o n 
Churchill. 

Director — Marion Gering 

Authors — John Luther Long, 
David Belasco 

Scenarists — Josephine Lovett, 
Joseph Moncure March 

Cameraman — David Abel 

Reviewed— 12-24-32 

MADAME RACKETEER 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — Alison Skipworth, Rich- 
ard Bennett, Evalyn Knapp. 
George Raft, Robert McWade, 
Gertrude Messinger, John 
Breeden, Oscar Apfel, Robert 
Homans, Arthur Hoyt, Eleanor 
Wesselhoeft 

Directors — Alexander Hall, Har- 
ry Wagstaff Gribble 

Authors — Malcolm Stuart Boy- 
Ian, Harvey Gates 

Scenarists — Malcolm Stuart 
Boylan, Harvey Gates 

Cameraman — Henry Sharp 

Reviewed — 7-23-32 

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Jack Oakie, Marian Nix- 
on, William Collier, Sr., 
Warren Hymer, Thomas 
Meighan, William Boyd, ZaSu 
Pitts, Lew Cody 

Director — Harry Joe Brown 

Author — Thomson Burtis 

Scenarists — P. J. Wolfson, Allen 
Rivkin 

Cameraman — Henry Sharp 
Reviewed — 10-14-32 

MAEDCHEN IN UNIFORM 
(German) 
(Girls in Uniform) 
Dist. — Krimsky & Cochran 
Running Time — 90 mins. 



1932 RELEASES 



(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Emila Unda, Dorothea 
Wieck, Hedwig Schlichter, 
Hertha Thiele, Ellen Schwan- 
necke 

Director — Leontine Sagan 
Scenarist — Christa Winsloe 
Author— Christa Winsloe 
Dialoguer — Christa Winsloe 
Reviewed— 9-23-32 
Released— 9-21-32 

MAGIC NIGHT 

Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 85 mins. 
(Produced in England) 
Cast — Jack Buchanan, Anna 
Neagle, Clive Currie, William 
Kendall, Herbert Carrick, Gib 
McLaughlin, Clifford Heath- 
erly, 0. B. Clarence, Aubrey 
Fitzgerald, Gina Malo, Peggy 
Cartwright, Muriel Aked, 
Joyce Bland 
Director — Herbert Wilcox 
Authors — Holt Morvell, George 



Released— 10-8-32 

MAKE ME A STAR 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast — Stuart Erwin, Joan Blon- 
dell, ZaSu Pitts, Ben Turpin, 
Charles Sellon, Florence Rob- 
erts, Helen Jerome Eddy. Ar- 
thur Hoyt, George Templeton, 
Ruth Donnelly, Sam Hardy, 
Oscar Apfel, Katherine Clare 
Ward, Frank Mills, Polly 
Walters, Victor Potel, Bobby 
Vernon, Snub Pollard, Bud 
Jamison, Nick Thompson 
Director — William Beaudine 
Author — Harry Leon Wilson 
(from "Merton of the Mov- 
ies") 

Scenarists — Sam Mintz, Walter 

DeLeon, Arthur Kober 
Cameraman — Allan Siegler 
Reviewed — 7-2-32 

MALAY NIGHTS 

Dist. — Mayfair Pictures Corp. 
Cast — Johnnie Mack Brown, 
Dorothy Burgess, Ralph Ince, 
Raymond Hatton, Carmelita 
Geraghty, George Smith, 
Lionel Belmore, Mary Jane 
Director — E. Mason Hopper 
Author— Glenn Ellis 
Scenarist — -John Thomas Neville 
Dialoguer — John Thomas Neville 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — Dean Daly 

MAN ABOUT TOWN 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — Warner Baxter, Karen 
Morley, Conway Tearle, Leni 
Stengel, Lawrence Grant, 
Alan Mowbray, Lillian Bond. 
Halliwell Hobbes 



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Directed by 

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Director— John Francis Dillon 
Author— Denison Clift 
Scenarist — Leon Gordon 
Dialoguer — Leon Gordon 
Cameraman — James Wong Howe 
Recording Engineer— George 

Leverett 
Reviewed— 5-29-32 
Released— 5-22-32 

MAN AGAINST WOMAN 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Jack Holt, Lillian Miles. 
Walter Connolly, Gavin Gor- 
don. Arthur Vinton, Emmett 
Corrigan, Clarence Muse, 
Harry Seymour, Jack LaRue, 
Katherine Claire Ward 
Director — Irving Cummings 
Author — Keene Thompson 
Scenarist — Jo Swerling 
Cameraman— Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer — George 

Cooper 
Reviewed— 12-17-32 

MAN BRAUCHT KEIN GELD 

(German) 
(His Majesty, King Ballyhoo) 
Dist. — Capitol 
Running Time — 87 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Heinz Ruehmann, Hans 

Moser, Hans Junkermann. Ida 

Wuest, Hedy Kiesler. 
Director — Carl Boese 
Author — F. Altenkirsch 
Scenarists— Karl Noti, Hans Wil- 

helm 

Dialoguers — Karl Noti, Hans 

Wilhelm 
Reviewed — 11-17-32 

MAN CALLED BACK 

Dist— Tiffany 

Running Time — 79 mins. 

Cast — Conrad Nagel, Doris Ken- 
yon, John Halliday, Juliette 
Compton, Reginald Owen, 
Alan Mowbray, Mona Maris. 
Gilbert Emery, Mae Busch. 
John T. Murray 

Director — Robert Florey 

Author — Andrew Soutar (from 
"Silent Thunder") 

Scenarist — Robert Presnell 

Dialoguer — Andrew Soutar 

Editor— Martin G. Cohn 

Cameraman— Henry Sharpe 

Recording Engineer — Joseph 
Kane 

Reviewed— 7-15-32 
Released— 7-17-32 

MAN FROM HELL'S EDGES 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast— Bob Steele, Nancy Drexel, 
Julian Rivero, Robert Homans, 
George Hayes, Pewee Holmes, 
Earl Dwire, Dick Dickinson. 
Perry Murdock 
Director— Robert N. Bradbury 
Author — Robert N. Bradbury 
Scenarist— Robert N. Bradbury 
Dialoguer— Robert N. Bradbury 
Editor — Carl Pierson 
Cameraman — Wilford Cline 
Recording Engineer — John 

Stransky 
Reviewed— 5-29-32 
Released— 6-5-32 



MAN FROM NEW MEXICO 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast — Tom Tyler, Caryl Lin- 
coln, Jack Richardson, Rob- 
ert Walker. Frank Ball, Lewis 
Sargent. Blackie Whiteford. 
Charles Whittaker, Late Mc- 
Kee, Frederick Byfer, Jack 
Long, William Nolte, C. V. 
Bussey, Lee Tinn 
Director — J. P. McGowan 
Author — Frederick Ryter 
Scenarist — Harry Hoyt 
Dialoguer — Harry Hoyt 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Reviewed— 8-24-32 

MAN FROM YESTERDAY 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast — Clive Brook, Claudette 
Colbert, Charles Boyer, Andy 
Devine, Alan Mowbray, Yola 
D'Avril, Barbara Leonard, Ron- 
ald Cosbey 
Director— Berthold Viertel 
Authors — Nell Blackwell, Roland 

Edwards 
Scenarist — 0. H. P. Garrett 
Cameraman — Karl Struss 
Reviewed— 6-25-32 
Released— 6-24-32 

MANHATTAN PARADE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast— Winnie Lightner, Charles 
Butterworth, Walter Miller, 
Joe Smith, Charles Dale, 
Greta Grandstedt, Bobby Wat- 
son, Dickie Moore, Luis Al- 
berni, Charles Middleton 
Claire McDowell. Polly Walt- 
ers, Douglas Gerard, Nat 
Pendleton, Bill Irving, Haro d 
Waldridge, Frank Conroy. Wil- 
liam Humphries. Edward Van 
Sloan, Ethel Griffies 
Director — Lloyd Bacon 
Author — Samuel Shipman 
Scenarists — Robert Lord, Houston 
Branch 

Dialoguers — Robert Lord, Houston 

Branch 
Editor— Bill Holmes 
Cameraman — Dev Jennings 
Reviewed — 1 -3-32 
Released— 1-16-32 

MANHATTAN TOWER 

Dist. — Remington 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast — Mary Brian, Irene Rich, 
James Hall, Hale Hamilton, 
Noel Francis, Nydia Westman, 
Clay Clement, Billy Dooley. 
Jed Prouty, Wade Boteler 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author — David Hempstead, Jr. 
Scenarist — Norman Houston 
Dialoguer — Norman Houston 
Editor — Harry Reynolds 
Cameraman — Ira Morgan 
Reviewed — 1 1 -2-32 

MAN'S LAND, A 
Dist. — Allied Pictures 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast — Hoot Gibson, Marion 

Shilling. Ethel Wales, Robert 

Ellis, Charles King, Bill Nye. 

Bill Robbins, Al Bridge, Hal 

Burney 



1932 RELEASES 



Director — Phil Rosen 
Author — Adele Buffington 
Scenarist— Adele Buffington 
Dialoguer — Adele Buffington 
Cameramen — Harry Newman. 

Tom Galligan 
Recording Engineer — L. E. Tope 
Reviewed— 12-28-32 

MAN WANTED 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Kay Francis. David Man- 
ners, Andy Devine, Guy Kib- 
bee, Kenneth Thomson, Una 
Merkel, Virginia Sale. Claire 
Dodd 

Director — William Dieterle 
Author — Robert Lord 
Scenarist — Charles Kenyon 
Dialoguer — Charles Kenyon 
Editor — James Gibbon 
Cameraman — Gregg Toland 
Reviewed — 4-17-32 
Released— 4-23-32 

MAN WHO PLAYED GOD 

Dist.— Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 81 mins. 

Cast — George Arliss, Violet 
Heming, Ivan Simpson, Louise 
Closser Hale, Bette Davis, 
Andre Luguet. Donald Cook, 
Charles Evans, Oscar Apfel, 
Paul Porcasi, Raymond Mil- 
land, Dorothy LeBaire. Wil- 
liam Janney, Grace Durkin, 
Russell Hopton. Murray Kin- 
nell, Harry Stubbs, Hedda 
Hopper, Wade Boteler. Alex- 
ander Ikonikoff. Michael Vi- 
saroff 

Director — John G. Adolfi 
Author— Governeur Morris 
Scenarists — Julian Josephson. 

Maude Howell 
Dialoguers — Julian Josephson. 

Maude Howell . 
Editor— William Holmes 
Cameraman — James Van Trees 
Reviewed— 2-14-32 
Released— 2-20-32 

MARK OF THE SPUR 

Dist.— Big 4 

Running Time — 60 mins. 
Cast— Bob Custer. Lillian Rich. 
Lafe McKee, George Chese- 
bro, Charles Edler. Franklin 
Farnum, Annabelle Driver. 
Blackie Whiteford, Bud Os- 
borne, Frank Ball. Jack Long 
Director — J. P. McGowan 
Author — Frederick Chapin 
Scenarist — Frederick Chapin 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Reviewed — 3-6-32 
Released— 2-10-32 

MATA HARI 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

Cast — Greta Garbo, Ramon No- 
varro, Lionel Barrymore, Lewis 
Stone, C. Henry Gordon. 



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Karen Morley, Alec B. Fran- 
cis, Blanche Frederici, Ed- 
mund Breese, Helen Jerome 
Eddy. Frank Reicher 
Director— George Fitzmaurice 
Authors — Benjamin Glazer, Leo 
Birinskl 

Scenarists — Benjamin Glazer, 

Leo Birinskl 
Dialoguers — Doris Anderson, Gil- 
bert Emery 
Editor— Frank Sullivan 
Cameraman — William Daniels 
Recording Engineer— J. K. Brock 
Reviewed— 1-3-32 

MASK OF FU MANCHU, THE 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — Boris Karloff, Lewis 
Stone, Karen Morley, Charles 
Starrett, Myrna Loy, Jean 
Hersholt, Lawrence Grant, 
David Torrence 

Director — Charles Brabin 

Author — Sax Rohmer 

Scenarists — Irene Kuhn, Edgar 
Allan Woolf, John Willard 

Editor — Ben Lewis 

Cameraman — Gaetano Gaudio 

Reviewed — 12-3-32 

Released— 1 1 -5-32 

MASON OF THE MOUNTED 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running 



Cast— Bill Cody, Andy Shuford 
Nancy Drexel, Jack Carlyle, 
LeRoy Mason, Joe Dominquez 
James Marcus, Frank Hali 
Crane, Gordon McGee Cap- 
tain Art Smith 

Director— Harry Fraser 

Author — Harry Fraser 

Scenarist— Harry Fraser 

Dialoguer— Harry Fraser 

Cameraman — Archie Stout 

Recording Engineer— Balsley & 
Phillips 

Reviewed— 9-3-32 

MATCH KING, THE 
• Dist.— First National 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Warren William, Lili 
Damita, Glenda Farrell, Har- 
old Huber, Spencer Charters. 
John Wray, Murray Kinnell, 
Hardie Albright, Juliette 
Compton, Claire Dodd, Alan 
Hale, Edmund Breese, Harry 
Beresford, George Meeker 
DeWitt Jennings, Alphonse 
Ethier, Robert McWade, Bodil 
Rosing, Greta Meyer 

Director— Howard Bretherton 

Author — Einar Thorvaldson 

Scenarists — Sidney Sutherland, 
Houston Branch 

Dialoguers — Sidney Sutherland, 
Houston Branch 

Editor— Jack Killifer 

Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 

Reviewed— 12-9-32 

Released— 12-31-32 

MEINE FRAU, DIE HOCH- 
STAPLERIN (German) 

(My Wife, The Adventuress) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 75 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 



Cast — Heinz Ruehmann, Kaethc 
von Nagy, Fritz Gruenbaum, 
Hermann Vallentin, Alfred 
Able, Maly Delschaft, Theo 
Lingen, Hans Wassermann, 
Fritz Alberti, Else Heims 

Director — Kurt Gerron 

Authors — Ernst Wolff, Dr. 
Friedrich Zeckendorf, Philipp 
L. Mayring 

Scenarists — Ernst Wolff, Dr. 
Friedrich Zeckendorf, Philipp 
L. Mayring 

Dialoguers — Ernst Wolff, Dr. 
Friedrich Zeckendorf, Philipp 
L. Mayring 

Cameramen— Eugene Schuefftan, 
Karl Puth 

Recording Engineer — Walter 
Tjaden 

Reviewed — 2-7-32 

MEIN LEOPOLD (German) 
(My Leopold) 
Dist.— Capital Foreign Attrac- 
tions 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Gustav Froehlich, Max 
Adelbert, Harold Paulsen, Ca- 
milla Spira, Lucie Englisch. 
Elfieda Borodin, Herman 
Thimig 
Director— Hans Steinhoff 
Author — Adolph L'Arronge 
Scenarist — Hans Brennert 
Dialoguer — Hans Brennert 
Reviewed — 4-3-32 

McKENNA OF THE 
MOUNTED 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 66 mins. 

Cast — Buck Jones, James Flavin, 
Walter McGrail, Greta Gran- 
stedt, Niles Welch, Mitchell 
Lewis 

Director — D. Ross Lederman 
Author — Randall Faye 
Scenarist — Stuart Anthony 
Dialoguer — Stuart Anthony 
Editor — Gene Milford 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Reviewed — 1 1 -7-32 

ME AND MY GAL 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Spencer Tracy, Joan Ben- 
nett, Marion Burns, George 
Walsh, J. Farrell MacDonald 
Noel Madison, Henry B. Wal- 
thall, Bert Hanlon, Adrian 
Morris, George Chandler 

Director — Raoul Walsh 

Authors — Barry Connors, Philip 
Klein 

Scenarist— Arthur Kober 
Cameraman — Arthur Miller 
Recording Engineer — George 

Leverett 
Reviewed— 12-10-32 
Released— 12-4-32 

MEN AND JOBS (Russian) 

Dist. — Amkino 

(Produced in Russia) 

Cast — N. Okhlopkov, V. Stanit- 
zyn, A. Geirod, S. Yakovleva, 
V. Kovrigin, S. Polyakof 

Director— A. Macheret 

Music — S. Gerasimov, N. Kriu- 
kov, E. Bezalin 

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1932 RELEASES 



Scenarist — A. Macheret 
Cameraman — A. Galperin 
Released— 12-30-32 

MEN LIKE THESE 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 45 mins. 
(Produced in England) 

Cast— Sydney Seaward, John 
Batton, James Enstone, Ed- 
ward Gee, John Hunt, Carles 
Peachy, Valentine White 

Director — Walter Summers 

Constructors — John F. Meed, 
James A. Marchant, Leslie 
Norman 

Editor— Walter Mycroft 

Cameramen— Jack Parker, Horace 
Wheddon 

Recording Engineer — Alex 
Murray 

Reviewed— 1-10-32 

MEN OF AMERICA 

Dist. — Radio 

Cast— Bill Boyd, Charles (Chic) 
Sale, Dorothy Wilson, Ralph 
Ince, Henry Armetta, Inez 
Palange, Theresa Maxwell 
Conover, Alphonse Ethier, 
Ling 

Director — Ralph Ince 

Authors — Humphrey Pearson, 

Henry McCarty 
Scenarists — Samuel Ornitz, Jack 

Jungmeyer 
Released— 12-9-32 

MENSCH OHNE NAMEN 
(German) . 
(The Man Without a Name) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Werner Krauss, Hertln 

Thiele, Helene Thimig, Math- 

ias Wieman, Maria Bard, 

Julius Falkenstein 
Director — Gustav Ucicky 
Author — Robert Liebmann 
Cameraman— Carl Hoffman 
Recording Engineer — Erich Leist- 

ner 

Reviewed— 11-10-32 

MEN OF CHANCE 

Dist. — RKO Radio 
Running Time — 68 mins. 
Cast — Ricardo Cortez, Mary 
Astor, John Halliday, Kitty 
Kelly, Ralph Ince, George 
Davis, Tom Francis, James 
Donlin 

Director — George Archainbaud 
Author — Louis Weitzenkorn 
Scenarists — Wallace Smith, 

Louis Stevens 
Dialoguers— Wallace Smith, 

Louis Stevens 
Editor — Archie Marshek 
Cameramen — Nick Musuraca 
Recording Engineer — Clem 

Portman 
Reviewed — 1-3-32 
Released— 1-8-32 



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MENACE, THE 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — H. B. Warner, Bette 
Davis. Walter Byron, Natalie 
Moorhead, William Davidson. 
Craufurd Kent, Halliwell 
Hobbes, Charles Gerrard, Mur- 
ray Kinnell. 

Director— Roy William Neill 

Author — Edgar Wallace (from 
"The Feathered Serpent") 

Scenarists — Dorothy Howell, 
Charles Logue 

Dialoguer — Roy Chanslor 

Editor — Gene Havelick 

Cameraman— L. William 
O'Connell 

Recording Engineer — George 
Cooper 

Reviewed — 1-31-32 

Released— 1 -28-32 

MERRILY WE GO TO HELL 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast — Sylvia Sidney, Fredric 
March, Adrianne Allen. Skeets 
Gallagher, Florence Britton, 
Esther Howard, George Irving, 
Kent Taylor, Charles Cole- 
man, Leonard Carey, Milla 
Davenport. Robert Greig, Neal 
Dodd. Mildred Boyd, Cary 
Grant 

Director — Dorothy Arzner 
Author — Geo Lucas (from "I, 

Jerry Take Thee, Joan") 
Scenarist — Edwin Justis Mayer 
Dialoguer — Edwin Justis Mayer 
Cameraman — David Abel 
Reviewed— 6-1 1 -32 
Released— 6-10-32 

MICHAEL AND MARY 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Edna Best, Herbert Mar- 
shall, Frank Lawton, Elizabeth 
Allan, D. A. Clarke-Smith. 
Ben Field, Margaret Yarde, 
Sunday Wilshin 

Director— Victor Saville 

Author— A. A. Milne 

Scenarist — Victor Saville 

Dialoguer — A. A. Milne 

Editors — Ian Dalrymple, John 
Goldman 

Cameraman — Leslie Rowson 

Recording Engineer— George 
Gunn 

Reviewed — 1-10-32 

Released— 1-31-32 

MICHE (French) 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

(Produced in France) 

Cast— Suzy Vernon, Robert 
Bumier, Marguerite Moreno, 
Edith Mera, Magdelaine 
Berubet. Dranem 

Director — Jean de Marguenat 

Author — Etienne Ray 

Music — Lionel Cazaux 

Reviewed— 12-7-32 



MIDNIGHT LADY 

Dist.— Chesterfield 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast— Sarah Padden, John Dar- 
row, Claudia Dell, Theodore 
Van Eltz, Montague Love, 
Lucy Beaumont, Lina Bas- 
quette, Donald Keith. Brandon 
Hurst, B. Wayne Lamont 
Director— Richard Thorpe 
Author — Edward T. Lowe 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
Released— 5-15-32 

MIDNIGHT MORALS 

Dist.— Mayfair 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast — Beryl Mercer, Alberta 
Vaughn, Charles Delaney, De- 
Witt Jennings, Rex Lease 
Director — E. Mason Hopper 
Author — Norman Houston 
Scenarist — Norman Houston 
Dialoguer — Norman Houston 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Reviewed — 8-9-32 

MIDNIGHT PATROL 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time— 67 mins. 

Cast — Regis Toomey, Betty 
Bronson, Edwina Booth, Mary 
Nolan, Earle Foxe, Robert 
Elliott, Mack Swain, Snub 
Pollard, Mischa Auer, Tod 
Sloan, Jim Jeffries, Ray 
Cooke, Eddie Kane, William 
Norton Bailey, Jack Mower, 
Barry Oliver, Wilfred Lucas, 
J. C. Fowler 

Director — Christy Cabanne 

Author— Arthur Hoerl 

Scenarist — George Jeske 

Dialoguers — Barry Barringer, C. 
E. Roberts 

Cameraman — Lou Physioc 

Reviewed — 5-8-32 

Released— 4-10-32 

MIDNIGHT WARNING 

Dist. — Mayfair Pictures Corp. 

Cast — William Boyd, Claudia 
Dell, Huntley Gordon, John 
Harron, Hooper Atchley, Lloyd 
Whitlock, Phillips Smalley. 
Lloyd Ingraham, Henry Hall 

Director — Spencer Gordon Ben- 
net 

Author — Norman Battle 
Scenarist — John Tho» «s Neville 
Dialoguer — John Thorns. Neville 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — Homer 
Ackerman 

MILLION DOLLAR LEGS 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast— Jack Oakie, W. C. Fields, 
Andy Clyde, Lyda Roberti. 
Ben Turpin, Susan Fleming, 
Hugh Herbert, George Bar- 
bier, Dickie Moore, Billy Gil- 
bert, Vernon Dent, Teddy 



1932 RELEASES 



Hart, John Sinclair, Sam 
Adams, Irving Bacon, Ben 
Taggart, Hank Mann, Chick 
Collins, Sid Saylor 
Director — Edward Cline 
Author — Joseph L. Mankiewicz 
Scenarists — Henry Myers, Nick 

Barrows 
Cameraman — Arthur Todd 
Reviewed— 7-9-32 

MIRACLE OF ST. ANTHONY 

(S-SE) 

Dist. — Vitullo Films 

Running Time — 95 mins. 

(Produced in Italy) 

Cast — Ellen Meis, Maurizo 

D'Ancora, Evelina Paoli, Ros- 

sanda D'Alba, Giorgio Bianchi, 

Tina Ceccacci 
Director — Nicola Fausto Neroni 
Author— Floria Vitullo 
Scenarist — Floria Vitullo 
Cameraman — Arturo Galleo 
Recording Engineer — Gerdinando 

Martini 
Reviewed — 4-17-32 
Released— 5-16-32 

MIRACLE MAN, THE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running — Time — 85 mins. 

Cast — Sylvia Sidney. Chester 
Morris, Irving Pichel, John 
Wray, Robert Coogan, Boris 
Karloff, Hobart Bosworth, Ned 
A. Sparks, Lloyd Hughes, Vir- 
ginia Bruce, Florine McKen- 
ney, Frank Darien, Lew 
Kelly 

Director — Norman McLeod 
Authors — Frank L. Packard. Rob- 
ert H. Davis, George M. 
Cohan 

Scenarist — Waldemar Young 
Dialoguers — Waldemar Young, 

Samuel Hoffenstein 
Cameraman — David Abel 
Reviewed — 4-24-32 
Released — 4-1-32 

MISLEADING LADY 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Claudette Colbert, Ed- 
mund Lowe, Stuart Erwin, 
Robert Strange, George Meek- 
er, Selena Royle, Curtis 
Cooksey, William Gargan, 
Nina Walker, Edgar Nelson, 
Fred Stewart, Harry Ellerbe. 
Will Geer, Donald McBr.de 

Director— Stuart Walker 

Authors — Charles W. Goddard, 
Paul Dickey 

Scenarists — Adelaide Heilbron, 
Caroline Francke 

Dialoguers — Adelaide Heilbron, 
Caroline Francke 

Cameraman — George Folsey 

Reviewed — 4-1 0-32 

Released— 4-15-32 



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FILM DAILY 



Presented by E. W. Mammons 



Distributed in U. S. A. by Fox Film Corporation 




HOTEL 
CONTINENTAL 

Played the Roxy, N. Y. C. 
★ 

STRANGERS OF 
THE EVENING 

Played the Paramount, NiY.C. 
★ 

THE MAN 
CALLED BACK 

Played the Rialto, N. Y. C. 
★ 

THE LAST MILE 

Played the Capitol, N. Y. C. 



THOSE WE LOVE 

Played Loew's Paradise, N. Y. C. 



FALSE FACES 

Played the Paramount, N.Y.C. 

UPTOWN 
NEW YORK 

Played the Paramount, N.Y.C. 

* 

THE DEATH 
KISS 

Played the Roxy, N. Y. C. 
★ 

AUCTION 
IN SOULS 

Released February 23 
★ 

A STUDY 
IN SCARLET 

Released March 26 



world wipe 



Presented by E. W. Hammons 



Distributed in U. S. A. by Fox Film Corporation 



Martini G. Cohn 



Supervising Film Editor 
K.B.S. PRODUCTIONS 



LAST MILE 
UPTOWN NEW YORK 
FALSE FACES 
DEATH KISS 
AUCTION IN SOULS 



am BischofF 




MISSING REMBRANDT 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time — 78 mins. 

(Produced in England) 
Cast — Arthur Wontner, Ian 
Fleming, Minnie Raynor, Fran- 
cis L. Sullivan, Dino Galvani. 
Miles Mander, Jane Welsh, 
Philip Hewland, Anthony Hol- 
lis. Herbert Lomas, Ben Wel- 
don 

Director — Leslie Hiscott 
Author — Sir Arthur Conan 
Doyle 

Scenarists — Cyril Twyford, H. 
Fowler Mear 



Editor— Jack Harris 
Cameraman — Sydney Blythe 
Recording Engineer — Baynham 

Honri 
Reviewed— 3-27-32 
Released— 7-20-32 



MISS PINKERTON 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 66 mins. 

Cast — Joan Blondell, George 
Brent, Mae Madison, John 
Wray, Ruth Hall, Alan Lane, 
C. Henry Gordon, Donald 
Dillaway, Elizabeth Patterson, 
Blanche Friderici, Mary Doran, 
Holmes Herbert, Lucien Lit- 
tlefield, Nigel de Brulier, 
Eulalie Jensen 

Director — Lloyd Bacon 

Author— Mary Roberts Reinhart 

Scenarists — Lillian Hayward, 
Nevin Bush 

Dialoguer — Lillian Hayward, 
Nevin Bush 

Editor— Ray Curtis 

Cameraman— Barney McGill 

Reviewed— 7-9-32 

Released— 7-30-32 

MONSTER WALKS 

Dist.— Mayfair 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast— Rex Lease, Vera Reynolds, 

Sheldon Lewis, Mischa Auer. 

Martha Mattox, Sidney Bracy 

Sleep 'N Eat 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author — Robert Ellis 
Scenarist — Robert Ellis 
Dialoguer— Robert Ellis 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — George 

Hutchins 
Reviewed— 2-7-32 
Released— 2-10-32 

MONTE CARLO MADNESS 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
(Produced in Monte Carlo) 
Cast — Sari Maritza, Hans Al- 
bers, Charles Redgie, Helen 
Haye, John Deverill, Thomas 
Weguelin, Phillip Manning, 
C. Hooper Trask 



Director — Hanns Schwarz 
Authors — Hans Muller, Franz 
Schulz 

Scenarists — Hans Muller, Franz 
Schulz 

Dialoguers — Hans Muller, Franz 
Schulz 

Cameraman — Hermann Fritz- 

sching 
Reviewed— 6-5-32 
Released — 7-1-32 

MORITZ MACHT SEIN 
GLUECK (German) 
(Morris Makes His Fortune) 
Dist.— Capital Film Ex. 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Siegfried Arno, Dorothea 

Diessle 
Director — laap Speyer 
Reviewed— 12-28-32 

MOST DANGEROUS GAME 

Dist.— RKO 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast— Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, 
Robert Armstrong, Leslie 
Banks, Hale Hamilton 



Author — Richard Connell 
Scenarist — James Creelman 
Editor — Archie Marshek 
Cameraman — Henry Gerrard 
Recording Engineer — Clem Port- 
man 

Reviewed— 9-10-32 
Released— 9-9-32 

MOVIE CRAZY 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 81 mins. 
Cast — Harold Lloyd, Constance 
Cummings, Kenneth Thomson, 
Sidney Jarvis, Eddie Fether- 
stone, Robert McWade, Louise 
Closser Hale, Spencer 
Charters, Harold Goodwin, 
Lucy Beaumont, DeWitt Jen- 
nings, Mary Doran. Noah 
Young. Constantine Romanoff, 
Arthur Housman 
Director — Clyde Bruckman 
Authors — Agnes Christine John- 
son, John Grey, Felix Adler 
Scenarist — Vincent Lawrence 
Dialoguer — Vincent Lawrence 
Editor — Bernard Burton 
Cameraman — Walter Lundin 
Reviewed — 8-12-32 

MOUTHPIECE, THE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

Cast — Warren William, Sidney 

Fox, Mae Madison, John 

Wray, Aline MacMahon, Polly 

Walters, Ralph Ince. 
Directors — James Flood, Elliott 

Nugent 
Author — Frank Collins 
Scenarist — Earl Baldwin 
Dialoguer — Earl Baldwin 



1932 RELEASES 



Editor — George Amy 
Cameraman — Barney McGill 
Reviewed — 4-24-32 
Released— 5-7-32 

MR. ROBINSON CRUSOE 

Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Douglas Fairbanks, Maria 

Alba, William Farnum, Earle 

Browne 

Director — Edward Sutherland 
Author — Tom J. Geraghty 
Scenarist — Tom J. Geraghty 
Dialoguer— Tom J. Geraghty 
Editor — Robert Kern 
Cameraman — Max Dupont 
Recording Engineer — Walter 

Pahlman 
Reviewed— 9-23-32 
Released— 8-19-32 

MUMMY, THE 
Dist. — Universal 

Cast— Boris Karloff, Zita Jo- 
hann, David Manners, Edward 
Van Sloan, Arthur Byron, 
Bramwell Fletcher, Noble 
Johnson, Leanard Mudie, 
Katheryn Byron, Eddie Kane, 
Tony Marlow, Maes Crane, 
Arnold Grey, Henry Victor 

Director — Karl Freund 

Authors— Nina Wilcox Putnam, 
Richard Schayer 

Scenarist— John L. Balderston 

Cameraman — Charles Stumar 

Released— 11-22-32 

MURDER AT DAWN 

Dist. — Big 4 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

Cast — Josephine Dunn, Jack 
Mulhall, Mischa Auer, Martha 
Mattox. Craufurd Kent. Phil 
lips Smalley, Marjorie Beebe, 
Al Cross, Frank Ball, Eddie 
Boland 

Director — Richard Thorpe 
Author — Barry Barringer 
Scenarist — Barry Barringer 
Dialoguer — Barry Barringer 
Reviewed — 2-28-32 
Released— 2-22-32 

MURDERS IN THE RUE 
MORGUE 

Dist. — Universal 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Bela Lugosi, Sidney Fox, 
Leon Waycoff, Bert Roach. 
Brandon Hurst, Noble John- 
son, D'Arcy Corrigan, Betty 
Ross Clarke 
Director — Robert Florey 
Author — Edgar Allan Poe 
Scenarists — Tom Reed, Dale Van 
Every 

Dialoguer — John Huston 
Editor — Milton Carruth 



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Cameraman — Karl Freund 
Recording Engineer — C. Roy 

Hunter 
Reviewed — 2-14-32 
Released— 2-21-32 

MY WIFE'S FAMILY 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in England) 

Cast — Gene Gerrard, Murial An- 
gelus. Amy Veness, Charles 
Paton, Dodo Watts, Tom Hel- 
more, Molly Lamont, Ellen 
Pollock, Jimmy Godden 

Director — Monty Banks 

Scenarists — Fred Duprez, Val 
Valentine 

Dialoguers — Fred Duprez, Val 
Valentine 

Editor — A. C. Hammond 

Cameraman — Claude Friese- 
Greene 

Recording Engineer — Cecil B. 

Thornton 
Reviewed — 3-13-32 
Released— 4-15-32 

MY PAL, THE KING 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast— Tom Mix, Mickey Rooney, 
Paul Hurst, Noel Francis, 
Finis Barton, Stuart Holmes, 
James Kirkwood, Jim Thorpe, 
Christian Frank, Clarissa Sel- 
wynne, Ferdinand Schumann- 
Heink, Wallis Clark, Tony 
Director — Kurt Neumann 
Author— Richard Schayer 
Scenarists— Jack Natteford, Tom 
Crizer 

Dialoguers — Jack Natteford 

Tom Crizer 
Cameraman — Dan Clark 
Released— 8-4-32 

MYSTERY RANCH 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time— 56 mins. 
Cast— George O'Brien, Cecilia 
Parker, Charles Middleton, 
Charles Stevens, Forrester 
Harvey, Noble Johnson, Roy 
Stewart, Virginia Herdman, 
Betty Francisco, Russ Powell 
Director — David Howard 
Author— Stewart Edward White 

(from "The Killer") 
Scenarist — Al Cohn 
Dialoguer— Al Cohn 
Editor— Paul Weatherwax 
Cameraman — Joseph August 
Recording Engineer — Albert 

Protzman 
Reviewed — 7-1-32 
Released— 6-12-32 

NEW MORALS FOR OLD 

Dist— M-G-M 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

Cast — Robert Young, Margaret 
Perry, Lewis Stone, Laura 
Hope Crews, Myrna Loy. 
Donald Cook, Jean Hersholt, 
Ruth Selwyn, Kathryn Craw- 



ford, Louise Closser Hale. 

Mitchell Lewis, Elizabeth 

Patterson, Lillian Harmer 
Director — Charles F. Brabin 
Author — John Van Drufen 
(From "After All") 
Dialoguers — Zelda Sears, Wanda 

Tuchock 
Editor— William S. Gray 
Cameraman — John Mescal 
Reviewed— 6-24-32 
Released — 6-4-32 

NICE WOMEN 

Dist. — Universal 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast — Sidney Fox, Frances Dee. 
Alan Mowbray, Lucille Glea- 
son, James Durkin, Kenneth 
Seiling, Carmel Myers. Leon- 
ard Carey, Jo Wallace, Patsy 
O'Byrne, Florence Enright, Rus- 
sell Gleason 
Director— Edwin H. Knopf 
Author — William A. Grew 
Scenarists — Edwin H. Knopf, 

Gladys Lehman 
Dialoguer — Edwin H. Knopf 
Editor— Robert Carlisle 
Cameraman — Charles Stumer 
Recording Engineer — C. Roy 

Hunter 
Reviewed— 2-21 -32 

NIE WIEDER LIEBE (German) 
(No More Love) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Lillian Harvey, Harry 
Liedtke, Felix Bressart, Margo 
Lion, Oscar Marion, Julius 
Falkenstein, Herman Speel- 
mans, Theo Lingen, Raoul 
Langen, Lovis Brody, Constan- 
ts Kasler, Rina Marsa. Hans 
Behal 

Director — Anatol Litwak 
Author— Julius Berstl 
Scenaristsl. V. Cube, A. Lit- 
wak 

Author— Julius Berstl 
Scenarists— I. V. Cube, A. Lit- 
wak 

Cameramen — Franz Planer. Rob- 
ert Baberske 
Reviewed — 1 -17-32 



NIGHT AFTER NIGHT 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast — George Raft, Constance 
Cummings. Wynne Gibson, 
Mae West, Alison Skipworth. 
Roscoe Karns, Al Hill, Louis 
Calhern, Harry Wallace, Dink 
Templeton, Bradley Page. 
Marty Martyn 
Director — Archie Mayo 
Author — Louis Bromfield 
Scenarist — Vincent Lawrence 
Cameraman — Ernest Haller 
Reviewed— 10-29-32 



1932 RELEASES 



NIGHT BEAT, THE 

Dist. — Mayfair 

Cast— Jack Mulhall. Patsy Ruth 
Miller, Walter McGrail, Ernie 
Adams 

Director — George Seitz 

Scenarist — Scott Darling 

Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 

NIGHT CLUB LADY 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast — Adolphe Menjou, Skeets 
Gallagher. Mayo Methot, Al- 
bert Conti, Blanche Friderici, 
Nat Pendleton, Ruthelma 
Stevens, Gerald Fielding, 
Greta Grandstedt, Ed Brady, 
Lee Phelps, George Humbart. 
Niles Welch. William von 
Brincken, Teru Shimada 
Director — Irving Cummings 
Author — Anthony Abbot 
Scenarist — Robert Riskin 
Dialoguer — Robert Riskin 
Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer — George 

Cooper 
Reviewed— 8-27-32 

NIGHT COURT 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

Cast— Phillips Holmes, Walter 
Huston, Anita Page, Lewis 
Stone, Mary Carlisle. John 
Miljan, Jean Hersholt, Tully 
Marshall. Noel Francis 

Director — W. S. Van Dyke 

Authors— Mark Hellinger, 
Charles Beahan 

Scenarists — Bayard Veiller, 
Lenore Coffee 

Editor — Ben Lewis 

Cameraman — Norbert Brodine 

Reviewed— 5-29-32 

Released— 4-23-32 

NIGHT MAYOR 

Dist— Columbia 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast — Lee Tracy, Evalyn Knapp, 
Eugene Pallette. Warren Hy- 
mer. Donald Dillaway. Vince 
Barnett, Astrid Alwyn, Bar- 
bara Weeks. Gloria She"* Em- 
mett Corrigan, Tom O'Brien, 
Wide Boteler, Harold Minjir, 
Wallis Clark 

Director — Ben Stoloff 

Author— Sam Marx 

Scenarist — Gertrude Purcell 

Dialoguer — Gertrude Purcell 

Editor— Maurice Wright 

Cameraman — Teddy Tezlaff 

Reviewed — 1 1 -26-32 

NIGHT OF JUNE 13 

Dist — Paramount 
Running Time — 70 mins. 



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Cast — Clive Brook, Lita Lee, 
Adrlanne Allen, Mary Boland, 
Charles Grapewin, Charles 
Ruggles. Frances Dee, Gene 
Raymond, Richard Carte, 
Helen Ware, Helen Jerome 
Eddy, Arthur Hohl, Billy 
Butts, Wallis Clark, Edward 
J. LeSaint 

Director— Stephen Roberts 

Author— Vera Caspary (from 
"Suburb") 

Scenarists — Agnes Brand Leahy, 
Brian Marlow, William Slav- 
ens McNutt 

Cameraman — Harry Fishbeck 

Reviewed — 9-17-32 

NIGHT RIDER 

Dist.— Artclass 
Running Time — 57 mlns. 
Cast— Harry Carey, Elinor Fair, 
Jack Weatherby, George F. 
Hayes, Julian Rivero, Tom 
London, Bob Kortman, Walter 
Shumway, Cliff Lyons 
Director— William Nigh 
Author— Harry P. Crist 
Scenarist — Harry P. C .rist 
Dialoguer — Harry P. C irist 
Cameraman — James Diamond 
Recording Engineer — B. J. 

Kroger 
Reviewed— 5-22-32 

NIGHT WORLD 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast— Lew Ayres, Mae Clarke, 
Boris Karloff, Russell Hopton, 
Dorothy Revier, Bert Roach, 
Dorothy Peterson, Hedda Hop- 
per, Clarence Muse, Florence 
Lake, Gene Morgan, Huntley 
Gordon, George Raft, Robert 
Emmett O'Connor, Arietta 
Duncan, Pat Somerset, Frank 
Beall, John K. Wells, Hal 
Grayson and Orchestra 
Director — Hobart Henley 
Authors — Allen Rivkin, P. J. 

Wolfson 
Scenarist— Richard Schayer 
Dialoguer — Richard Schayer 
Cameraman — Merrit Gerstad 
Released— 5-5-32 

1914: THE LAST DAYS BE- 
FORE THE WAR (German 
and English) 

Dist.— Capital Film Exchange 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Albert Basserman, Herr- 
man Wlach, Wolfgang V. 
Schwind, Reinhold Schuenz- 
rie, Lucie Hoeffich, Ferdin- 
and Hart, Oskar Homolka, A. 
E. Licho, Hans Peppier, Theo- 
dore Loos, Fritr Alberti, Eu- 
gene Kleepfer, Alfred Abel. 
Victor Jensen, Ferdinant V. 
Alten, Bruno Ziemer, Hein- 
rich George, Alexander 
Granach, Paul Mederow, Fritz 
Odemar 

Director — Richard Oswald 

Author — Heinz Goldberg, Fritz 
Wendhausen 

Cameraman — Mutz Greenbaum 

Reviewed— 9-7-32 



NO GREATER LOVE 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Dickie Moore, Richard 
Bennett, Alexander Carr, Beryl 
Mercer, Alec Francis, Betty 
Jane Graham, Mischa Auer, 
Tom McQuire, Martha Mat- 
tox, Helen Jerome Eddy 

Director — Lewis Seiler 

Author — Isadore Bernstein 

Scenarist — Lou Breslow 

Dialoguer — Lou Breslow 

Cameraman — William Thompson 

Reviewed — 5-15-32 

Released— 5-13-32 

NO LIVING WITNESS 

Dist. — Mayfair 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast — Gilbert Roland, Noah 
Beery, Barbara Kent, Carmel 
Myers, Otis Harlan, Dorothy 
Revier, J. Carol Naish, Ferike 
Boros, John Ince, Monte Car- 
ter, Broderick O'Farrell, Ar- 
thur Millett, James Cooley. 
Gordon DeMain 
Director — E. Mason Hopper 
Author — Norman Houston 
Scenarist — Norman Houston 
Dialoguer— Norman Houston 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer— Dean Daly 
Reviewed— 9-13-32 

NO MAN OF HER OWN 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

Cast— Clark Gable, Carole Lom- 
bard, Dorothy Mackaill, Grant 
Mitchell, George Barbier. 
Elizabeth Patterson, J. Far- 
rell MacDonald, Tommy Con- 
Ion, Walter Walker, Paul 
Ellis, Lillian Harmer, Frank 
McGlynn, Sr. 

Director — Wesley Ruggles 

Authors — Edmund Goulding. 
Benjamin Glazer 

Scenarists — Maurine Watkins, 
Milton H. Gropper 

Cameraman — Leo Tover 

Reviewed— 12-31-32 

NO MORE ORCHIDS 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — Carole Lombard, Lyle Tal- 
bot, Walter Connolly, Louise 
Closser Hale, Allen Vincent. 
Ruthelma Stevens, C. Aubrey 
Smith, Arthur Houseman, Wil- 
liam V. Mong, Charles H. 
Mailes, Jameson Thomas, Ed 
LeSaint, William Worthington. 
Broderick O'Farrell, Belle 
Johnstone, Harold Minjir, 
Sidney Bracy 

Director — Walter Lang 

Author — Grace Perkins 

Scenarist — Gertrude Pureed 

Cameraman — Joe August 

Recording Engineer — Edward 
Bernds 

Reviewed— 12-31-32 

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1932 RELEASES 



NO ONE MAN 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast — Carole Lombard, Ricardo 
Cortez, Paul Lukas, Juliette 
Compton, George Barbier, Vir- 
ginia Hammond, Arthur Pier- 
son, Frances Moffett, Irving 
Bacon 

Director— Lloyd Corrigan 
Author— Rupert Hughes 
Scenarists — Percy Heath, Sidney 

Buchman, Agnes Brand Leahy 
Dialoguers— Percy Heath. Sidney 

Buchman, Agnes Brand Leahy 
Cameraman — Charles Lang 
Reviewed — 1 -24-32 
Released— 1 -30-32 

OFFICE GIRL 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Renate Muller. Jack Hul- 

bert, Owen Nares, Morris 

Harvey 
Director — Victor Saville 
Author — Franz Schulz (from 

"The Private Secretary") 
Scenarist — Victor Saville 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 
Released— 4-8-32 

OKAY AMERICA 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Lew Ayres, Maureen 0'- 
Sullivan, Louis Calhern, Wal- 
ter Catlett, Allan Dinehart, 
Edward Arnold, Rollo Lloyd 
Margaret Lindsay, Wallis 
Clarke, Nance O'Neill, Fred- 
eric Burton, Frank Sheridan. 
Marjorie Gateson, Henry Ar- 
metta, George Dow Clark, 
Emerson Treacy, Ruth Lyons, 
Berton Churchill, Frank 
Darien, Onslow Stevens, 
James Flavin, Al Hall. Wil- 
liam Daly, Neely Edwards. 
Caryl Lincoln, The Three 
Cheers, The Bluettes, Everett 
Hoagland's Band 

Director — Tay Garnett 

Author— William Anthony Mc- 
Guire 

Scenarists — William Anthony 

McGuire, Scott Pembroke 
Cameraman— Arthur Miller 
Released— 9-8-32 

OLD DARK HOUSE, THE 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast— Boris Karloff, Melvyn 
Douglas, Charles Laughton, 
Gloria Stuart, Lilian Bond, 
Ernest Thesiger, Eva Moore, 
Raymond Massey, Brember 
Wills, John Dudgeon. 

Director — James Whale. 

Author— J. B. Priestley 

Scenarist — Benn W. Levy 



presents 

"ANDY CLYDE COMEDIES' 



under supervision 

AL CHRISTIE 

Direction by 

HARRY J. EDWARDS 




NATHAN, WOODARD 
and FAIRBANKS 

Producing 
"BATTLE FOR LIFE" SERIES 

Under the personal supervision of 
STACY WOODARD 
for 

EDUCATIONAL PICTURES 





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Dialoguer— R. C. Sheriff 
Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 
Released— 10-20-32 



Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 
Reviewed— 8-23-32 
Released— 10-22-32 



1932 RELEASES 



ONCE IN A LIFETIME 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — Jack Oakie, Sidney Fox, 
Aline MacMahon, Russell Hop- 
ton, ZaSu Pitts, Louise 
Fazenda, Gregory Ratoff, On- 
slow Stevens, Robert Mc- 
Wade. Jobyna Howland. 
Claudia Morgan, Gregory 
Gaye, Eddie Kane, Johnnie 
Morris, Mona Maris. Carol 
Tevis, "Deacon" McDaniels, 
Frank LaRue 

Director — Russell Mack 

Authors — Moss Hart, George 
Kaufman 

Scenarist — Seton I. Miller 

Cameraman — George Robinson 

Released— 9-22-32 

ONE HOUR WITH YOU 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast — Maurice Chevalier. Jean- 
nette MacDonald. Genevieve 
Tobin, Charles Ruggles. Ro- 
land Young, George Barbier. 
Josephine Dunn. Richard 
Carle, Charles Judels, Bar- 
bara Leonard 
Director— Ernst Lubitsch 
Author— Lothar Schmidt 
Scenarist — Samson Raphaelson 
Dialoguer — Samson Raphaelson 
Cameraman — Victor Milner 
Reviewed — 3-6-32 
Released— 3-25-32 

ONE MAN LAW 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast — Buck Jones, Shirley Grey, 
Robert Ellis, Murdock Mac- 
Quarrie, Harry Todd, Henry 
Sidley, Ernie Adams, Richard 
Alexander 
Director — Lambert Hillyer 
Author— Lambert Hillyer 
Scenarist — Lambert Hillyer 
Dialoguer — Lambert Hillyer 
Cameraman — Mack Stenglei 
Recording Engineer — Russell 

Malmgren 
Reviewed— 2-14-32 

ONE WAY PASSAGE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 69 mins. 
Cast— William Powell, Kay 

Francis, Aline MacMahon. 

Warren Hymer, Frank Mc- 

Hugh, Frederick Burton. 

Douglas Gerard, Herbert Mun- 

din 

Director — Tay Garnett 

Author— Robert Lord 

Scenarists — Wilson Mizner, 

Joseph Jackson 
Dialoguers — Wilson Mizner. 

Joseph Jackson 
Editor — Ralph Dawson 



OUT OF SINGAPORE 

Dist.— William Steiner 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast— Noah Beery, Dorothy 

Burgess; Montague Love. 

Miriam Seegar, George Walsh, 

Jimmy Aubrey 
Director— Charles Hutchinson 
Author — Fred Chapin 
Scenarist — Francis Nettleford 
Recording Engineer — Freeman 

Lang 

Reviewed — 9-16-32 

PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast— Stan Laurel, Oliver Har- 
dy, Donald Dillaway, Jacquie 
Lyn, Mary Carr. James Fin- 
layson. Richard Cramer. Adele 
Watson, Tom Kennedy. 
Charles Middleton. Muriel 
Evans, Grady Sutton. Mon- 
tague Shaw. Billy Gilbert. 
Richard Tucker 

Directors — George Marshall. 
Raymond McCarey 

Dialoguer— H. M. Walker 

Editor — Richard Currier 

Cameraman — Art Lloyd 

Recording Engineer — James 
Greene 

Reviewed— 10-1-32 

Released— 9-17-32 

PAINTED WOMAN 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Spencer Tracy, Peggy 
Shannon. William Boyd, Ir- 
ving Pichel, Raul Roulien. 
Murray Kinnetl. Laska Winter 
Chrispin Martin, Paul Porcasi, 
Stanley Fields, Wade Boteler, 
Jack Kennedy, Dewey Robin- 
son 

Director— John Blystone 
Author — Alfred C. Kennedy 
Scenarist — Guy Bolton 
Dialoguer — Leon Gordon 
Editor — Alex Troffey 
Cameraman — Ernest Palmer 
Recording Engineer — Eugene 

Grossman 
Reviewed — 9-16-32 

PANAMA FLO 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — Helen Twelvetrees, Rob- 
ert Armstrong, Charles Bick- 
ford, Marjorie Peterson, 
Maude Eburne, Paul Hurst. 
Ernie Adams, Reina Veler. 
Hans Joby 

Director — Ralph Murphy 

Author — Garrett Fort 

Scenarist— Garrett Fort 

Dialoguer — Garrett Fort 

Editor— Charles Craft 

Cameraman — Arthur Miller 



Recording Engineer — L. J. 

Meyers 
Reviewed— 1 -24-32 
Released— 1-29-32 

PARISIAN ROMANCE, A 

Dist.— Allied Pictures 
Running Time — 76 mins. 
Cast — Lew Cody, Marion Shil- 
ling, Gilbert Roland, Joyce 
Compton, Yola D'Avnl. 
Nicholas Soussanin, George 
Lewis, Luis Alberni, James 
Eagles, Paul Porcasi, Helen 
Jerome Eddy, Nadine Dore. 
Bryant Washburn 
Director— Chester M. Franklin 
Author — Octave Feuillet 
Scenarist— F. Hugh Herbert 
Dialoguer — F. Hugh Herbert 
Editor — Mildred Johnston 
Cameraman — Harry Neuman 

Tom Galligan 
Reviewed— 10-14-32 

PARTNERS 

Dist. — RKO Pathe 
Running Time — 62 mins. 
Cast — Tom Keene, Nancy 
Drexel, Bobby Nelson, Otis 
Harlan, Victor Potel, Lee 
Shumway, Billy Franey, Carl- 
ton King, Ben Corbett, Fred 
Burns 

Director — Fred Allen 
Author— Donald W. Lee 
Editor — Walter Thompson 
Cameraman — Harry Jackson 
Recording Engineer — Richard 

Tyler 
Reviewed— 2-28-32 
Released — 1-8-32 

PASSIONATE PLUMBER 

Dist. — M-G-M 
Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast — Buster Keaton, Jimmy 
Durante, Irene Purcell, Polly 
Moran, Gilbert Roland, Mona 
Maris, Maude Eburne. Henry 
Armetta, Paul Porcasi, Jean 
del Val, August Tollaire 
Director — Edward Sedgwick 
Author — Jacques Deval (From 

"Her Cardboard Lover" 
Scenarist — Laurence E. Johnson 
Dialoguer — Ralph Spence 
Editor— William S. Gray 
Cameraman — Norbert Brodine 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 
Released— 2-6-32 

PASSION OF ST. FRANCIS 

(S) 

Dist. — Monopole Fjlm Co. 

Running Time— 75 mins. 

(Produced in Italy) 

Cast — Cav. Alberto Pasquali. 
Cav. Alfredo Robert, Romuald 
Joube, Franz Salla, Cav. Uff . 
Ugo Biondi, Pissa Elena 



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Drumztkoi Baranovitch. Dona- 
tella Gemmo, Bice Jani, Enna 
de Rasi 

Director — Giulio Antamoro 

Scenarist— Prof. Otello Sforza 

Editor — Pierre Arnaud 

Cameraman — G. Gengarelli, F. 
Risi 

Reviewed— 12-23-32 

PASSPORT TO HELL, A 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast— Elissa Landi, Paul Lukas. 
Warner Oland, Alexander 
Kirkland, Donald Crisp, Earle 
Foxe, Vera Morrison, Yola 
d'Avril, Ivan Simpson. Eva 
Dennison. Anders Van Hay- 
den, Bert Sprott, William von 
Brinker 

Director — Frank Lloyd 

Author — Harry Hervey 
Scenarist — Bradley King 

Dialoguer— Bradley King 

Cameraman — John Seitz 

Recording Engineer— A. L. Von 
Kirbach 

Reviewed— 8-25-32 

PASSPORT TO PARADISE 

Dist.— Mayfair 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast— Jack Mulhall, Blanche 
Mehaffey, Eddie Phillips, Wil- 
liam Burt, Gloria Joy, John 
Ince 

Director — George B. Seitz 
Author — George B. Seitz 
Scenarist — George B. Seitz 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — Earl Crain 
Reviewed— 7-15-32 

PAYMENT DEFERRED 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — Charles Laughton, 
Maureen O'Sullivan, Dorothy 
Peterson, Verree Teasdale, 
Neil Hamilton, Ray Milland. 
Halliwell Hobbes, William 
Stack, Billy Bevan 

Director — Lothar Mendes 

Author— Jeffrey Dell 

Scenarists — Ernest V a j d a, 
Claudine West 

Editor— Frank Sullivan 

Cameraman — M. B. Gerstad 

Reviewed— 11-10-32 

Released— 10-8-32 

PEACH 0' RENO 

Dist.— Radio 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast— Bert Wheeler, Robert 
Woolsey, Dorothy Lee, Zelma 
O'Neal, Joseph Cawthorn, 
Cora Witherspoon, Sam Hardy, 
Arthur Hoyt, Mitchell Harris 

Director— William A. Seiter 

Author— Tim Whelan 

Scenarist— Ralph Spence 

Dialoguer — Ralph Spence 



Editor— Jack Kitchin 
Cameraman — Jack MacKenzie 
Reviewed— 12-27-31 
Released — 1-1-32 

PENAL CODE, THE 
Dist.— Freuler Films Asso. 
Cast — Regis Toomey, Helen 
Cohan, Pat O'Malley, Robert 
Ellis, Virginia True Boardman, 
Henry Hall, Leander DeCor- 
dova John Ince, Murdock 
MacQuarrie, Olin Francis, 
Jack Cheetham, Barney Furey. 
James Eagles, Julie Griffith 
Dorothy Sinclair, Elizabeth 
Poule, Jean Porter, Albert 
Richman, Henry Henna, Jack 
Grant 

Director — George Melford 
Author — Edmund T. Lowe 
Scenarist — F. Hugh Herbert 
Dialoguer — F. Hugh Herbert 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — Earl Crain 
Released— 12-23-32 

PENGUIN POOL MURDER. 
THE 

Dist.— RKO 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Edna May Oliver, James 
Gleason, Mae Clarke. Robert 
Armstrong, Donald Cook, 
Clarence H. Wilson, Edgar 
Kennedy, Mary Mason. 
Rochelle Hudson. Guy Usher. 
James Donlan, Joe Hermano, 
William LeMaire, Gustav von 
Seyffertitz 

Director — George Archainbaud 

Author— Stuart Palmer 

Scenarist— Willis Goldbeck 

Editor— Jack Kitchin 

Cameraman — Henry Gerrard 

Recording Engineer — Hugh 
McDowell, Jr. 

Reviewed — 1 2-2-32 

Released— 12-30-32 

PHANTOM EXPRESS 

Dist. — Majestic 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — J. Farrell McDonald, 
William Collier, Jr., Sally 
Blane, Hobart Boswell, Axel 
Axelson, Huntley Gordon, Ed- 
die Phillips, Robert Ellis, 
David Rollins, Alan Forrest, 
Tom O'Brien, Jack Mower, 
Lina Basquette, Claire Mc- 
Dowell, Jack Pennick 

Director — Emory Johnson 

Author — Emory Johnson 

Scenarists — Emory Johnson, 
Laird Doyle 

Dialoguers — Emory Johnson, 
Laird Doyle 

Editor — S. Roy Luby 

Cameraman— Ross Fisher 

Reviewed— 9-21 -32 

PHANTOM OF CRESTWOOD, 
THE 

Dist.— RKO 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

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Cast — Ricardo Cortez, Karen 
Morley, Anita Louise, Pauline 
Frederick, H. B. Warner, 
Sam Hardy, Mary Duncan, 
Skeets Gallagher. Robert Mc- 
Wade, Gavin Gordon, Robert 
Elliott, Ivan Simpson, Hilda 
Vaughn, George E. Stone, Mat- 
ty Kemp, Tom Douglas, Clar- 
ence F. Wilson, Eddie Sturgis 
Director — J. Walter Ruben 
Authors — Bartlett Cormack, J. 

Walter Ruben 
Scenarist — Bartlett Cormack 
Cameraman — Henry Gerrard 
Recording Engineer — Danny 

Cutler 
Reviewed— 10-18-32 
Released— 10-14-32 

PHANTOM PRESIDENT 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast — George M. Cohan. 
Claudette Colbert, Jimmy 
Durante, George Barbier, Sid- 
ney Toler, Louise Mackintosh, 
Jameson Thomas, Julius Mc- 
Vicker 

Director — Norman Taurog 
Author — George F. Worts 
Scenarists— Walter DeLeon, Har- 
lan Thompson 
Music & Lyrics — Rodgers & 
Hart 

Cameraman — David Abel 
Reviewed — 9-23-32 

PLAY GIRL 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast— Loretta Young, Winnie 
Lightner, Norman Foster, Guy 
Kibbee. Noel Madison, Polly 
Walters, Dorothy Burgess, Mae 
Madison, Eileen Carlisle, Rene 
Whitney, James Ellison, Ed- 
ward Van Sloane, Elizabeth 
Paterson, Adrienne Dore. Vel- 
ma Gresham, Nat Pendleton 

Director — Ray Enright 

Author — Maude Fulton 

Scenarist — Maurine Watkins 

Dialoguer — Maurine Watkins 

Editor — Owen Marks 

Cameraman — Gregg Toland 

Reviewed— 3-20-32 

Released— 3-12-32 

PLEASURE 

Dist.— Artclass 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Conway Tearle, Carmel 
Myers, Frances Dade, Paul 
Page, Roscoe Karns, Lina Bas- 
quette, Harold Goodwin 

Director — Otto Brower 

Author — John Varley 

Scenarists — Jo von Ronkel, 
Thomas Thiteley 

Dialoguers — Jo von Ronkel, 
Thomas Thiteley 



1932 RELEASES 



Editor — Tom Pearsons 
Cameraman — Sidney Hickox 
Recording Engineer — L. E. Tope 
Reviewed— 3-6-32 

POLICE COURT 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast— Henry B. Walthall, Leon 
Janney, Aileen Pringle, King 
Baggott, Lionel Belmore, Al 
St. John, Edmund Breese 
Director — Louis King 
Author— Stuart Anthony 
Scenarist — Stuart Anthony 
Dialoguer— Stuart Anthony 
Editor — Charles Hunt 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Reviewed — 4-3-32 
Released— 2-20-32 

POLLY OF THE CIRCUS 

Dist.— M-G-M 
Running Time — 72 mins. 
Cast — Marion Davies, Clark 
Gable, C. Aubrey Smith, Ray- 
mond Hatton, David Landau, 
Ruth Selwyn, Maude Eburne, 
Little Billy, Guinn Williams, 
Clark Marshall, Ray Millande, 
Lillian Millande, Phillip Crane 
Director— Alfred Santell 
Author— Margaret Mayo 
Scenarist — Carey Wilson, 
Dialoguer — Laurence Johnson 
Editor — George Hively 
Cameraman — George Barnes 
Recording Engineer — J. K. Brock 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 
Released— 2-27-32 

PRESTIGE 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 

Running Time — 73 mins. 

Cast— Ann Harding, Adolphe 
Menjou, Melvyn Douglas, Ian 
MacLaren, Guy Bates Post, 
Clarence Muse, Carmelita 
Geraughty, Creighton Hale, 
Rollo Lloyd 

Director — Tay Garnett 

Author — Harry Hervey (from 
"Lips of Steel") 

Scenarists — Francis Edward Fara- 
goh, Tay Garnett, Rollo Lloyd 

Dialoguers — Tay Garnett, Rollo 
Lloyd 

Editor — Joe Kane 

Cameraman — Lucien Andriot 

Recording Engineer — Earl Wal- 
cott 

Reviewed — 2-7-32 
Released— 2-12-32 

PRIDE OF THE LEGION, THE 

Dist. — Mascot 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast — Barbara Kent, J. Far- 
rell MacDonald, Lucien Lit- 
tlefield. Sally Blane, Glenn 
Tryon, Matt Moore, Ralph 



Ince, Victor Jory, Tommy 

Dugan, Jason Robards 
Director — Ford Beebe 
Author — Peter B. Kyne (from 

"A Film Star's Holiday") 
Scenarist — Ford Beebe 
Dialoguers — Peter B. Kyne, Ford 

Beebe 
Reviewed— 10-18-32 
Released— 11-1-32 

PROBATION 

Dist.— Chesterfield 
Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast — John Darrow, Sally Blane, 
J. Farrell MacDonald, Clara 
Kimball Young, Eddie Phillips, 
Matty Kemp, Mary Jane Irv- 
ing, David Rollins, Betty Gra- 
ble, David Durand 
Director — Richard Thorpe 
Authors— Arthur Hoerl, Edward 

T. Lowe 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 
Editor — Richard Thorpe 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Recording Engineer— Pete Clark 
Reviewed — 3-13-32 
Released— 3-15-32 

PROSPERITY 

Dist. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 87 mins. 

Cast — Marie Dressier, Polly Mo- 
ran, Anita Page, Norman Fos- 
ter, John Miljan, Frank Darien, 
Jacquie Lyn, Charles Giblyn, 
Jerry Tucker, Henry Armetta, 
John Roche 

Director — Sam Wood 

Authors — Sylvia Thalberg, Frank 
Butler 

Scenarists — Zelda Sears, Eve 
Greene 

Dialoguers — Zelda Sears, Eve 
Greene 

Editor — William LeVanway 
Cameraman — Leonard Smith 
Reviewed — 1 1 -26-32 
Released— 11-13-32 

PRZYSIEGLAS (Polish) 

(Broken Vow) 
Dist— Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 78 mins. 

(Produced in Poland) 
Cast — Grystyn Ankwicz, Miecys- 

law, Cybulski, Miecyslaw Giel- 

niedski, Eugenjusz Gelba, 

Zuzanna Karin, Irene Carnero, 
Tadeusz Ordeyg, Basis Wywer- 

kowna, Czeslaw Skonieczny, 

Leszek Owron. 
Director — Jan Nowina-Przybyl- 

ski 

Author — Elizy Orezeezkowa 
Scenarist — Dr. Marjan Szyjkow- 
ski 

Cameraman — Albert Wywerka 
Reviewed— 5-22-32 

PURCHASE PRICE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Barbara Stanwyck, George 
Brent, Lyle Talbot, Hardie 
Albright, David Landau, Mur- 

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ray Kinnell, Leila Bennett. 
Matt McHugh, Clarence Wil- 
son, Lucille Ward, Crauford 
Kent, Dawn O'Day, Victor 
Potel, Adele Watson, Snub 
Pollard 

Director— William A. Wellman 
Author — Arthur Stringer (from 

"Mud Lark") 
Scenarist — Robert Lord 
Dialoguer — Robert Lord 
Editor— Bill Holmes 
Cameraman — Sid Hickox 
Reviewed— 7-16-32 
Released— 7-23-32 

PURPUR UND WASCHBLAU 

(German) 
(Purple and Wash-Blue) 
Dist.— Capital 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Hansi Niese, Fred Doeder- 

lein, A. Neugebauer, Else 

Elster 

Director — Max Neufeld 
Authors— Peter Herz, R. E. 
Weiss 

Scenarists— Dr. Fritz Noreff, 

Peter Herz 
Dialoguers— Dr. Fritz Noreff, 

Peter Herz 
Cameraman — Ewald Daub 
Reviewed — 7-1 1 -32 

RACETRACK 

Dist.— World Wide 

Cast— Leo C a r r i I I o , Junior 
Coghlan, Kay Hammond, Lee 
Moran, Huntley Gordon, Wil- 
fred Lucas, Joseph Girard 

Director — James Cruze 

Authors— J. Walter Rubin, Wells 
Root 

Released— 6-5-32 

RACING STRAIN, THE 

Dist. — Maxim Prod., Inc. 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast— Wally Reid, Jr., Dickie 
Moore, Paul Fix, Eddie Phil- 
lips, Otto Yama, J. Frank 
Glendon, Donald Reed, Phyl- 
lis Barrington, J. Farrell Mac- 
Donald, Ethel Wales, Mae 
Busch, Lorin Baker, Jimmy 
Burtis, Kit Guard 

Director — Jerome Storm 

Author— Mrs. Wallace Reid 

Scenarists — Betty Burbridge, Wil- 
lis Kent 

Editor — Ethel Davey 

Cameraman — Wm. Nobles 

Reviewed— 12-16-32 

Released— 12-31-32 

RACING YOUTH 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 62 mins. 

Cast — Frank Albertson, June 
Clyde, Louise Fazenda, Slim 
Summerville, Arthur Stuart 
Hull, Forrest Stanley, Eddie 
Phillips, Otis Harlan 

Director — Vin Moore 

Author— Earl Snell 

Scenarist — Earl Snell 

Dialoguer — Earl Enell 



Cameraman — George Robinson 
Reviewed— 5-1-32 
Released— 2-14-32 

RACKETY RAX 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— Victor McLaglen, Greta 
Nissen, Nell ODay. Arthur 
Pierson, Allan Dinehart. Vin- 
cent Barnett, Esther Howard. 
Ivan Linow, Stanley Fields, 
Warn Bond. Eric Mayne. Joe 
Brown, John Keyes 

Director— Alfred Werker 

Author — Joel Sayre 

Scenarists— Ben Markson, Lou 
Breslow 

Cameraman— L. W. O'Connell 
Recording Engineer— Frank Mac- 

Kenzie 
Reviewed — 1 1-2-32 
Released— 10-23-32 

RADIO PATROL 

Dist.— Universal 

Cast— Robert Armstrong. Rus- 
sell Hopton, Lila Lee, June 
Clyde, Andy Devine. Onslow 
Stevens, John L. Johnson. 
Harry Woods. Sidney Toler. 
Jack LaRue, Joe Girard 

Director — Edward Cahn 

Author — Tom Reed 

Scenarist — Tom Reed 

Dialoguer— Tom Reed 

Cameraman — Jackson Rose 

Released— €-2-32 

RAIN 

Dist. — United Artists 
Running Time — 93 mins. 
Cast— Joan Crawford. William 
Gargan. Walter Huston. Guy 
Kibbee. Walter Catlett. Beulah 
Bondi. Matt Moore. Kendall 
Lee, Ben Hendricks, Frederic 
Howard 
Director— Lewis Milestone 
Authors — John Colton, C. Ran- 
dolph, W. Somerset Maugham 
Scenarist — Maxwell Anderson 
Editor— W. Duncan Mansfield 
Cameraman — Oliver Marsh 
Recording Engineer — Frank 

Grenzbach 
Reviewed— 10-14-32 
Released— 10-22-32 

RAINBOW TRAIL 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast — George O'Brien. Cecilia 
Parker, Minna Gombell, Rosco 
Ates. J. M. Kerrigan, James 
Kirkwood, W. L. Thorne, Rob- 
ert Frazer, Ruth Donnelly, 
Niles Welch, Laska Winters, 
Landers Stevens, Alice Ward, 
Edward Hearn 

Director — David Howard 

Author — Zane Grey 

Scenarists— Barry Connors, Philip 
Klein 

Dialoguers— Barry Connors, Philip 
Klein 

Cameraman — Daniel Clark 
Recording Engineer — Albert 

Protzman 
Reviewed— 1 -31-32 
Released— 1-3-32 



RASPUTIN AND THE 
EMPRESS 

Running Time — 135 mins. 
Dist.— M-G-M 

Cast — John Barrymore, Ethel 
Barrymore. Lionel Barrymore, 
Ralph Morgan, Diana Wynyard, 
Tad Alexander, C. Henry Gor- 
don, Edward Arnold, Gustav 
von Seyffertitz 

Director — Richard Boleslavsky 

Author— Charles MacArthur 

Scenarist — Charles MacArthur 

Editor— Tom Held 

Cameraman — William Daniels 

Reviewed— 12-28-32 

REBECCA OF SUNNYBROOK 
FARM 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast— Marian Nixon. Ralph Bel- 
lamy, Mae Marsh, Louise 
Closser Hale, Alphonz Ethier. 
Sarah Padden. Alan Hale. Eula 
Guy. Charlotte Henry. Claire 
McDowell. Ronald Harris, 
Willis Marks, Lucille Ward, 
Tommy Conlon, Wally Al- 
bright. 

Director— Alfred Santell 

Authors — Kate Douglas Wiggin, 
Charlotte Thompson 

Scenarists — S. N. Behrman, Sonya 
Levien 

Dialoguers — S. N. Behrman, Sonya 
Levien 

Cameraman — Glenn MacWilliams 
Recording Engineer — Joseph 

Aiken 
Reviewed — 7-9-32 
Released— 7-3-32 

RECKONING, THE 

Dist. — Peerless 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Sally Blane. James Mur- 
ray. Edmund Breese, Bryant 
Washburn, Pat O'Malley. Tom 
Jackson. 

Director — Harry Frazer 

Author — Dwight Cummings 

Scenarist — Leon Lee 

Dialoguer — Leon Lee 

Reviewed — 4-3-32 

RED DUST 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

Cast— Clark Gable, Jean Har- 
low, Gene Raymond, Mary 
Astor, Donald Crisp. Tully 
Marshall, Forrester Harvey. 
Willie Fung 

Director — Victor Fleming 

Author — Wilson Collison 

Scenarist — John Mahin 

Editor — Blanche Sewell 

Cameraman — Harold Rosson 

Reviewed— 11-5-32 

Released— 10-22-32 

RED HAIRED ALIBI 

Dist. — Tower 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — Merna Kennedy. Theodore 
von Eltz, Grant Withers, Pur- 
nell Pratt, Huntley Gordon, 
John Vosburgh, Paul Porcasi, 
Arthur Hoyt. Shirley Temple. 
Marion Lessing 



1932 RELEASES 



Director — Christy Cabanne 
Author— Wilson Collison 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe, Jr. 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe. Jr. 
Editor — Irving Birnbaum 
Cameraman — Harry Forbes 
Recording Engineer — Corson Jow- 
ett 

Reviewed— 10-15-32 

RED HEADED WOMAN 

Dist— M-G-M 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

Cast — Jean Harlow, Chester 
Morris, Lewis Stone, Leila 
Hyams, Una Merkel, Henry 
Stephenson, May Robson, 
Charles Boyer, Harvey Clark 

Director — Jack Conway 

Author — Katharine Brush 

Scenarist — Anita Loos 

Editor— Blanche Sewell 

Cameraman — Harold Rosson 

Reviewed — 7-1 -32 

Released— 6-25-32 

RENDEZVOUS (German) 

Dist. — Henry Kaufman 

Running Time — 81 mins. 
(Produced in Germany! 

Cast — Ralph Arthur Roberts, 
Alexandra Engstroen, Walter 
Rilla, Fritz Schulz, Szoke 
Szakall, Lucie Englisch. Trude 
Lieske, Paul Morgan, Mar- 
grete Kupfer. 

Director — Carl Bosse 

Authors — Jacques Bousquet. 
Henry Falk 

Scenarists — Jacques Bousquet. 
Henry Falk 

Dialoguer — Walter Hasenclever 

Cameraman — Otto Kantureck 

Reviewed — 5-1 -32 

RENEGADES OF THE WEST 

Dist. — Radio 

Cast — Tom Keene, Betty Fur- 
ness, Rosco Ates, Rockliffe 
Fellowes, Carl Miller, Jack 
Pennick, Max Wagner, James 
Mason, Joseph Girard, Joseph- 
ine Ramous, Roland Southern 
Bill Franey 

Director — Casey Robinson 

Author — Frank Richardson Pierce 

Scenarist— Albert Shelby LeVino 

Cameraman — Al Seiger 

Recording E7ngineer — Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Released— 11-25-32 

RESERVE HAT RUH (German) 

(Reserve on Furlough) 
Dist.— New Era 
Running Time — 100 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Claere Rommer, Lucie 

Englisch. Senta Soeneland. 

Paul Hoerberger, Fritz Kam- 

pers. 

Director — Max Obal 
Authors— B. E. Luthge, Karl 
Noti 



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Scenarists — B. E. Luthge, Noel 
Noti 

Dialoguers — B. E. Luthge, Karl 
Noti 

Editor — Else Baum 

Cameramen — Hugo Kawezynski, 

Guido Seeber 
Recording Engineer — Emil Specht 
Reviewed — 4-17-32 

RESERVED FOR LADIES 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 71 mins. 
(Produced in England) 

Cast — Leslie Howard, George 
Grossmith, Benita Hume, 
Elizabeth Allan, Morton Shel- 
ton, Martita Hunt, Gilbert 
Davis, Anne Esmond, Cyril 
Ritchard, Ben Field 

Director — Alexander Korda 

Author — Ernest Vajda (From 
"Service For Ladies") 

Reviewed— 5-22-32 

Released— 6-20-32 

REVOLT IN THE DESERT 

(S-SE) 

Dist. — Amkino 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 
Cast — Zinaida Zanoni, Evgraf 

Zhachovski, I. Kutchenkov 
Director — Nicolai Tikhonov 
Author — Maria Smirnova 
Scenarist — Mario Smirnova 
Cameraman — Nikolai Frantzissin 
Reviewed — 4-17-32 

RICH ARE ALWAYS WITH 
US 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast — Ruth Chatterton, George 
Brent, Adrienne Dore, Bette 
Davis, John Miljan, Mae 
Madison, John Wray, Robert 
Warwick, Virginia Hammond, 
Walter Walker, B e r t o n 
Churchill. 
Director — Alfred E. Green 
Author— E. Pettit 
Scenarist — Austin Parker 
Dialoguer — Austin Parker 
Editor — George Marks 
Cameraman — Ernest Haller 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
Released— 5-21-32 

RICHTHOFEN (S) (German) 
Dist. — Symon Gould 
Running Time— 75 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Reviewed — 11-18-32 

RIDE HIM, COWBOY 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

Cast— John Wayne, Ruth Hall, 
Henry B. Walthall, Harry 
Gribbon, Otis Harlan, Charles 
Sellon, Frank Hagney 

Director — Fred Allen 

Author — Kenneth Perkins 



Scenarist — Scott Mason 
Dialoguer — Scott Mason 
Editor — William Clemens 
Cameraman — Ted McCord 
Reviewed — 10-29-32 
Released— 5-27-32 
RIDER OF DEATH VALLEY 
Dist. — Universal 

Cast — Tom Mix, Lois Wilson, 
Fred Kohler, Forrest Stanley, 
Willard Robertson, Edith Fel- 
lowes, Tony, Mae Busch, Otis 
Harlan, Max Ascher, Pete 
Morris, Edmund Cobb 

Director — A. Rogell 

Author — Jack Cunningham 

Scenarist — Jack Cunningham 

Dialoguer — Al Martin 

Cameraman — Dan Clark 

Released— 5-26-32 

RIDERS OF THE DESERT 

Dist.— Sono Art-World Wide 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — Bob Steele, Gertrude Mes- 
senger, Al St. John, George 
Hayes, John Elliott, H. B. 
Carpenter, Jose Dominquez, 
Greg Whitespear, Louis Car- 
ver, Tex O'Neil 
Director — Robert N. Bradbury 
Author — Wellwyn Totman 
Scenarist — Wellwyn Totman 
Dialoguer — Wellwyn Totman 
Editor — Carl Pierson 
Cameraman— Archie Stout 
Recording Engineer — John Stran- 
sky 

Reviewed— 5-22-32 
Released— 4-25-32 

RIDIN' FOR JUSTICE 
Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
Cast— Buck Jones, Mary Do- 
ran, Russell Simpson, Walter 
Miller, Bob McKenzie, Wil- 
liam Walling, Billy Engle. 
Hank Mann 
Director — Ross Lederman 
Author — Harold Shumate 
Scenarist — Harold Shumate 
Dialoguer — Harold Shumate 
Editor — Maurice Wright 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 
inger 

Reviewed — 1 -10-32 

RIDING TORNADO 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast — Tim McCoy, Shirley Grey, 
Wallace MacDonald, Russell 
Simpson, Montague Love, 
Wheeler Oakman, Vernon 
Dent, Lafe McKee 

Director — D. Ross Lederman 

Author — William Colt MacDon- 
ald 

Scenarist — Kurt Kempler 
Dialoguer — Kurt Kempler 
Editor — Otto Meyer 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 

inger 
Reviewed — 7-1 -32 

RINGER, THE 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time — 60 mins. 



(Produced in England) 

Cast— Patrick Curwen, Franklin 
Dyall, Carol Goodner, Gordon 
Harker, Esmond Knight, Ar- 
thur Stratton, Henry Hallett, 
Dorothy Bartlam, Kathleen 
Joyce, John Longden, Eric 
Stanley 

Director — Walter Forde 

Author — Edgar Wallace 

Scenarists — Angus McPhail, Rob- 
ert Stevenson 

Dialoguer — Edgar Wallace 

Editor— Brian Wallace 

Cameraman — Leslie Howson, 
Alec Spryce 

Recording Engineers — Harold 
King, Marcus Cooper 

Reviewed — 6-5-32 

Released— 6-25-32 

ROADHOUSE MURDER 

Dist.— RKO Radio 
Running Time — 77 mins. 
Cast — Eric Linden, Dorothy Jor- 
dan, Bruce Cabot, Phyllis 
Clare, Roscoe Ates, Purnell 
Pratt, Gustav von Seyffertitz, 
David Landau, Roscoe Karns. 
Director— J. Walter Ruben 
Author — Laszo Bus Fekeets 

(from "Lame Dog Inn") 
Scenarist — J. Walter Ruben 
Dialoguers — J. Walter Ruben. 

Gene Fowler 
Editor— Jack Kitchen 
Cameraman — J. Roy Hunt 
Recording Engineer — John Trib- 
by 

Reviewed — 5-1-32 
Released— 5-6-32 

ROAD TO LIFE (Russian) 
Dist. — Amkino 
Running Time — 101 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 
Cast— N. Batalev, M. Zharov, 

I. Kyrla, M. Azhagafarov, B. 

Yanushkevich, M. Antropova, 

M. Gonta. 
Director— Nikolai Ekk 
Author— Nikolai Ekk 
Cameraman — V. Pronin 
Recording Engineer — E. Neste- 

rov 

Reviewed— 1 -31-32 
Released— 1 -27-32 

ROAR OF THE DRAGON 

Dist. — RKO Radio 
Running Time— 68 mins. 
Cast— Richard Dix, Gwili Andre, 
Edward Everett Horton, Arline 
Judge, ZaSu Pitts, Dudley 
Digges, C. Henry Gordon, 
Arthur Stone, William Orla- 
mond 

Director— Wesley Ruggles 
Authors — George Kibbe Turner, 
Merian C. Cooper, Jane Big- 
elow (from "Passage to Hong 
Kong") 

Scenarist — Howard Estabrook 
Editor — William Hamilton 
Cameraman — Edward Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — J. E. Tribby 
Reviewed— 7-27-32 
Released— 6-8-32 



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ROCKABYE 

Dist. — RKO Patha 

Running Time — 71 mint. 

Cast — Constance Bennett, Joel 
McCrea, Paul Lukas. Jobyna 
Howland, Charles Middleton, 
Walter Pidgeon, June Filmer, 
Virginia Hammond, Walter 
Catlett, Clara Blandick 

Director— George Cukor 

Author — Lucia Bronder 

Scenarists — Jane Murfin, Kubec 
Glasmon 

Editor — George Hively 

Cameraman — Charles Rosher 

Reviewed— 12-3-32 

Released— 1 1 -25-32 

ROEDA DAGEN (Swedish) 
Dist. — Scandinavian Talking 

Pictures 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
(Produced in Sweden) 
Cast— Sigurd Wallen, Dagnar Eb- 

besen, Sture Lagerwall, Li|l- 

Tollie Zellman, John Brunius, 

Nils Jaconson 
Director — Gustaf Edgren 
Author — Erik Lindorm 
Scenarists — Soelve Gerstrand. 

Gustaf Edgren 
Dialoguers — Soelve Gerstrand, 

Gustaf Edgren 
Reviewed— 5-29-32 

RONNY (German) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Kathe von Nagy, Willy 

Fritsch, Otto Wallburg, Willi 

Grill 

Director — Reinhold Schunzel 

Authors — Emmerich Pressburger, 
Reinhold Schunzel 

Scenarists — Emmerich Pressbur- 
ger, Reinhold Schunzel 

Dialoguers — Emmerich Pressbur- 
ger, Reinhold Schunzel 

Cameraman — Fritz Arno 

Recording Engineer — Hermann 
Fritzsching 

Reviewed— 4-17-32 

RUBACUORI (Italian) 

(Heart Breaker) 
Dist. — Transcontinental Pictures 
Running Time — 70 mins. 

(Produced in Italy) 
Cast — Armando Falcini, Mary 

Kid, Egon Stief, Grazia del 

Rio, Tina Lattanzi, Mercedes 

Brigone 
Director — Guido Brignone 
Authors — Gino Rocca, Dino Fil- 

coni 

Scenarists — Gino Rocca, Dlno 
Falconi 

Dialoguers — Gino Rocca, Dino 
Falconi 

Cameraman — Massino Terzano 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 

SADDLE BUSTER, THE 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 

Running Time— 64 mins. 

Cast — Tom Keene, Helen Foster. 

Marie Quillan, Robert Frazer. 

Richard Carlyle, Fred Burns. 

Harry Bowen, Charles Quigley, 

Charles Whittaker, Ben Cor- 

bett, Al Taylor. 
Director — Fred Allen 
Author— Cherry Wilson 



Scenarist — Oliver Drake 
Dialoguer — Oliver Drake 
Editor— Walter Clemens 
Cameraman — Ted McCord 
Reviewed — 7-8-32 
Released— 3-19-32 

SALLY OF THE SUBWAY 

Dist. — Mayfair Pictures 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast— Jack Mulhall, Dorothy 
Revier, Blanche Mehaffey, 
Huntley Gordon, Harry Semels, 
Crauford Kent, John Webb, 
Dillon, Bill Burke 
Director — George B. Seitz 
Author — George B. Seitz 
Scenarist — George B. Seitz 
Dialoguer — George B. Seitz 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — James Stan- 
ley 

Reviewed— 1-24-32 
Released— 1-12-32 

SAVAGE GIRL, THE 
Dist. — Freuler Films Assoc. 
Cast— Rochelle Hudson, Walter 

Byron, Harry Myers, Adolph 

Milar, Ted Adams, Floyd 

Shackleford 
Director — Harry L. Fraser 
Author — N. Brewster Morse 
Scenarist — N. Brewster Morse 
Dialoguer— N. Brewster Morse 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — Homer Ack- 

erman 
Released— 12-5-32 

SCANDAL FOR SALE 

Dist.— Universal 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast— Charles Bickford, Rose 
Hobart, Pat O'Brien, Claudia 
Dell, Harry Beresford, Berton 
Churchill, Glenda Farrelt, Mary 
Jane Graham, Buster Phelps, 
Paul Nicholson, James Farley, 
Mitchell Harris, Henrich von 
Twardofski, Tully Marshall, 
Lew Kelly, Jack Richardson, 
Angie Norton 

Director — Russell Mack 

Author — Emile Gauvreau (From 
"Hot News") 

Scenarists — Raplh Graves, Rob- 
ert Keith 

Dialoguer — Ralph Graves 

Cameraman — Karl Freund 

Reviewed — 4-10-32 

Released— 4-10-32 

SCARFACE 

Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
Cast — Paul Muni, Osgood Per- 
kins, Karen Morley, George 
Raft, Ann Dvorak, Vincent 
Barnett, Inez Palange, C. 
Henry Gordon, Boris Karloff, 
Tully Marshall, Edwin Max- 
well 

Director — Howard Hawks 

Author— Ben Hecht 

Scenarists — Seton I. Miller, John 

Lee Mahin, W. R. Burnett 
Dialoguers — Seton I. Miller, John 

Lee Mahin, W. R. Burnett 
Cameramen — Lee Garmes, L. W. 

O'Connell 
Reviewed— 4-17-32 
Released— 4-9-32 



1932 RELEASES 



SCARLET BRAND 

Dist.— Big 4 

Running Time — 59 mins. 

Cast— Bob Custer, Nelson Mc- 
Dowell, Frank Ball, Betty 
Mack, Robert Walker, Duke 
Lee, Frederick Ryter. William 
Nolte, Blackie Whiteford, Jack 
Long 

Director — J. P. McGowan 
Author— Ethel Hill 
Scenarist— Ethel Hill 
Dialoguer— Ethel Hill 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — Earl N. 

Crain 
Reviewed — 8-3-32 
Released— 5-9-32 

SCARLET DAWN 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 58 mins. 

Cast— Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., 
Nancy Carroll, Earle Foxe, 
Lilyan Tashman, Sheila Terry, 
Betty Gillette, Frank Reicher, 
Arnold Korff, Guy Kibbee, 
Hadji AM, Ivan Linow, Dewey 
Robinson, Richard Alexander, 
Mae Busch. Lee Kohlmar, Al- 
phonse Kohlmar, William Ric- 
ciardi, C. Henry Gordon, Yola 
D'Avril, John Marston, Maurice 
Black, Mischa Auer 

Director — William Dieterle 

Author — Mary McCall (from 
"Revolt") 

Scenarists — Niven Busch, Erwin 
Gelsey 

Dialoguers — Niven Busch, Erwin 
Gelsey, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. 
Editor — James Morley 
Cameraman — Ernest Haller 
Reviewed— 11-5-32 
Released— 11-12-32 

SCARLET WEEK-END, A 

Dist. — Maxim Prods. 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Dorothy Revier, Theodore 
von Eltz, Phyllis Barrington, 
Niles Welch, Douglas Cos- 
grove, Virginia Bruce, William 
Desmond, Eddie Phillips, 
Charles K French, Sheila Man- 
ners, Nora Hayden, Vance Far- 
roll, Chubby Colman 

Director — George Melford 

Author— Willis Kent (from 
"Woman in Purple Pajamas") 

Editor— Ruth Wright 

Cameraman — William Nobles 

Reviewed — 9-23-32 

Released— 11-30-32 

SCHOEN 1ST DIE MANO- 
EVERZEIT (German) 
(Beautiful Maneuver Time) 
Dist. — World's Trade Exchange 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Ida Wuest, Gretl Theimer, 
Lillian Ellis, Susi Ralph, Olga 
Bassoff, Eugen Neufeld, Al- 
bert Paulig, Oscar Sabo, Paul 
Heidemann, Vicky Werkmeis- 



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ter, Margot Walter, Max 

Schipper, Carl Walter Mayer 
Director — Eric Schoenfelder 
Authors — Dr. Johannes Brandt, 

Dr. Josef Than 
Scenarist — Richard Royte 
Dialoguer— Dr. Johannes Brandt, 

Dr. Josef Than 
Cameraman — Willi Winterstein 
Reviewed— 8-20-32 

SCHUBERT'S FRUEHLINGS- 
TRAUM (German) 

(Schubert's Dream of Spring) 
Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time — 77 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Karl Joeken, Gretl Thei- 

mer, Siegfried Arno, Lucie 

Englisch, Willi Stetner. Alfred 

Laeutner, Oskar Sima 
Director — Richard Oswald 
Author — Franz Schroedter 
Scenarist — Franz Schroedter 
Dialoguer — W. Zeiske 
Cameraman — Willi Goldberger 
Recording Engineer — Paul Falk- 

enberg 
Reviewed — 6-24-32 

SECRETS OF THE FRENCH 
POLICE 

Dist.— Radio 

Running Time — 59 mins. 

Cast — Gwili Andre, Frank Mor- 
gan, Gregory Ratoff, Murray 
Kinnell, John Warburton, Lu- 
cien Prival, Julia Swayne Gor- 
don, Kendall Lee, Christian 
Rub, Arnold Korff 

Director — Edward Sutherland 

Authors — Samuel Ornitz, H. 
Ashton-Wolfe 

Scenarists — Samuel Ornitz, Rob- 
ert Trasker 

Cameraman — Al Gilks 

Reviewed — 12-10-32 

Released— 12-2-32 

SECRETS OF THE ORIENT (S) 

Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 79 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Dita Parlo, Nikelai Kplin, 
Marcella Albani, Ivan Petro- 
witch, D. Dimitrieff, G. Mo- 
del, Julius Falkenstein, Agnes 
Petersen. 

Director — Alexander Wolkoff 

Cameraman — Kurt Courant 

Reviewed— 1-10-32 

SECRETS OF WU SIN 
Dist. — Chasterfield 
Cast— Lois Wilson, Grant With- 
ers, Dorothy Revier, Robert 
Warwick, Toshia Mori, Eddie 
Boland, Tetsu Komai, Richard 
Loo, Luke Chan, Jimmie 
Wang 

Director — Richard Thorp* 



Author — Basil Dickey 
Scenarist— William McGrath 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Recording Engineer — Pete Clark 
Released— 12-15-32 



SEIN SCHEIDUNGSGRUND 
(German) 

(Grounds for Divorce) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 79 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Johannes Riemann, Blan- 
dine Ebinger, Lien Deyers, 
Heinz Salfner, Paul Hoerbiger, 
Julius Falkenstein, Harry 
Halm, Leopold V. Ledebur 

Director — Alfred Zeisler 

Authors — Franz Arnold, Max 
Jungk 

Scenarists — Franz Arnold, Max 
Jungk 

Dialoguers — Franz Arnold, Max 
Jungk 

Cameramen — Franz Planer, Bern- 
hard Wentzel 

Recording Engineer — Gerhard 
Goldbaum 

Reviewed— 2-21-32 



70,000 WITNESSES 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast — Phillips Holmes, Dorothy 
Jordan, Charles Ruggles, 
Johnny Mack Brown, J. Far- 
rell MacDonatd, Lew Cody, 
David Landau, Kenneth Thom- 
son, George Rosener, Big Boy 
Williams, Walter Hiers, Paul 
Page, Reed Howes, John David 
Horsley 
Director — Ralph Murphy 
Author — Cortland Fitzsimmons 
Scenarists — Garrett Fort, Robert 
N. Lee 

Dialoguers— P. J. Wolfson, Al- 
len Rivkin 
Cameraman — Henry Sharp 
Reviewed — 9-3-32 

SHADOW BETWEEN 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 
Running Time — 86 mins. 

(Produced in England) 
Cast— Godfrey Tearle, Kathleen 
O'Regan, Olga Lindo, Henry 
Caine, Henry Wenman, Ar- 
thur Chensey, Mary Jerrold, 
Hubert Harben 
Director — Norman Walker 
Author — Dion Titheridge 
Scenarist — Norman Walker 
Dialoguer — Dion Titheridge 
Cameraman — Claude Friese- 
Greene 

Recording Engineer — Cecil V. 

Thornton. 
Reviewed— 3-20-32 
Released— 5-1-32 

SHANGHAI EXPRESS 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Marlene Dietrich, Give 



Brook, Anna May Wong, War- 
ner Oland, Eugene Pallette, 
Lawrence Grant, Louise Clos- 
ser Hale, Gustav von Seyffer- 
titz, Emile Chautard 
Director — Josef von Sternberg 
Author — Harry Hervey 
Scenarist — Jules Furthman 
Cameraman — Lee Garmes 
Reviewed— 2-21 -32 
Released— 2-12-32 

SHERLOCK HOLMES 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time— 65 mins. 
Cast — Clive Brook, Miriam Jor- 
' dan. Ernest Torrence, Regi- 
nald Owen, Howard Leeds, 
Alan Mowbray, Herbert Mun- 
din, Montague Shaw, Arnold 
Lucy, Lucien Prival, Roy 
D'Arcy, Stanley Fields, Eddie 
Dillon, Robert Graves, Jr., 
Brandon Hurst, Claude King 
Director— William K. Howard 
Author — Conan Doyle 
Scenarist — Bertram Milhauser 
Dialoguer — Bertram Milhauser 
Cameraman — George Barnes 
Recording Engineering — Albert 

Protzman 
Reviewed— 11-12-32 
Released— 11-6-32 

SHE WANTED A MILLION- 
AIRE 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Joan Bennett, Spencer 
Tracy, Una Merkel, James 
Kirkwood, Dorothy Peterson, 
Douglas Cosgrove, Donald Dill- 
away, Lucille La Verne, Tet- 
su Komai 

Director — John Blystone 

Author — Sonya Levien 

Scenarist — William Anthony Mc- 
Guire 

Dialoguer — William Anthony 

McGuire 
Editor — Ralph Dixon 
Cameraman — John Seitz 
Recording Engineer — C. Clayton 

Ward 
Reviewed— 2-14-32 
Released— 2-21-32 

SHOP ANGEL 
Dist.— Tower Prods 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast — Holmes Herbert, Marion 
Shilling, Anthony Bushell, 
Walter Byron, Creighton Hale, 
Dorothy Christy 
Director — E. Mason Hopper 
Author — Isola Forrester 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe- 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 
Cameraman — William Hyer 
Reviewed — 3-6-32 
Released— 2-23-32 

SHOPWORN 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast— Barbara Stanwyck, Regis 
Toomey, ZaSu Pitts, Lucien 
Lfttlefield, Clara Blandick, 



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Robert Alden. Oscar Apfel, 
Maude Turner Gordon, Albert 
Conrl, Wallis Clarke, Edwin 
Maxwell 
Director — Nicholas Grinde 
Author — Sarah Y. Mason 
Scenarist — Sarah Y. Mason 
Dialogues — Jo Swerling, Robert 
Riskin 

Iditor — Gene Havelick 
Cameraman — Joseph Walker 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Ro- 

minger 
Reviewed— 4-3-32 
Released— 3-25-32 

SHOT GUN PASS 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 59 mins. 

Cast — Tim McCoy. Virginia Lee 
Corbin, Dick Stewart. Frank 
Rice, Joe Barbra, Mont Van- 
dergrift 

Director — J. P. McGowan 

Author — Robert Quigley 

Scenarist — Robert Quigley 

Dialoguer — Robert Quigley 

Editor — S. Roy Luby 

Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 

Reviewed— 3-13-32 

SIBERIAN PATROL (Russian) 
Dist. — Amkino 
Running Time — 61 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 
Cast— A. Zhutayev. M. Kedrov, 

V. Kovrigin, V. Vanin. I 

Chuvelev 
Director — J. Protazanov 
Author — Vesvolod Ivanov 
Scenarist — J. Protazanov 
Dialoguer — J. Protazanov 
Cameraman — K. Kiznetzov 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
Released— 5-13-32 

SIGN OF FOUR 

Dist.— World Wide 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Arthur Wontner Isla 
Bevan, Ian Hunter, Gilbert 
Davis, Graham Soutten, Edgar 
Norfolk, Herbert Lomas, Clair 
Greet, Miles Malleson, Roy 
Emerton, Togo, Mr. Burchett, 
Kynaston Reeves 

Director — Graham Cutts 

Author — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 

Scenarist — W. P. Lipscomb 

Editor — Otto Ludwig 

Cameraman — Robert G. Martin, 
Robert DeGrasse 

Reviewed— 7-22-32 

Released— 8-14-32 

>IGN OF THE CROSS, THE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 115 minj. 

Cast— Frederic March, Elissa 
Landi. Claudette Colbert, 
Charles Laughton. Ian Keith, 
Vivian Tobin, Harry Beres- 
ford, Ferdinand Gottschalk. 
Arthur Hohl, Joyzelle, Tommy 
Conlon, Nat Pendleton, Clar- 
ence Burton, William V. 
Mong, Harold Healy. Richard 
Alexander, Robert Manning, 
Joe Bonomo 

Director— Cecil B. DeMille 

Author— Wilson Barrett 



Scenarists — Waldemar Young, 

Sidney Buchman 
Dialoguers — Waldemar Young, 

Sidney Buchman 
Editor — Anne Bauchens 
Cameraman — Karl Struss 
Recording Engineer — Harry M. 

Lindgren 
Reviewed— 12-2-32 

SILENT WITNtSS 
Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 73 mins. 

Cast — Lionel Atwill. Greta Nis- 
sen, Weldon Heyburn, Helen 
Mack, Bramwell Fletcher, 
Mary Forbes, Montague Shaw, 
Wyndham Standing, Alan 
Mowbray, Herbert Mundin, 
Lowden Adams, Billy Bevan, 
Lumsden Hare, Eric Wilton 

Directors — Marcel Varnel, R. L. 
Hough 

Authors — Jack De Leon, Jack; 

Celestin 
Scenarist — Douglas Doty 
Dialoguer — Douglas Doty 
Cameraman — Joseph August 
Recording Engineer — Albert 

Protzman 
Reviewed— 2-7-32 
Released— 2-7-32 

SILVER DOLLAR 

Dist.— First National 

Running Time — 84 mins. 

Cast— Edward G. Robinson, Bebe 
Daniels, Aline MacMahon. 
David Landau. Russell Simp- 
son, Jobyna Howland, Robert 
Warwick, Harry Holman, 
Charles Middleton, Edward J. 
McNamara, Leon Waycoff, 
Herman Bing, Berton Church- 
ill, Teresa Conover, Marjorie 
Gateson 

Director— Alfred E. Green 

Author — David Karsner 

Scenarists — Carl Erickson, Har- 
vey Thew 

Dialoguers — Carl Erickson, Har- 
vey Thew 

Editor— George Marks 

Cameraman — James Van Trees 

Reviewed— 11-5-32 

Released— 12-24-32 

SILVER LINING 
Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Maureen O'Sullivan, Bet- 
ty Compson, Montagu Love, 
John Warburton, Mary Doran. 
Wally Albright, John Holland. 
Martha Mattox, Grace Valen- 
tine 

Director — Alan Crosland 
Author— Hal Conklin 
Scenarist — Gertrude Orr 
Dialoguer — Gertrude Orr 
Editor — Doris Draught 
Cameraman — Rcbert Planck 
Reviewed — 1-17-32 (Reviewed 

as "Thirty Days") 
Released — 4-16-32 

SINGLE-HANDED SANDERS 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

Cast— Tom Tyler, Margaret 
Morris, Robert Manning, G. D. 
Woods, John Elliott, Hank 
Bell, Lois Bridge, Snowball 

Director — Charles A. Post 

Cameraman — Archie Stout 

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Recording Engineer — Balsley & 

Phillips 
Reviewed— 4-17-32 
Released— 2-10-32 

SINNERS IN THE SUN 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Carole Lombard, Chester 
Morris, Adrienne Ames, Alison 
Skipworth, Walter Byron, 
Reginald Barlow, Zita Moul- 
ton, Cary Grant, Luke Cos- 
grave, Ida Lewis, Russ Clark, 
Frances Moffett, Pierre De 
Ramey, Veda Buckland, Rita 
La Roy 

Director — Alexander Hall 

Author— Mildred Cram 
(from "Beach-Comber") 

Scenarists — Vincent Lawrence, 
Waldemar Young, Samuel 
Hoffenstein 

Dialoguers — Vincent Lawrence, 
Waldemar Young, Samuel Hof- 
fenstein 

Cameraman — Ray June 

Reviewed— 5-15-32 

Released— 5-13-32 

SIN'S PAY DAY 

Dist. — Mayfair Pictures 

Running Time— 61 mins. 

Cast — Dorothy Revier. Forrest 

Stanley, Mickey McGuire, 

Harry Semels. Alfred Cross, 

Hal Price, Lloyd Whitlock, 

Bess Flowers 
Director — George B. Seitz 
Authors — Gene Morgan, Betty 

Burbridge 
Scenarists — Gene Morgan, Betty 

Burbridge 
Dialoguers — Gene Morgan, Bettv 

Burbridge 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer — James 

Stanley 
Reviewed— 3-13-32 
Released— 3-1-32 

SINISTER HANDS 

Dist.— Willis Kent 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast— Jack Mulhall, Phyllis Bar- 
rington. Crauford Kent, Mischa 
Auer, Louis Natheaux. Gertie 
Messinger, Lloyd Ingraham, 
Jimmie Burtis. Phillips Small- 
ey, Helen Foster, Lillian West. 
Fletcher Norton, Bess Flowers. 
Russell Collar 
Director — Armand Schaeffer 
Author — Norton Parker (from 

"The Seance Mystery") 
Reviewed — 6-5-32 

SIX HOURS TO LIVE 
Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Warner Baxter, Miriam 
Jordan, John Boles, George 
Marion, Beryl Mercer, Irene 
Ware, Halliwell Hobbes, Ed- 
win Maxwell. John Davidson, 
Edward McWade, Dewey Rob- 
inson 

Director — William Dieterle 



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Authors — Gordon Morris, Mor- 
ton Barteaux 
Scenarist— Bradley King 
Cameraman — John Seitz 
Recording Engineer — Al Von 

Kirbach 
Reviewed— 10-18-32 
Released— 10-16-32 

SKY BRIDE 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast— Richard Arlen, Jack Oakie, 

Virginia Bruce, Robert Coo- 

gan, Charles Starrett, Louise 

Closser Hale, Tom Douglas, 

Harold Goodwin 
Director— Stephen Roberts 
Author — Waldemar Young 
Scenarists — Joseph L. Mankie- 

wicz, Agnes Brand Leahy, 

Grover Jones 
Dialoguers — Joseph L. Mankie- 

wicz, Agnes Brand Leahy, 

Grover Jones 
Cameramen — David Abel, Chas. 

Marshall 
Reviewed — 4-24-32 
Released— 4-29-32 

SKY DEVILS 

Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 89 mins. 
Cast — Spencer Tracy, William 
Boyd, George Cooper, Ann 
Dvorak, Billy Bevan, Yola 
d'Avril, Forrester Harvey, 
William B. Davidson, Jerry 
Mi ley 

Director — Edward Sutherland 

Authors — Joseph Moncure 
March, Edward Sutherland 

Scenarists — Joseph Moncure 
March, Edward Sutherland 

Dialoguers — Robert Benchley, 
Joseph Moncure March, James 
Starr, Carroll Graham, Gar- 
rett Graham. 

Cameraman — Gaetano Gaudio 

Recording Engineer— William Fox 

Reviewed— 1-24-32 

Released— 3-12-32 

SKYSCRAPER SOULS 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Warren William, Maureen 
O'Sullivan, Gregory Ratoft, 
Anita Page, Verree Teasdale, 
Norman Foster, George Bar- 
bier, Jean Hersholt, Wallace 
Ford, Hedda Hopper, Helen 
Coburn, John Marston 

Director — Edgar Selwyn 

Author — Faith Baldwin (from 
"Skyscraper") 

Scenarist — C. Gardner Sullivan 

Dialoguer — Elmer Harris 

Editor— Tom Held 

Cameraman — William Daniels 

Reviewed— S-5-32 

Released— 7-16-32 

SLIGHTLY MARRIED 

Dist— Chesterfield 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast— Evalyn Knapp, Walter By- 
ron, Marie Prevost, Jason 
Robards, Robert Ellis, Dorothy 
Christy 

Director — Richard Thorpe 



Author— Mary McCarthy 
Scenarist— Mary McCarthy 
Dialoguer — Mary McCarthy 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Recording Engineer — Pete Clark 
Reviewed— 12-28-32 
Released— 10-15-32 

SMILIN' THROUGH 

Dist. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 97 mins. 

Cast — Norma Shearer, Frederic 
March, Leslie Howard, 0. P. 
Heggie, Ralph Forbes, Beryl 
Mercer, Margaret Seddon. For- 
rester Harvey 

Director— Sidney Franklin 

Authors — Jane Cowl, Jane Mur- 
fin 

Scenarists — Ernest Vajda, Claud- 
ine West 

Dialoguers — Donald Ogden Stew- 
art, James Bernard Fagan 

Editor — Margaret Booth 

Cameraman — Lee Garmes 

Reviewed— 10-15-32 

Released— 9-24-32 

SNIPER (Russian) 
Dist. — Amkino 
Running Time — 74 mins. 
(Produced in Russia) 
Cast — Boris Shlikhting, Peter 

Sobolevski 
Director — S. Timoshenko 
Author — S. Timoshenko 
Scenarist — S. Timoshenko 
Cameraman — V. Donashevsky 
Reviewed— 8-27-32 
Released— 8-25-32 

SO BIG 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 90 mins. 

Cast — Barbara Stanwyck, George 
Brent, Dickie Moore, Guy 
Kibbee, Bette Davis, Mae 
Madison, Hardie Albright, 
Robert Warwick, Arthur Stone, 
Earle Foxe, Alan Hale, Dor- 
othy Peterson, Dawn O'Day, 
Dick Winslow, Harry Beres- 
ford, Eulalie Jensen. Eliza- 
beth Patterson. Rita LaRoy, 
Blanche Frederici, Willard 
Robertson, Martha Mattox, 
Emma Ray, Olin Howland, An- 
dre Cheron, Harry Holman. 
Lionel Belmore 

Director— William A. Wellman 

Author — Edna Ferber 

Scenarists — J. Grubb Alexander. 
Joseph Jackson 

Dialoguers — J. Grubb Alexander, 
Joseph Jackson 

Editor— William Holmes 

Cameraman — Sid Hickox 

Reviewed — 5-1 -32 

Released— 4-30-32 

SOCIETY GIRL 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast— James Dunn, Peggy Shan- 
non, Spencer Tracy, Walter 
Byron, Bert Hanlon, Marjorie 
Gateson, Eula Guy Todd 

Director— Sidney Lanfield 

Authors — John Larkin, Jr., 
Charles Beahan 



1932 RELEASES 



Scenarist — Elmer Harris 
Dialoguer — Elmer Harris 
Editor— Margaret Clancy 
Cameraman— George Barnes 
Reviewed — 6-11-32 
Released— 5-29-32 

SOIL IS THIRSTY (Russian) 
Dist. — Amkino 
Running Time — 60 mins. 

(Produced in Russia) 
Cast— L. Vikhref, Kiba Andro- 

niskova, Misha Vinogradof, I. 

Akzonof, N. Sanof, S. Sietof, 

D. Knosovsky 
Director — D. Raizman 
Author — S. Yemolinsky 
Cameraman — L. Kosmatov 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 
Released— 5-5-32 

SON-DAUGHTER, THE 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 79 mins. 

Cast — Ramon Novarro, Helen 
Hayes, Lewis Stone, Warner 
Oland, Ralph Morgan, Louise 
Closser Hale, H. B. Warner 

Director — Clarence Brown 

Authors — George M. Scarbor- 
ough, David Belasco 

Scenarists — John Goodrich, 
Claudine West 

Dialoguer — Leon Gordon 

Editor — Margaret Booth 

Cameraman— Oliver T. Marsh 

Reviewed— 12-31-32 

Released— 12-23-32 

SON OF OKLAHOMA 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time— 63 mins. 
Cast— Bob Steele, Josie Sedg- 
wick, Robert Homans, Julian 
Rivero, Carmel Laroux, Earl 
Dwire, Henry Roquemore 
Director — R. N. Bradbury 
Author — R. N. Bradbury 
Scenarists — Burl Tuttle, George 
Hull 

Dialoguers — Burl Tuttle, George 
Hull 

Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Reviewed— 10-26-32 
Released— 7-17-32* 

SOUL OF MEXICO (S-SE) 
Dist. — Unknown 
Running Time — 75 mini. 

(Produced in Mexico) 
Cast— Ronald Reed (Ernesto Gil- 

len), Alicia Oritz. 
Director — David Kirkland 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Reviewed — 2-7-32 

SOUTH OF SANTE FE 
Dist.— Sono Art-World Wide 
Cast— Bob Steele, Janis Elliot, 
Ed Dunn, Chris Pin Martin, 
Captain Garcia 
Director — Bert Glennon 
Author — G. A. Durlam 
Released— 1-8-32 



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WILLIAM LE BARON 

Paramount Productions 



NIGHT AFTER NIGHT 
HOT SATURDAY 
HELLO EVERYBODY! (Kate Smith) 
SHE DONE HIM WRONG (Mae West) 



In Preparation 
COLLEGE HUMOR 
(Bing Crosby — Jack Oakie) 
DEAD RECKONING 



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SOUTH OF THE RIO GRANDE 

Disf. — Columbia 

Running Time — 61 mins. 

Cast — Buck Jones, Mona Maris, 

Doris Hill. Philo McCullough. 

Paul Fix, Charles Requa, Jane 

Durkin. Harry Semeles, Chas. 

Stevens. 
Director — Lambert Hillyer 
Author — Harold Shumate 
Scenarist — Milton Krims 
Dialoguer — Milton Krims 
Editor — Maurice Wright 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Recording Engineer — George 

Cooper 
Reviewed— 5-8-32 

SOUTH SEAS ADVENTURES 

(S-SE) 

Dist. — Principal Distributing 
Corp. 

Running Time — 50 mins. 

Cast — Zane Grey 

Author— Tom J. Geraghty 

Editor— Carl Himm 

Cameramen — Romer Grey, Bob 
Carney, Thomas M. Middle- 
town 

Recording Engineers — Balsley 

and Phillips 
Reviewed — 4-3-32 

SPEAK EASILY 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast— Buster Keaton, Jimmy 
Durante, Ruth Selwyn, Thel- 
ma Todd, Hedda Hopper, Wil- 
liam Pawley, Sidney Toler, 
Lawrence Grant. Henry Ar- 
metta, Edward Brophy 

Director — Edward Sedgwick 

Author — Clarence Buddington 
Kelland (from "Footlights") 

Scenarists — Ralph Spence, Lau- 
rence E. Johnson 

Dialoguers — Ralph Spence, Lau- 
rence E. Johnson 

Editor — William Levanway 

Cameraman— Harold Wenstrom 

Reviewed — 8-20-32 

Released— 8-13-32 

SPEED MADNESS 

Dist. — Mercury Pictures Corp. 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Richard Talmadge, Lucien 

( Littlefield, Charles Sellon, 
Nancy Drexel, Pat O'Malley, 
Huntley Gordon, Matthew 
Betz, Wade Boteler, Donald 
Keith 

Director — George Crone 
Author — Charles R. Condon 
Scenarist— Charles R. Condon 
Dialoguer — Charles R. Condon 
Reviewed— 10-5-32 
Released— 9-1-32 

SPIRIT OF THE WEST 

Dist.— Allied Pictures 

Running Time — 62 mins. 

Cast— Hoot Gibson, Doris Hill, 
Hooper Atchley, Al Bridge, 
Late McKee, George Mendoza, 
Charlie Brindley. Walter Per- 
ry, Tiny Sanford 

Director — Otto Brower 

Author— Jack Natteford 



Scenarist — Philip Graham White 
Dialoguer — Philip Graham White 
Editor — Mildren Johnston 
Cameramen — Harry Neumann. 

Tom Galligan 
Reviewed— 5-22-32 

SPORT PARADE, THE 

Dist.— Radio 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast— Joel McCrea, William 
Gargan, Marian Marsh, Walter 
Catlett. Skeets Gallagher 

Director — Dudley Murphy 

Author — Jerry Horwin 

Scenarists — Corey Ford, Tom 
Wenning, Francis Cockrell 

Dialoguer — Robert Benchley 

Cameraman — J. Roy Hunt 

Recording Engineer — P. J. Faulk- 

Revfewed— 12-17-32 
Released— 11-11-32 

STATE'S ATTORNEY 

Dist. — RKO Radio 

Running Time — 73 mins. 

Cast — John Barrymore. Helen 
Twelvetrees, Jill Esmond, Wil- 
liam Boyd, Mary Duncan, Os- 
car Apfel, Raul Roulien. Ralph 
Ince, Frederick Burton. Eth^l 
Sutherland, Leon Waycoff, C. 
Henry Gordon 

Director — George Archainbaud 

Author — Louis Stevens 

Scenarists — Gene Fowler, Row- 
land Brown 

Dialoguers — Gene Fowler, Row- 
land Brown 

Editors— Charles Kimball, Wil- 
liam Hamilton 

Cameraman — Leo Tover 

Recording Engineer — George El- 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 

Released— 5-13-32 

STEADY COMPANY 

Dist. — Universal 

Cast — Norman Foster, June 
Clyde, ZaSu Pitts, Henry Ar- 
metta, Maurice Black, J. Far- 
rell MacDonald. Morgan Wal- 
lace, Jack Perry, Morry Co- 
han, Willard Robertson 

Director — Edward Ludwig 

Author — Edward Luddy 

Scenarist — Earl Snell 

Cameraman — Charles Stumar 

Released— 3-14-32 

STEPPING SISTERS 
Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Louise Dresser. Minna 
Gombell, Jobyna Howland. 
William Collier, Sr.. Howard 
Phillips, Stanley Smith, Fer- 
dinand Munier, Mary Forbes. 
Barbara Weeks, Robert Greig 

Director — Seymour Felix 

Author— Howard Warren Corn- 
stock 

Scenarist— William Conselman 
Dialoguers — William Conselman, 

William Collier, Sr. 
Cameraman — George Schneiden- 

man 

Recording Engineer — Eugene 

Grossman 
Reviewed— 1-10-32 
Released— 1-10-32 



1932 RELEASES 



STOKER, THE 
Dist.— Allied 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Monte Blue, Dorothy 
Burgess, Noah Beery, Richard 
Tucker, Natalie Moorhead, 
Charles Stevens, Clarence 
Gelder, Harry Vejar, Chris 
Martin 

Dialoguer— Chester M. Franklin 
Author— Peter B. Kyne 
Scenarist — F. Hugh Herbert 
Cameramen — Harry Neumann, 

Tom Galligan 
Reviewed — 7-16-32 

STOWAWAY 

Dist.— Universal 

Cast— Fay Wray, Betty Francis- 
co, Leon Waycoff, Roscoe 
Karns, Lee Moran, James Gor- 
don, Maurice Black, Montagu 
Love, Knute Erickson, Paul 
Porcasi 
Director — Phil Whitman 
Author — Norman Springer 
Cameraman — Leon Shamroy 
Released— 4-11-32 

STRANGE CASE OF CLARA 
DEANE 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast — Wynne Gibson. Pat 
O'Brien, Frances Dee, Dudley 
Digges, George Barbier, Rus- 
sell Gleason, Florence Britton, 
Lee Kohlmer, Arthur Pierson. 
Clara Blandick, Cora Sue Col- 
lins. 

Directors — Louis Gasnier. Max 
Marcin 

Author— Arthur M. Brilant 
Scenarist — Max Marcin 
Cameraman — Henry Sharp 
Reviewed— 5-8-32 
Released— 5-6-32 

STRANGE INTERLUDE 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 110 mins. 

Cast -«- Norma Shearer, Clark 
Gable, Alexander Kirkland, 
Ralph Morgan, Robert Young, 
May Robson, Maureen O'Sul- 
livan, Henry B. Walthall, Mary 
Alden, Tad Alexander 

Director — Robert Z. Leonard 

Author — Eugene O'Neill 

Scenarists — Bess Meredyth, C. 
Gardner Sullivan 

Dialoguers — Bess Meredyth, C 
Gardner Sullivan 

Editor— Margaret Booth 

Cameraman — Lee Garmes 

Reviewed — 7-8-32 

Released— 12-30-32 

STRANGE JUSTICE 
Dist.— RKO 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — Marian Marsh, Reginald 
Denny, Richard Bennett, Nor- 
man Foster, Irving Pichel, 
Thomas Jackson, Nydla Weit- 
man 



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LOTHAR MENDES 

Director 
"STRANGERS IN LOVE" 

(Paramount) 

"PAYMENT DEFERRED" 

(M-G-M) 

"LUXURY LINER" 

(Paramount) 



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Director — Victor Schcrtzingcr 
Author— William A. Drake 
Scenarist — William A. Drake 
Cameraman — Merritt Gerstad 
Recording Engineer — L. E. Day 
Reviewed— 10-21-32 
Released— 10-7-32 

STRANGE LOVE OF MOLLY 
LOUVAIN 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Lee Tracy, Ann Dvorak, 
Leslie Fenton, Richard Crom- 
well, Guy Kibbee, Charles 
Middleton Frank McHugh, 
Evalyn Knapp, C. Henry Gor- 
don, Mary Doran, Harry Beres- 
ford, Willard Robertson. Har- 
old Waldridge, William Bur- 
ress, Claire McDowell. Maurice 
Black. Ben Alexander, Rich- 
ard Cramer, Donald Dilloway, 
Hank Mann. 

Director — Michael Curtiz 
Author— Maurine Watkins 
Scenarists — Erwin Gelsey, Browne 

Holmes 

Dialoguers — Erwin Gelsey, 

Browne Holmes 
Editor — James Borby 
Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 
Released— 5-28-32 

STRANGER IN TOWN 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Cast — Chic Sale, Ann Dvorak, 
David Manners. Noah Beery, 
Raymond Hatton, Maude 
Eburne, Lyle Talbot, John 
Larkin, Jessie Arnold 

Director — Erie Kenton 

Author — Carl Erickson (from 
"Without Consent") 

Scenarists — Carl Erickson. Har- 
vey Thew 

Dialoguers — Carl Erickson. Har- 
vey Thew 

Editor — James Morley 

Cameraman — Dev Jennings 

Reviewed— 7-9-32 

Released— 8-6-32 

STRANGERS IN LOVE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

Cast — Fredric March, Kay Fran- 
cis, Stuart Erwin, Juliette 
Compton, George Barbier, Sid- 
ney Toler, Earle Foxe, Lucien 
Littlefield, Leslie Palmer, Ger- 
trude Howard, Ben Taggart, 
John M. Sullivan 

Director — Lothar Mendes 

Author— William J. Locke (From 
"The Shorn Lamb") 

Scenarists — Grover Jones, Wil- 
liam Slavens McNutt 

Dialoguers — Grover Jones, Wil- 
liam Slavens McNutt 

Cameraman — Henry Sharp 

Reviewed— 3-6-32 

Released— 3-4-32 

STRANGERS OF THE EVE- 
NING 

Dist. — Tiffany 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast— ZaSu Pitts, Eugene Pal- 
letfe, Lucien Littlefield, Tully 
Marshall, Miriam Seegar, Theo- 
dore Von Eltz. Warner Rich- 



Ion Hamilton, Alan Roscoe, 
mond, Harold Waldridge, Mah- 
William Scott, Charles Wil- 
liams, James Burtis, Francis 
Sayles 

Director — H. Bruce Humberstone 
Author — Tiffany Thayer (from 

"The Illustrious Corpse") 
Scenarists — Stuart Anthony, 

Warren B. Duff 
Dialoguers — Stuart Anthony, 

Warren B. Duff 
Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 
Released— 6-15-32 

STREET OF WOMEN 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Kay Francis, Allan Dine- 
hart, Marjorie Gateson, Roland 
Young, Gloria Stuart. Allan 
Vincent, Louise Beavers, Ad- 
rienne Dore 

Director — Archie Mayo 

Author — Polan Banks 

Scenarists — Charles Kenyon, 
Mary McCall, Jr. 

Dialoguer — Charles Kenyon 

Editor — Jim Gibbons 

Cameraman — Ernest Haller 

Reviewed— 5-29-32 

Released— 6-11-32 

STRICTLY BUSINESS 
Dist. — Powers Pictures 
Running Time — 40 mins. 

(Produced in England) 
Cast — Betty Amann, Percy Par- 
sons, Carl Harbord. C. M. 
Hallard, Molly Lamont, Philip 
Strange 
Director — Jacqueline Logan 
Author — Jacqueline Logan 
Scenarist — Jacqueline Logan 
Dialoguer — Jacqueline Logan 
Cameraman — Jack Parker 
Recording Engineer — Albert F. 

Birch 
Reviewed — 4-10-32 

STRUGGLE, THE 
Dist— United Artists 
Running Time — 87 mins. 
Cast— Hal Skelly, Zita Johann. 
Edna Hagan, Charlotte Wyn- 
ters. Evelyn Baldwin, Charles 
Richman, Jackson Halliday, 
Claude Cooper, Arthur Lip- 
son, Helen Mack, Scott 
Moore, Dave Manley 
Director— D. W. Griffith 
Authors — Anita Loos, John 
Emerson 

Scenarists — Anita Loos, John 
Emerson 

Dialoguers — Anita Loos, John 

Emerson. D. W. Griffith 
Editor — Barney Rogan 
Cameraman — Joseph Ruttenberg 
Reviewed — 12-13-31 
Released— 2-6-32 

SUCCESSFUL CALAMITY, 
THE 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

Cast — George Arliss, Mary As- 
tor, Evalyn Knapp, Grant 
Mitchell, William Janney. 
Hardie Albright, David Tor- 
rence, Richard Tucker 

Director — John G. Adolfi 

Author — Clare Kummer 



1932 RELEASES 



Scenarists — Maude Howell, 
Austin Parker, Julian Joseph- 
son 

Dialoguers — Maude Howell, 
Austin Parker, Julian Joseph - 
son 

Cameraman — James Van Trees 
Reviewed— 8-24-32 
Released— 9-17-32 

SUNSET TRAIL 
Dist. — Tiffany 
Running Time — 62 mins. 
Cast— Ken Maynard. Ruth Hiatt. 
Frank Rice, Philo McCullough, 
Buddy Hunter, Dick Alexan- 
der 

Director — B. Reeves Eason 
Author — Ben Cohn 
Scenarist — Ben Cohn 
Dialoguer — Ben Cohn 
Editor — S. Roy Luby 
Cameraman — Arthur Reed 
Recording Engineer — John Stran- 
sky 

Reviewed— 1-17-32 
Released— 1-3-32 

SYMPHONY OF SIX MILLION 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

Cast — Ricardo Cortez, Irene 

Dunne, Anna Appel, Gregory 

Ratoff. Lita Chevret, Noel 

Madison, Helen Freeman, John 

St. Polis 
Director — Gregory LaCava 
Author — Fannie Hurst 
Scenarists — Bernard Schubert, 

J. Walter Ruben 
Dialoguers — Bernard Schubert. J. 

Walter Ruben, James Seymour 
Editor— Archie Marshek 
Cameraman — Leo Tover 
Recording Engineer — George 

Ellis 

Reviewed — 4-10-32 
Released— 4-20-32 

TANGLED DESTINIES 

Dist. — Mayfair 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast— Lloyd Whitlock, Doris 
Hill, Glenn Tryon, Vera Rey- 
nolds, Sidney Bracey, Gene 
Morgan. Ethel Wales, Sid 
Saylor. Mona Lindley, James 
Leong, William Burt, Henry 
Hall, William Humphrey 
Director — Frank Strayer 
Author — Edward T. Lowe 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Reviewed— 10-19-32 

TANGLED FORTUNES 
Dist.— Big 4 

Cast — Buzz Barton. Francis X. 
Bushman, Jr., Caryl Lincoln, 
Edmund Cobb, Charles Hert- 
zinger, Frank Ball, Francis 
Ford, Jack Long, Fargo Bus- 
sey, Ezell Poole 
Director — J. P. McGowan 
Author — Frank Howard Clark 



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Charles R. Rogers 

Producing 

Eight Pictures That 
Are DIFFERENT — 
With Typical Rogers 
All -Star Box -Office 
Casts 

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Scenarist— Frank Howard Clark 
Dlalo|u«f — Frank Howard Clark 
Editor — Fred Bain 
Cameraman — Edward Kull 
Recording Engineer — Earl N. 

Crain 
Released— 3-22-32 

TARZAN. THE APE MAN 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 99 minj. 

Cast — Neil Hamilton, Maureen 
O'Sullivan, C. Aubrey Smith, 
Doris Lloyd, Forrester Harvey, 
Ivory Williams, Johnny Weiss- 
muller 

Director— W. S. VanDyke 
Author — Edgar Rice Burroughs 
Scenarist — Cyril Hume 
Dialoguer— Ivor Novello 
Editor — Ben Lewis, Tom Held 
Cameramen — Harold Rosson, 

Clyde DeVinna 
Reviewed— 3-27-32 
Released— 4-2-32 

TAXI 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 70 mint. 

Cast— James Cagney, Loretta 
Young, George E. Stone. Dor- 
othy Burgess, Ray Cooke, 
Matt McHugh, Leila Bennett, 
Guy Kibbee, George MacFar- 
lane, Nat Pendleton, Berton 
Churchill 

Director — Roy Del Ruth 

Author — Kenyon Nicholson (from 
"Blind Spot") 

Scenarists — Kubec Glasmon, 
John Bright 

Dialoguers — Kubec Glasmon, 
John Bright 

Cameraman — James Van Trees 

Reviewed— 1-10-32 

Released— 1-23-32 

TEILNEHMER ANTWORTET 
NICHT (German) 

(The Party Does Not Answer) 

Dist. — Capitol 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Gustav Gruendgens, Dor- 
othea Wieck, Gustav Diessl, 
Oskar Sima, Tibor von Hal- 
may, Truus van Alton, Vlad- 
imir Sokoloff 

Directors — Rudolph Katscher. 
Marc Sorkin 

Authors— Eis & Katscher 

Cameraman — Franz Planer 

Reviewed — 12-1-32 

TEMPEST (German) 

(Sturme der Leidenschaft) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Emil Jannings, Anna Sten. 
Franz Nicklish, Anton Point- 
ner, Otto Wernicke, Trude 
Hesterberg, Julius Falkenstein 

Director— Robert Siodmak 

Authors — Robert Liebmann, 
Hans Muller 

Scenarists — Robert Liebmann, 
Hans Muller 



Dialoguers — Robert Liebmann, 

Hans Muller 
Editor— Victor Gertler 
Cameraman — Gunther Rittau 
Recording Engineer — Fritz Thiery 
Reviewed — 3-20-32 

10-CIU Z PAWIAKA (S-SE) 
(10 Condemned) 

Dist— Polish Film Corp. 

Running Time — 95 mins. 
(Produced in Poland) 

Cast — Josef Wegrzyn, Karolina 
Lubienska, Boguslaw Sambor- 
ski, Zofja Batycka. M. Winkel, 
Adam Brodziz. Kazimierz Jus- 
tian, Franciszek Dominiak, T. 
Kanski 

Director — Richard Ordynski 
Author — Captain Jana Jura-Gor- 

zechowskiego 
Cameraman — Zbigniew Gniaz- 

dowski 
Reviewed— 4-24-32 

TENDERFOOT, THE 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Joe E. Brown, Ginger R°g. 
ers, Lew Cody, Vivian Oak- 
land, Robert Creig, Wilfred 
Lucas, Spencer Charters, 
Ralph Ince. Mae Madison. 
Marion Byron, Lee Kohtmar, 
Joe Barton, Edith Allen, John 
Larkin, Harry Seymour, Rich- 
ard Cramer, Douglas Gerrard, 
George Chandler, Jill Dennett, 
Theodore Lorch, Alan Lane, 
Charlotte Marriam, Zita 
Moulton 

Director— Ray Enright 

Authors — Arthur Caesar, Monty 
Banks, Earl Baldwin (from 
"Butter and Egg Man") 

Scenariits — Arthur Caesar, Mon- 
ty Banks, Earl Baldwin 

Dialoguers — Arthur Caesar, Mon- 
ty Banks, Earl Baldwin 

Editor — Owen Marks 

Cameraman — Gregg Toland 

Reviewed— 5-22-32 

Released— 6-18-32 

TESS OF THE STORM 
COUNTRY 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Janet Gaynor, Charles 
Farrell, Dudley Digges, June 
Clyde, George Meeker, Edward 
Pawley, Claude Gillingwater, 
Matty Kemp, DeWitt Jen- 
nings, Eleanor Hunt, Marjorie 
Peterson, Louise Carter 
Bruce Warren, Sara Padden 

Director — Alfred Santell 

Author— Grace Miller White 

Scenarists — S. N. Behrman, Son- 
ya Levien, Rupert Hughes 

Cameraman — Hal Mohr 

Recording Engineer— W. D. Flick 

Reviewed — 11-19-32 

Released— 1 1 -20-32 

TEXAS BAD MAN, THE 
Dist. — Universal 
Running Time— 63 mins. 



1932 RELEASES 



Cast— Tom Mix, Fred Kohler, 
Willard Robertson, Lucille 
Powers, Joe Girard, Bob 
Milash. Franklyn Farnum, Slim 
Cole, Capt. C. E. Anderson, 
Ted Lorch, George Magill, 
Richard Alexander, James 
Burtis, Edward LeSaint, 
Frances Sayles, Booth How- 
ard, Lynton Brent. Richard 
Sumner, Buck Moulton, Tony 
Director — Edward Laemmle 
Author — Jack Cunningham 
Scenarist — Jack Cunningham 
Cameraman — Dan Clark 
Released— 6-30-32 

TEXAS BUDDIES 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast— Bob Steele, Nancy Drexel, 
Francis McDonald, Harry Sem- 
els, George Hayes, Dick Dick- 
ensen, Slade Hurlbert, Bill 
Dyer 

Director — R. N. Bradbury 
Author — R. N. Bradbury 
Scenarist— R. N. Bradbury 
Dialoguer — R. N. Bradbury 
Reviewed— 10-19-32 
Released— 8-28-32 

TEXAS CYCLONt 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Tim McCoy, Shirley Grey, 
Wheeler Oakman, John Wayne, 
Wallace MacDonald, James 
Farley, Harry Cording, Vernon 
Dent, Walter Brenan, Mary 
Gordon 

Director — D. Ross Lederman 
Author— William Colt MacDon- 
ald 

Scenarist — Randall Faye 
Dialoguer — Randall Faye 
Editor— Otto Meyer 
Cameraman — Ben Kline 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 

inger 
Reviewed — 7-8-32 

ltXAS GUN FIGHTER 

Dist.— Tiffany 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast — Ken Maynard, Sheila 
Mannors, Lloyd Ingraham, 
Harry Woods, Bob Fleming, 
Edgar Lewis, Jim Mason 

Director — Phil Rosen 

Author — Ben Cohn 

Scenarist— Ben Cohn 

Dialoguer — Ben Cohn 

Editor — Jerry Webb 

Cameraman — Jackson Rose 

Recording Engineer— John Stran- 
sky 

Reviewed — 2-14-32 
Released— 2-21-32 

TEXAS PIONEERS 
Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 54 mins. 



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HARRY JOE BROWN 

Associate Producer 
CHAS. R. ROGERS PRODS. 

DIRECTION 

Madison Square Garden 

Billion Dollar Scandal 

I Love That Man 
(Tentative) 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

SUPERVISION 

The Noble Experiment 

Strictly Personal 

Beer Baron 
(Tentative) 

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Cast— Bill Cody, Andy Shuford. 

LcRoy Mason, Sheila Mannon. 

John Elliott, Frank Lackteen. 

Harry Allen, Chief Standing 

Bear, Iron Eyes, Ann Ron 
Director— Harry Fraser 
Author — Harry Fraser 
Scenarist— Wellyn Totman 
Dialoguer— Wellyn Totman 
Cameraman — Faxon Dean 
Recording Engineers — Balsley 

and Phillips 
Reviewed — 6-18-32 
Released— 3-1-32 

TEX TAKES A HOLIDAY 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time— 68 mins. 
Cast— Virginia Brown Faire, 
Wallace MacDonald. Sheldon 
Lewis, James Dillon, Claude 
Payton, George Chesebro, Ben 
Corbett, George Gerwing 
Director— Alvin J. Neitz 
Author— Robert Walker 
Dialoguer— Robert Walker 
Cameraman — Otto Himm 
Reviewed— 12-7-32 

THAT'S MY BOY 

Dist.' — Columbia 
Running Time — 71 mins. 
Cast— Richard Cromwell, Doro- 
thy Jordan, Mae Marsh, Ar- 
thur Stone, Douglas Dumbrille, 
Lucien Littlefield, Leon Way- 
eoff, Russell Saunders. Sum- 
ner Getchell, Otis Harlan, 
Dutch Hendrian, Elbridge 
Anderson 
Director— R. William Neill 
Author — Francis Wallace 
Scenarist — Norman Krasna 
Editor — Jack Dennis 
Cameraman — Joseph August 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 
inger 

Reviewed— 11-19-32 

THEATERNAECHTE VON 
BERLIN 

(Nur Du) 

Dist. — Tobis Forenfilms 

Running Time — 78 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Walter Jannsen, Paul 
Morgan, Charlotte Anders, 

i Fritz Schultz, Paul Hoerbi- 
ger, Wilhelm Bendow, Tibor 
von Halmay, Herrmann Valen- 
tin, Anita Dorris, Henry Ben- 
der, Ferdinand Bonn, Paul 
Guenther 

Director— Dr. Willy Wolff 

Authors— Dr. Willy Wolff, La- 
dislaus Vaida. Hans Remau 

Cameraman — Willi Hameister 

Reviewed— 1-10-32 

THEY CALL IT SIN 

Dist— First National 

Running Time — 75 myis. 

Cast — Loretta Young, George 
Brent, David Manners, Louis 
Calhern, Una Merkel, Joseph 
Cawthorn, Helen Vinson, 
Nella Walker, Mike Marito, 
Erville Alderson, Elizabeth 
Patterson 

Director — Thornton Freeland 



Author— Alberta Stedman Eagan 

Scenarists — Lillie Hayward, How- 
ard J. Green 

Dialoguers — Lillie Hayward, How- 
ard J. Green 

Editor — James Gibbons 

Cameraman — James Van Trees 

Reviewed— 10-22-32 

Released— 11-5-32 

THEY JUST HAD TO GET 
MARRIED 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 69 mins. 

Cast— Slim Summerville, ZaSu 
Pitts, Roland Young, Verree 
Teasdale. Fifi D'Orsay, C. 
Aubrey Smith, Robert Greig, 
David Landau. Elizabeth Pat- 
terson, Wallis Clark, Vivien 
Oakland, Cora Sue Collins, 
David Leo Tillotson. William 
Burress, Louise Macintosh, 
Bertram Marburgh, Virginia 
Howell, James Donlan, Henry 
Armetta 

Director — Edward Ludwig 

Author — Cyril Harcourt 

Scenarist— H. M. Walker, Gladys 
Lehman 

Cameraman — Edward Snyder 

THEY NEVER COME BACK 

Dist.— Artclass 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast — Regis Toomey, Dorothy 
Sebastian, Greta Grandstedt, 
Eddie Woods. Earle Foxe. Ger- 
trude Astor, George Byron, 
Jack Richardson, Jack Silver, 
Little Billy, James J. Jeffries 

Director— Fred Newmeyer 

Author — Arthur Hoerl 

Scenarist — Arthur Hoerl 

Dialoguers — Arthur Hoerl, Sher- 
man Lowe 

Cameraman — James Diamond 

Recording Engineer — W. M. 
Dalgleish 

Reviewed — 5-1-32 

THIRTEENTH GUEST 

Dist. — Monogram 

Running Time — 69 mins. 

Cast — Ginger Rogers, Lyle Tal- 
bot, J. Farrell McDonald, 
James Eagles, Eddie Phillips, 
Erville Alderson, Robert Klein, 
Crauford Kent, Frances Rich, 
Ethel Wales, Phillips Smaller. 
Paul Hurst, William Davidson 

Director — Albert Ray 

Author — Armitage Trail 

Scenarists — Frances Hyland, Ar- 
thur Hoerl 

Dialoguer — Armitage Trail 

Reviewed — 8-9-32 

THIRTEEN WOMEN 
Dist. — RKO 

Running Time — 74 mins. 

Cast — Ricardo Cortez, Irene 
Dunne Myrna Loy, Jill Es- 
mond, Florence Eldredge, Kay 
Johnson, Julie Haydon, Har- 
riet Hegman, Mary Duncan, 
Peg Entwistle, Elsie Prescott, 
Wally Albright, C. Henry Gor- 
don, Ed Pawley, Blanche Frid- 
erici, Kenneth Thomson, Leon 



1932 RELEASES 



Waycoff, Edward LeSaint, 
Clarence Gildert, Violet Seaton 

Director — George Archainbaud 

Author — Tiffany Thayer 

Scenarist — Bartlett Cormack 

Editor— Buddy Kimball 

Cameraman — Leo Tovar 

Recording Engineer — Hugh Mc- 
Dowell 

Reviewed— 10-15-32 

Released— 9-16-32 

THIS IS THE NIGHT 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 78 mins. 
Cast — Lily Damita, Charlie Rug- 
gles, Roland Young, Thelma 
Todd, Carv Grant. Irving 
Bacon, Claire Dodd, Davison 
Clark 

Director — Frank Tuftle 

Authors — Avery Hopwood. Rene 

Peter, Henri Falk (From 

"Pouche") 
Scenarist — George Marion, Jr. 
Dialoguer — George Marion, Jr. 
Cameraman — Victor Milner 
Reviewed— 4-17-32 
Released— 4-8-32 

THIS RECKLESS AGE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast — Charles Rogers, Richard 
Bennett, Peggy Shannon, 
Charlie Ruggles, Frances Dee, 
Frances Starr, Maude Eburne. 
David Landau, Reginald Bar- 
low, Mary Carlisle, Allen Vin- 
cent, George Pearce, Grady 
Sutton, Harry Templeton. 
Leonard Carey 

Director — Frank Tuttle 

Author — Lewis Beach 

Scenarist — Joseph L. Mankiewicz 

Dialoguer — Joseph L. Mankie- 
wicz 

Cameraman — Henry Sharp 
Reviewed— 1-10-32 
Released— 1 -9-32 

THIS SPORTING AGE 

Dist. — Columbia 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast— Jack Holt. Evalyn Knapp, 
Hardie Albright, Walter By- 
ron, J. Farrell MacDonald, 
Ruth Weston, Nora Lane, Shir- 
ley Palmer, Hal Price 
Directors — Andrew W. Bennison. 

A. F. Erickson 
Author — J. K. McGuinness 
Scenarist — Dudley Nichols 
Dialoguer — Dudley Nichols 
Editor— Maurice Wright 
Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer— G e o r g e 

Cooper 
Reviewed— 10-1-32 

THOSE WE LOVE 

Dist.— World Wide 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

Cast — Mary Astor, Kenneth Mac- 



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HARRY IIERVEY 

Originals 



"THE SHANGHAI EXPRESS" 
"DEVIL AND THE DEEP" 

(PARAMOUNT) 

"A PASSPORT TO HELL" 

(FOX) 

"DESTROYER" 

(COLUMBIA) 

"CONGAI" 

(IN COLLABORATION WITH CARLETON HILDRETH) 

"PRESTIGE" 

(RKO) 



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Kenna, Lilyan Tashtnan, Hale 
Hamilton, Tommy Conlon. 
Earle Foxe, Forrester Harvey, 
Virginia Sale, Pat O'Malley. 
Harvey Clark. Cecil Cunning- 
ham, Edwin Maxwell 

Director — Robert Florey 

Authors— George Abbott, S. K. 
Lauren 

Scenarist— F. Hugh Herbert 
Editor — Rose Loewinger 
Cameraman — Arthur Edeson 
Reviewed— 9-13-32 
Released— 9-11-32 

THREE ON A MATCH 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — Warren William, Joan 
Blondell, Ann Dvorak, Bette 
Davis, Lyle Ta!bot, Humphrey 
Bogart, Patricia Ellis, Sheila 
Terry, Grant Mitchell, Glenda 
Farrell, Frankie Darrow, Clara 
Blandick, Hale Hamilton. Dick 
Brandon, Junior Johnson. 
Dawn O'Day, Virginia Davis, 
Betty Carrs, Buster Phelps 
Director — Mervyn LeRoy 
Authors — Kubec Glasmon, John 
Bright 

Scenarist — Lucien Hubbard 
Dialoguers — Kubec Glasmon, John 

Bright 
Editor — Ray Curtis 
Cameraman — Sol Polito 
Reviewed— 10-29-32 
Released— 10-29-32 

THREE WISE GIRLS 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast — Jean Harlow. Mae 
Clarke, Walter Byron, Marie 
Prevost, Andy Devine. Natalie 
Moorhead, Jameson Thomas. 
Lucy Beaumont. Katherine C. 
Ward, Robert Dudley, Mareia 
Harris, Walter Miller, Armand 
Kaliz 

Director — William Beaudine 
Author — Wilson Collison (from 

"Blonde Baby") 
Scenarist — Agnes C. Johnson 
Dialoguer — Robert Riskln 
Editor — Jack Dennis 
Cameraman — Teddy Tetzlaff 
Recording Engineer — Russell 

Malmgren 
Reviewed — 2-7-32 
Released— 1-11-32 

THRILL OF YOUTH 

Dist. — Invincible 
Running Time — 62 mins. 
Cast — June Clyde, Matty Kemp. 
Allen Vincent, George Irving, 
Dorothy Peterson, Lucy Beau- 
mont, Tom Ricketts, Bryant 
Washburn. Ethel Clayton. 
Caryl Lincoln 
Director — Richard Thorpe 
Author — Edward T. Lowe 
Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 
Dialoguer — Edward T. Lowe 
Edittor— Vera Wade 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Reviewed— 10-29-32 
Released— 8-15-32 



THUNDER BELOW 

Dh)t. — Paramount 

Running Time— 67 mins. 

Cast— Tallulah Bankhead, Chat. 
Bickford, Paul Lukas, Eugene 
Pallette, Ralph Forbes, Leslie 
Fenton, James Finlayson, Mona 
Rico, Carlos Salazer, Edward 
Van Sloan, Enrique Acosta. 
Gabry Rivas. 

Director — Richard Wallace 

Author — Thomas Rourke 

Scenarists — Josephine Lovett. 
Sidney Buchman 

Cameraman — Charles Lang 

Reviewed— 6-18-32 

Released— 6-17-32 

TIGER SHARK 

Dist.— First National 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast — Edward G. Robinson, Zita 
Johann, Richard Arlen, Leila 
Bennett, Vince Barnett, Wil- 
liam Ricciardi, J. Carroll 
Naish 

Director — Howard Hawks 
Author — Houston Branch 
Scenarist— Wells Root 
Editor — Thomas Pratt 
Cameraman — Tony Gaudio 
Reviewed— 8-23-32 
Released— 9-24-32 

TINGEL TANGEL (German) 

Dist. — New Era 

Running Time — 83 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Elizabeth Pinajeff, Ernst 
Verebes, Fritz Kampers, Katta 
Sterna, Bruno Auen, Julius 
Falkenstein, Alfred Braun, 
Austin Egen 

Director— Jaap Speyer 

Author — A. Alexander 

Cameraman — Brummondl 

Reviewed— 3-20-32 

TOM BROWN OF CULVER 

Dist. — Univermsal 

Cast— Tom Brown, H. B. War- 
ner, Slim Summerville, Rich- 
ard Cromwell, Ben Alexander, 
Sidney Toler, Russell Hopton, 
Andy Devine, Willard Robert- 
son, Norman Phillips, Jr., 
Tyrone Power, Jr., Kit Wain, 
Dick Winslow, Matty Roubert, 
Kit Guard, Betty Blythe, Lew 
Kelly 

Director— William Wyler 
Authors — George Green, Dale 

Van Every 
Scenarist — Tom Buckingham 
Cameraman — Charles Stumar 
Released— 7-21-32 

TOMBSTONE CANYON 

Dist.— World-Wide 

Running Time — 62 mins. 

Cast — Ken Maynard, Cecelia 
Parker, Sheldon Lewis, Frank 
Brownlee, Jack Clifford, 
George Gerwing, Lafe McKee. 
Edward Peil, Sr. 

Director — Alan James 

Author — Claude Rister 

Released— 12-25-32 



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TOMORROW AND TOMOR- 
ROW 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time— 80 mins. 

Cast — Ruth Chatterton, Paul 
Lukas, Robert Ames, Harold 
Minjlr, Ted Alexander, Walter 
Walker. Arthur Pierson, Win- 
ter Hall, Margaret Arm- 
strong 

Director— Richard Wallace 
Author — Philip Barry 
Scenarist — Josephine Lovett 
Dialoguer— Josephine Lovett 
Cameraman — Charles Lang 
Reviewed— 1-31-32 
Released— 2-5-32 

TOO BUSY TO WORK 

Dist.— Fox 

Running Time — 70 mins. 
Cast— Will Rogers, Marian 
Nixon, Dick Powell, Frederick' 
Burton, Constantine Roman- 
off, Douglas Cosgrove, Louise 
Beavers, Jack O'Hara 
Director — John Blystone 
Author— Ben Ames Williams 
Scenarists — Barry Conners, Philip 
Klein 

Dialoguers — Barry Conners, Philip 
Klein 

Cameraman — Charles Clarke 
Recording Engineer — E u g e n e 

Grossman 
Reviewed— 12-3-32 
Released— 11-13-32 

TORMENTO (Italian) 
(Torment) 

Dist.— Bruno Valletty 
Running Time — 61 mins. 
(Produced in U. S.) 
Cast — Liva Maracci, Rino Naldi, 
Paul Cremonese, Cesare Van- 
oni, Luigi Colombo 
Director — Bruno Valletty 
Author — A. Cirdelll-Cerrai 
Editor— Max de Vegas 
Cameraman — Ernest Miller 
Recording Engineer — James Stan- 
ley 

Reviewed— 7-20-32 

TRAILING THE KILLER 
Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 64 mins. 
Cast — Francis McDonald, Heine 

Conklin, Jose de la Cruz, 

Peter Rigas, Tom London. 

Caesar, the Wolf Dog 
Director — Herman C. Raymaker 
Author — Jackson Richards 
Scenarist— Jackson Richards 
Dialoguer — Jackson Richards 
Recording Engineer — W. C. 

Smith 
Reviewed— 12-2-32 
Released-1 2-4-32 



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WILLIAM A, SEITER 

PRODUCTIONS 



"HELLO EVERYBODY" 

(KATE SMITH) 

"HOT SATURDAY" 

(NANCY CARROLL) 

"IS MY FACE RED?" 

(RICARDO CORTEZ) 

"CAUGHT PLASTERED" 

(WHEELER and WOOLSEY) 

"PEACH O'RENO" 

(WHEELER and WOOLSEY) 

"GIRL CRAZY" 



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TRAPEZE (German) 

Disf. — Protex 

Running Time — 80 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Anna Sten, Reinhold 
Bernt, Adolf Wohlbrueck, Ot- 
to Wallburg, Curt Gerron. 

Director — A. E. Dupont 

Author— Alfred Mactiard 

Scenarists — Rudo'.f Kitschcr. 
Egon Eis 

Oiiloguer<; — Rudo'f Katseher, 
Egon Eis 

'"jmersmcn — Friedel Behn- 
Grund. Akos Farkas 

Recording Engineer — Walter 
Ruehland 

Reviewed— 5-8-32 

TRIAL OF VIVIENNE WARE 

Dist — Fox 

Running Time — 60 mins. 

Cast — Joan Bennett, Donald 
Cook, Skeets Gallagher, ZaSu 
Pitts, Lillian Bond, Alan Dine- 
hart, Herbert Mundin, How- 
ard Phillips. Noal Madison. 
J. Maurice Sullivan, Ruth 
Selywn, William Pawley, 
Maude Eburne, Eddie Dillon, 
Nora Lane. Jamieson Thomas, 
Christian Rub, Bert Hanson 

Director— William K. Howard 

Author— Kenneth Ellis 

Scenarists — Philip Klein, Barry 
Conners 

Dialoguers— Philip Klein, Barry 

Conners 
Editor— Ralph Dietrich 
Cameraman — Ernest Palmer 
Recording Engineer — Albert 

Protzman 
Reviewed— 5-1-32 
Reltased— 5-1-32 

TROTTE TEODOR (Swedish) 
(Tired Theodore! 
Dist. — First Division 
Running Time— 78 mins. 

(Produced in Sweden) 
Cast— Valdemar Dolquist, Karin 
Swanstroem, Kakan Wester- 
gren, Britta Appelgren, Fritiof 
Billqvist, Maritta Marke 
Director— Gustaf Edgren 
Author — Soelve Cederstrand 
Scenarist — Soelve Cederstrand 
Dialoguer — Soelve Cederstrand 
Reviewed— 1-17-32 

TROUBLE IN PARADISE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

Cast— Miriam Hopkins, Kay 
Francis, Herbert Marshall. 
Charles Ruggles, Edward 
Everett Horton, C. Aubrey 
Smith, Robert Greig 

Director— Ernst Lubitsch 

Author— Laszlo Aladar 

Scenarists — Grover Jones, Sam- 
son Raphaelson 

Cameraman— Victor Milner 

Reviewed— 11-10-32 

TWO AGAINST THE WORLD 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast — Constance Bennett, Neil 
Hamilton, Allen Vincent. 



Helen Vinson, Gavin Gordon, 
Maude Truax, Clara Blandick, 
Allan Mowbray, Roscoe Karns, 
Leila Bennett, Oscar Apfel, 
Eulalie Jensen, Louise Carter, 
Walter Walker, Hale Hamil- 
ton, Harold Entwistle, Harold 
Nelson 

Director — Archie Mayo 

Authors — Marion Dix, Jerry Hor- 
win (from "A Dangerous 
Set") 

Scenarist — Sheridan Gibney 
Editor — Bert Levy 
Cameraman — Charles Rosher 
Reviewed— 8-20-32 
Released— 9-3-32 

TWO-FISTED JUSTICE 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Cast — Tom Tyler, Barbara 
Weeks, Bobbie Nelson, John 
Elliott, G. D. Wood, Kit 
Guard, Bill Walling. Pedro 
Regis, Carl DeLoue. Yakima 
Canutt, Joe Mills 
Director — G. A. Durlam 
Author — G. A. Durlam 
Scenarist — G. A. Durlam 
Dialoguer — G. A. Durlam 
Cameraman — Archie Stout 
Recording Engineers — Balsley and 

Phillips 
Reviewed — 2-14-32 

TWO-FISTED LAW 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast — Tim McCoy, Alice Day, 
Wheeler Oakman, Tully Mar- 
shall, Wallace MacDonald, 
John Wayne, Walter Brennan, 
Richard Alexander 

Director — D. Ross Lederman 

Author— William Colt MacDon- 
ald 

Scenarist — Kurt Kempler 
Dialoguer — Kurt Kempler 
Editor — Otto Meyer 
Cameraman — Benjamin Kline 
Reviewed— 8-30-32 

TWO KINDS OF WOMEN 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast— Miriam Hopkins, Phillips 
Holmes, Wynne Gibson, Stuart 
Erwin, Irving Pichel, Stanley 
Fields, James Crane. Vivienne 
Osborne, Josephine Dunn, Rob- 
ert Emmett O'Connor, Larry 
Steers, Adrienne Ames, Claire 
Dodd, Terrence Ray, June 
Nash, Kent Taylor, Edwin 
Maxwell, Lindsay McHarrie 
Director— William C. deMille 
Author — Robert E. Sherwood 

(From "This Is New York") 
Scenarist — Benjamin Glazer 
Dialoguer — Benjamin Glazer 
Cameraman — Karl Struss 
Reviewed— 1-17-32 

TWO SECONDS 

Dist. — First National 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast— Edward G. Robinson, Viv- 
ienne Osborne, Preston Fos- 
ter, J. Carroll Naish, Guy 
Kibbee, Adrienne Dore, Walter 



1932 RELEASES 



Walker, Dorothea Wolbert. Ed- 
ward McWade. William Jan- 
ney, Berton Churchill, Lew 
Brice, Franklin Parker, Fred- 
erick Howard. Helen Philips, 
June Gittleson, Jill Dennett, 
Luana Walters, Otto Hoffman 

Director — Mervyn LeRoy 

Author— Lester Elliott 

Scenarist — Harvey Thew 

Dialoguer — Harvey Thew 

Editor — Terrill Morse 

Cameraman — Sol Polito 

Reviewed— 5-22-32 

Released— 6-4-32 

TULANE VS. SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA 

Dist. — Warner Bros. 
Running Time — 45 mins. 
Reviewed— 1 -24-32 

TU SERAS DUCHESSE 

(French) 
(You'll Be A Duchess) 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 85 mini. 
(Produced in France) 

Cast — Marie Glory, Fernand 
Gravey, Pierre Etchepare, 
Doriane, Pierre Feuillere, Paul 
Clerget, Jean Gobet, Andre 
Berley 

Director — Rene Guissart 
Author — Yves Mirande 
Scenarist — Yves Mirande 
Dialoguer — Yves Mirande 
Cameraman — Andre Dantan 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 

UNASHAMED 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — Helen Twelvetrees, Robert 
Young, Lewis Stone, Jean 
Hersholt, John Miljan, Mon- 
roe Owsley, Robert Warwick, 
Gertrude Michael, Wilfred 
North. Tommy Jackson, Louise 
Beaver 

Director — Harry Beaumont 
Author — Bayard Veiller 
Scenarist — Bayard Veiller 
Dialoguer — Bayard Veiller 
Editor— William S. Gray 
Cameraman — Norbert Brodine 
Reviewed — 7-15-32 
Released— 6-2-32 

UNDER COVER MAN 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — George Raft, Nancy Car- 
roll, Roscoe Karns, Gregory 
Ratoff, Lew Cody, Noel 
Francis, David Landau. Paul 
Porcasi, Layland Hodgson, 
William Janney, George Davis 

Director — James Flood 

Author— John Wilstach 

Scenarist — Thomson Burtis, Gar- 
rett Fort, Francis Faragoh 

Cameraman — Victor Milner 

Reviewed— 12-3-32 



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NORMAN TAUROG 

Director 
♦ ♦ ♦ 

"THE PHANTOM PRESIDENT" 
"A BEDTIME STORY" 



MARION GERING 

Director 
♦ 

"LADIES OF THE BIG HOUSE" 
"DEVIL AND THE DEEP" 
"MADAME BUTTERFLY" 

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Under eighteen 

Dlst. — Warner Broi. 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

Cast— Marion Marsh, Regis Too- 
mey. Warren William, Anita 
Page, Emma Dunn, Joyce 
Compton, J. Farrell MacDon- 
ald, Judith Vosselli, Norman 
Foster, Dorothy Appleby. 
Maude Eburne, Claire Dodd. 
Paul Poreasi, Mary Dona, 
Murray Kinnell, Walter Mc- 
Grall 

Director — Archie Mayo 

Authors — Charles Kenyon. Maude 

Fulton (from "Skylife") 
Scenarists — Charles Kenyon. 

Maude Fulton 



Editor — George Marks 
Cameraman — Sid Hiekox 
Reviewed— 1-3-32 
Released— 1-2-32 

UNEXPECTED FATHER, THE 

Dist. — Universal 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast— Slim Summerville. ZaSu 
Pitts, Cora Sue Collins. Ali- 
son Skipworth. Dorothy Chris- 
ty, Grace H'mpton, Claude 
Al'lster, Tyrell Divis, Tom 
O'Brien, Richard Cramer 

Director— Thornton V. Freeland 

Author— Dale Van Every 

Di'loeuers— Robert Keith, Max 
Lief, Dale Van Every 

Cameraman— Jerome Ash 

Reviewed — 4-10-32 

Released— 1-3-32 

UNHOLY LOVE 

Dist.— Hollywood Pictures 

Running Time— 77 mins. 

Cast— H. B. Warner. Lila Lee. 
Beryl Mercer, Joyce Compton 
Lyle Talbot, Ivan Lebedeff 
Jason Robards. Kathlyn Wil- 
liams. Frances Rich, Richard 
Carlyle 

Director— Albert Ray 

Author— Gust've Flaubert (from 
"Madame Bovary") 

Scenarist — Frances Hyland 

Editor— Mildred Johnston 

Cameramen — Harry Newmann, 
Tom Galligan 

Recording Engineer— A. F. Blinn 

Reviewed — 8-26-32 

UNION DEPOT 
Dist.— First National 
Running Time— 75 mins. 
Cast— Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.. 
Joan Blondell, Guy Kibbee 
Alan Hale, George Rosener! 
Dickie Moore, Ruth Hall, Mae 
Madison. Polly Walters, Geo. 
Ernest, David Landau, Lillian 
Bond, Frank McHugh, Junior 
Coghlan, Adrienne Dore, Earle 
Foxe, Mary Doran, Dorothy 
Christy 
Director— Alfred E. Green 
Authors — Joe Laurie, Gene Fow- 
ler, Douglas Durkla 



Scenarists — Kenyon Nicholson, 
Walter DeLeon 



Editor— Jack Killifer 
Cameraman — Sol Polito 
Reviewed — 1 -17-32 
Released— 1 -30-32 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA VS. NOTRE 
DAME 

Dist— Sono Art-World Wide 
Running Time — 50 mins. 
Reviewed— 1 -24-32 

UNWRITTEN LAW, THE 

Dist.— Majestic 

Running Time — 66 mins. 

Cast — Greta Nissen, Skeets Gal- 
lagher, Mary Brian, Louise 
Fazenda, Lew Cody. Hedda 
Hopper. Purnell Pratt, The- 
odore Von E'tz, M'schi Auer, 
Arthur Rankin. Wilfred Lucas, 
Ernie Adams, Howard Forshay. 
Betty Tyree 

Director — Christy Cabanne 

Author— John Krafft 

Scenarist — Edward T. Lowe 

Editor — Otis Garrett 

Cameraman — Ira Morgan 

Recording Engineer— Earl Crain 

Reviewed— 11-26-32 

UPTOWN NEW YORK 

Dist.— World Wide 
Running Time — 80 mins. 
Cast— Jack Cakie. Shirley Grey. 
Leon Waycoff, George Cooper, 
Lee Moran, Alexander Carr, 
Raymond Hatton, Henry Ar- 
metta 

Director— Victor Schertzinger 
Author— Vina Delmar (from 

"Uptown Woman") 
Scenarist — Warren B. Duff 
Dialoguer — Warren B. Duff 
Editor — Rose Loewinger 
Cameraman — Nobert Brodine 
Recording E n g i n e e r — Hans 

Weeren 
Reviewed— 12-10-32 
Released— 12-4-32 

VANISHING FRONTIER 
Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast — Johnny Mack Brown, 
Evalyn Knapp. ZaSu Pitts, 
Raymond Hatton, J. Farrell 
MacDonald. Wallace MacDon- 
ald, Ben Alexander, George 
Irving 
Director — Phil Rosen 
Author — Stuart Anthony 
Scenarist — Stuart Anthony 
Cameraman — James S. Brown 
Reviewed— 9-17-32 

VANITY FAIR 

Dist.— Hollvwood Exchange 
Running Time — 67 mins. 
Cast — Myrna Loy, Conway 
Tearle, Barbara Kent, Walter 



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Byron, Anthony Bushel). Billy 
Bevan, Montagu Love, Her- 
bert Bunston, Mary Forbes, 
Lionel Belmore. Lillyan Irene 
Director — Chester M. Franklin 
Author— William M. Thackeray 
Scenarist— F. Hugh Herbert 
Dialoguer— F. Hugh Herbert 
Cameramen — Harry Neumann. 

Tom Galligan 
Recording Engineer— L. E. Tope 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 

VANITY STREET 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast — Charles Bickford. Helen 
Chandler, Mayo M e t h o t , 
George Meeker, Arthur Hoyt, 
Raymond Hatton. Ruth Chan- 
ning, Dolores Rey, Claudia 
Morgan, Ann Fay, Katherine 
Claire Ward. Mae Beaty, 
Dutch Hendrian, Eddie Bo- 
land 

Director — Nick Grinde 
Authors — Frank Caveft, Edward 
Roberts 

Scenarist — Gertrude Pureed , 
Cameraman — Joseph August 
Recording Engineer — Glenn Rom- 
inger 

Reviewed— 10-18-32 

VARMLANDERS, THE 
(Swedish) 
Dist. — Scandinavian Talking 

Pictures 
Running Time — 90 mins. 
Cast— Mathias Taube, Hilda 

Borgstroem. Goesta Kjellertz. 

Ivan Hedquist. Anna Lisa 

Ericson, Linnea Edgren 
Director — Gustaf Edgren 
Author — F. A. Dahlgreen 
Music — Andreas Randel 
Reviewed— 11-23-32 

VIRGINS OF BALI 
Dist. — Principal Dist. Corp. 
Running Time — 46 mins. 
Cast— Ni Wayan Tagel, Ni 

Wayan Ugembon, T. Kaler, I. 

Maria 

Director — Deane H. Dickason 
Editor — Nathan Cy Braunstein 
Cameraman — Lyman J. Wiggin 
Recording Engineer— S. Craw- 
ford Rovey 
Reviewed— 9-23-32 

VIRTUE 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 87 mins. 

Cast — Carole Lombard, Pat 
O'Brien, Mayo Methot, Jack 
LaRue, Ward Bond, WiiUrd 
Robertson, Shirley Grey, Ed 
LeSaint 

Director— Eddie Buziell 



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RALPH MURPHY 

DIRECTOR 

Ghas. R. Rogers Productions 

♦ ♦ ♦ 

"70,000 WITNESSES" 
"STRICTLY PERSONAL" 



WESLEY RUGGLES 

DIRECTOR 

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Author— Ethel Hill 
Scenarist — Robert Riskin 
Cameraman — Joseph Walker 
Recording Engineer — Edward 

Bernds 
Reviewed— 10-26-32 

WALKING DOWN BROAD- 
WAY 

Dist. — Fox 

Cast — James Dunn, Boots Mal- 

lory. Minna Gombell, Za5u 

Pitts, Terrance Ray 
Director — Erich Von Stroheim 
Author — Dawn Powell , 
Scenarists — Erich Von Stroheim. 

Leonard Spigelgass 
Dialoguer — Erich Von Stroheim 
Cameraman — James Howe 
Recording Engineer — Altred 

Bruzlin 

WAR CORRESPONDENT 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 77 mins. 

Cast — Jack Holt, Ralph Graves. 

Lila Lee, Victor Wong, Tetsu 

Komai 
Director— Paul Sloane 
Author — Keene Thompson 
Scenarist — Jo Swerling 
Dialoguer — Jo Swerling 
Editor— Gene Havelick 
Cameraman — Benjamine Kline 
Reviewed— 8-13-32 

WASHINGTON MASQUERADE 

Dist.— M-G-M 

Running Time — 75 mins. 

Cast — Lionel Barrymore, Karen 
Morley, Diane Sinclair, Nils 
Asther, Reginald Barlow, 
William Collier, Sr., William 
Morris, Rafaela Ottiano, C. 
Henry Gordon. Berton Church- 
ill, Henry Kolker 

Director — Charles Brabin 

Author — Henry Bernstein (from 
"The Claw") 

Scenarists — John M e e h a n, 
Samuel Blythe 

Dialoguers — John M e e h a n, 
Samuel Blythe 

Editor — Ben Lewis 

Cameraman — Gregg Toland 

Reviewed— 7-22-32 

Released— 7-9-32 

WASHINGTON MERRY-GO- 
ROUND 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Lee Tracy, Constance 
Cummings, Alan Dinehart, 
Walter Connolly, Clarence 
Muse, Arthur Vinton, Frank 
Sheridan, Clay Clement, Sam 
Godfrey, Arthur Hoyt, Ernie 
Woods 

Director — James Cruze 

Author — Maxwell Anderson 

Scenarist — Jo Swerling 

Dialoguer — Jo Swerling 

Editor — Richard Cahoon 



Cameramen — Ira Morgan, Teddy 
Tetzlaff 

Recording Engineer — Lodge 

Cunningham 
Reviewed— 9-29-32 

WATER GYPSIES 

Dist. — Stanley 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast — Sari Maritza, Ann Todd. 
Peter Hunter, Ian Hunter, 
Richard Bird, Frances Doble, 
Harold Scott, Betty Shale, 
Moore Marriott, Barbara Gott, 
Charles Garry, Anthony Ire- 
land, Lilli Anne, Kenneth 
Carlisle, Raymond Raikes 

Director — Maurice Elvey 

Author— A. P. Herbert 

Reviewed — 1 1 -7-32 

WAY BACK HOME 

Dist.— RKO Radio 

Running Time — 81 mins. 

Cast— Phillips Lord, Effie Pal- 
mer, Mrs. Phillips Lord, Ben- 
nett Kilpack, Raymond Hun- 
ter, Frank Albertson, Bette 
Davis, Oscar Apfel, Stanley 
Fields, Dorothy Peterson, 
Frankie Darro 

Director — William A. Seiter 

Author — Jane Murfin 

Scenarist — Jane Murfin 

Dialoguer — Jane Murfin 

Cameraman — J. Roy Hunt 

Reviewed— 1-17-32 

WAYWARD 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 71 mins. 

Cast — Nancy Carroll, Richard 
Arlen, Pauline Frederick, John 
Litel, Margalo Gillmore, Burke 
Claude, Dorothy Stickney, Sid- 
ney Easton, Gertrude Michael 

Director — Edward Sloman 

Author — Matee Howe Farnham 
(from "Wild Beauty") 

Scenarists— Gladys Unger, Wil- 
liam Day 

Dialoguers — Gladys Unger, Wil- 
liam Day 

Editor— Arthur Ellis 

Cameraman — William Steiner 

Recording Engineer — C. A. Tut- 
hill 

Reviewed— 2-14-32 
Released— 2-19-32 

WEEK-END IM PARADIES 
(German) 

(Week End in Paradise) 

Dist. — Capital Film Exchanges 

Running Time — 80 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Trude Berliner, Else Els- 
ter, Claere Rommer, Aenne 
Goerling, Otto Wallburg, 
Julius Falkenstein, Walter 
Steinbeck, Anton Pointer, 
Wolf V. Rothberg, H. H. 
Schaufuss 

Director — Robert Land 

Authors — Robert Land, Neubach 



1932 RELEASES 



Scenarist — Leo Meyer 
Dialoguer — Hans May 
Editor— Walter R. Lach 
Cameraman — Willy Goldberger 
Recording Engineer — Herman 

Haller 
Reviewed— 10-26-32 

WEEK-END MARRIAGE 
Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 66 mins. 
Cast — Loretta Young, Norman 
Foster, Aline MacMahon, Geo. 
Brent, Grant Mitchell, Viv- 
ienne Osborne. Roscoe Karns, 
Sheila Terry, J. Farrell Mae- 
Donald, Louise Carter 
Director — Thornton Freeland 
Author — Faith Baldwin (from 

"Part-Time Wives") 
Scenarist — Sheridan Gibney 
Dialoguer — Sheridan Gibney 
Editor — Herbert Levy 
Cameraman — Barney McGill 
Reviewed — 6-5-32 
Released— 7-9-32 

WEEK-ENDS ONLY 
Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast — Joan Bennett, Ben Lyon, 
John Halliday. Halliwell 
Hobbes, Henry Armetta, Ber- 
ton Churchill, John Arledge. 
John Elliott, Walter Byron 

Director — Alan Crosland 

Author — Warner Fabian (from 
"Week-End Girl") 

Scenarist — William Conselman 

Dialoguer — Warner Fabian 

Cameraman — Hal Mohr 

Recording Engineer — Eugene 
Grossman 

Reviewed — 6-18-32 

Released— 6-19-32 

WENN DIE SOLDATEN 

(German) 

(When the Soldiers . . .) 

Dist. — George Schneider 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast — Gretl Theimer, Charlotte 
Ander, Ida Wuest, Hermann 
Thiemig, Paul Heidemann, 
Ernst Verebes, Oskar Marion. 
Otto Wallburg, Jack Mylong- 
Muentz 

Directors — J. & L. Fleck 

Author — Karl Farkas 

Scenarist — Karl Farkas 

Cameraman — Eduard Hoesch 

Recording Engineer — Carl 
Kroschke 

Reviewed— 11-2-32 

WESTERN LIMITED 

Dist. — Monogram 
Running Time — 65 mins. 



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PARAMOUNT MUSICAL 
STAFF 

"Present" 

THE FOLLOWING OUTSTANDING MUSICAL PRODUCTIONS 
FOR 1932 

"One Hour With You" "This Is the Night" "Love Me Tonight" 

"Tonight Is Ours" "Shanghai Express" "Trouble in Paradise" 

"The Big Broadcast" "Hello Everybody" "Evenings for Sale" 

"The Broken Lullaby" "Farewell to Arms" "Blonde Venus" 

"The Miracle Man" "Sign of the Cross" "Madame Butterfly" 

NAT W. FINSTON 

DIRECTOR, DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 



GROVER JONES 
WILLIAM SLAVENS McNUTT 

PARAMOUNT 
« » 

Among Others 

"LADY AND GENT" 
"THE NIGHT OF JUNE 13TH" 
"TROUBLE IN PARADISE" 
"THE BROKEN WING" 

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Cast — Esfelle Taylor, Edmund 
Burns, Lucien Prival, Gertrude 
Astor, Eddie Kane, James 
Burtis, John Vosburgh, Mah'on 
Hamilton, Crauford Kent, 
Adaline Asbury. Arthur Mil- 
lett, J. L. Palmer 
Director — Christy Cabanne 
Author — Evelyn Campbell 
Scenarist— C. E. Roberts 
Cameraman — Lou Physioc 
Reviewed— 10-12-32 

WEST OF BROADWAY 

Dist. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 71 mlns. 

Cast— John Gilbert. El Brendel, 
Lois Moran, Madge Evans, 
Ralph Bellamy, Frank Con- 
roy, Gwen Lee. Hedda Hop- 
per, Ruth Renick, Willie Fung 

Director — Harry Beaumont 

Authors — Ralph Graves, Bess 
Meredyth 

Scenarist — Gene Markey 

Dialoguer — Gene Markey 

Editor — George Hlvely 

Cameramen — Merritt B. Ger- 
stad 

Recording Engineer — Charles 

Wallace 
Reviewed— 1 -31-32 

WESTWARD PASSAGE 
Dist. — RKO Pathe 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Ann Harding, Laurence 
Oliver, Irving Pichel, Juliette 
Compton, ZaSu Pitts, Irene 
Purcell, Florence Roberts, 
Emmett King, Ethel Griffies. 
Bonita Granville 
Director— Robert Milton 
Author— Margaret Ayer Barnes 
Scenarist — Bradley King 
Dialoguer — Humphrey Pearson 
Editor— Charles Craft 
Cameraman — Lucien Andriot 
Recording Engineer — E. A. Wol- 
cott 

Reviewed — 6-5-32 
Released— 6-10-32 

WET PARADE 

Diit. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 120 mins. 

Cast — Dorothy Jordan, Lewis 
Stone, Neil Hamilton, Emma 
Dunn, Frederick Burton, Reg- 
inald Barlow, John Larkin, 
Gertrude Howard, Robert 
Young, Walter Huston. Jimmy 
Durante, Wallace Ford, Myrna 
Ley, Joan Marsh, John Mil- 
iar,, Clarence Muse, Clara 
Blandick, Forrester Harvey. 
John Beck 

Director — Victor Fleming 

Author— Upton Sinclair 

Scenarist— John L. Mahin 

Dialoguer— John J. Mahin 

Editor — Anne Bauchens 

Cameraman — George Barnes 

Reviewed— 4-24-32 

Released— 4-16-32 



WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD 

Dist.— RKO Pathe 

Running Time — 88 mins. 

Cast — Constance Bennett, Lowell 
Sherman, Neil Hamilton, 
Gregory Ratoff, Brooks Bene- 
dict, Louise Beavers, Eddie 
Anderson 

Director — George Cukor 

Author — Adela Rogers St. John 
Hyland 

Scenarists — Gene Fowler, Row- 
Land Brown 
Dlaloguers — Jane Murfin, Ben 

Markson 
Editor— Jack Kitchen 
Cameraman — Charles Rosner 
Recording Engineer — George 
Ellis 

Reviewed— 6-22-32 
Released— 6-24-32 

WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A 

FRIEND 

Dist. — M-G-M 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast— Jackie Cooper, Charles 

. Chic Sale, Ralph Graves, Dor- 
othy Peterson, Andy Shuford, 
Helen Parrish, Donald Haines, 
Gus Leonard, Oscar Apfel 

Director — Harry Pollard 

Author— William Johnston (From 
"Limpy") 

Scenarists — Sylvia Thalberg, 

Frank Butler 
Dialoguers — Sylvia Thalberg, 

Frank Butler 
Editor — William Levanway 
Cameraman — Harold Rosson 
Reviewed— 5-15-32 
Released— 4-30-32 

WHILE PARIS SLEEPS 
Dist.— Fox 

Running Time— 66 mins. 

Cast — Victor McLaglen. Helen 
Mack, William Bakewell, Jack 
La Rue, Rita La Roy, Mau- 
rice Black, Dot Farley, Lucille 
La Verne, Paul Porcasi, Ed- 
die Dillon 

Director — Allan Dwan 

Author — Basil Woon 

Scenarist — Basil Woon 

Dialoguer — Basil Woon 

Cameraman — Glen MacWilliams 

Recording Engineer — George 
Leverett 

Reviewed— 6-13-32 

Released— 5-8-32 

WHISTLIN' DAN 
Dist.— Tiffany 
Running Time— 65 mins. 
Cast — Ken Maynard, Joyzelle, 
Georges Renavent, Harlen E. 
Knight, Don Terry. Jessie Ar- 
nold, Jack Rockwell 
Director — Phil Rosen 
Author — Stuart Anthony 
Scenarist — Stuart Anthony 
Editor — Rose Loewinger 
Cameraman — Ira J. Morgan 
Recording Engineer — John Stran- 
sky 

Reviewed— 3-13-32 
Released— 3-20-32 



1932 RELEASES 



WHITE EAGLE 

Dist. — Columbia 

Running Time — 64 mlns. 

Cast — Buck Jones, Barbara 
Weeks, Ward Bond, Robert 
Ellis, Jason Robards, Jim 
Thorpe, Frank Campeau, Bob 
Kortman, Robert Elliott, Clar- 
ence Geldert, Jimmie House 

Director — Lambert Hitlyer 

Author — Fred Myton 

Scenarist — Fred Myton 

Dialoguer — Fred Myton 

Cameraman — L. William O'Con- 
nell 

Recording Engineer — Glenn 

Rominger 
Reviewed— 9-24-32 

WHITE ZOMBIE 

Dist.— United Artists 
Running Time — 73 mins. 
Cast — Bela Lugosi, Madge Bel- 
lamy, Joseph Cawfhorn, Rob- 
ert Frazer, John Harron, Clar- 
ence Muse, Brandon Hurst, 
Dan Crimmins, John Peters, 
George Burr McAnnan 
Director — Victor Halperin 
Author — Garnett Weston 
Scenarist — Garnett Weston 
Dialoguer— Garnett Weston 
Editor — Harold McLernon 
Cameraman — Arthur Martinelli 
Recording Engineer — Pete 

Clark 
Reviewed— 7-29-32 
Released— 8-4-32 

WHY SAPS LEAVE HOME 

Dist. — Powers Pictures 

Running Time — 63 mins. 
(Produced in England) 

Cast — Henry Kendall, Betty 
Norton, Margot Grahame, Bin- 
nie Barnes, Bernard Nedell, 
Ben Weldon, Peter Bernard. 
Charles Farrell, Maurice Be- 
resford 

Director — Lupino Lane 

Authors— J. W. Drawbell, Reg- 
inald Simpson 

Scenarists — Lupino Lane, Leslie 
Norman 

Editor — Leslie Norton 

Cameraman — H. E. Palmer 

Recording Engineer — A. E. Ru- 
dolph 

Reviewed— 3-20-32 

WIDOW IN SCARLET 

Dist. — Mayfair 

Running Time — 64 mins. 

Cast — Dorothy Revier, Kenneth 
Harlan, Lloyd Whitloek, Glenn 
Tryon, Myrtle Stedman, Lloyd 
Ingraham, Harry Strang, Hal 
Price, Arthur Millet, William 
V. Mong, Phillips Smalley, 



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MILTON H. 

GROPPER 



Writer 



NO MAN OF HER OWN"* 



"THE TRUMPET BLOWS" 

(Screen Play) 



•In Collaboration 



WALDEMAR 




WRITING FOR PARAMOUNT 



7? 



1932 Productions 

"The Sign of the Cross" 
"Love Me Tonight" 
"The Island of Lost Souls' 
"Sinners in the Sun" 
"Sky Bride" 
and 

the forthcoming Chevalier, 
tentatively titled: 

"A Bedtime Story" 



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Wilfred North. Erin LaBesso- 
niere 

Director — George B. Seitz 
Xuthor — Norman Battle 
Scenarist — Norman Battle 
Dialoguer — Norman Battle 
Editor — Byron Robinson 
Cameraman — Jules Cronjager 
Recording Engineer— C. B. Mills 
Reviewed— 7-20-32 

WILD GIRL 

Dist— Fox 

Running Time — 78 mins. 

Cast — Charles Farrell, Joan Ben- 
nett, Ralph Bellamy. Eugene 
Pallette, Irving Pichel. Minna 
Gombell, Sarah Padden. Wil- 
lard Robertson. Ferdinand 
Munier. Louise Beavers, Mor- 
gan Wallace. James Durkin, 
Murdock MacQuarrie. Alphonz 
Ethier, Marilyn Harris. Car- 
mencita Johnson. Delmar 
Watson 

Director— Raoul Walsh 

Authors — Paul Armstrong. Bret 
Harte (from "Salomy Jane's 
Kiss") 

Scenarists — Doris Anderson. Ed- 
win Justus Mayer 

Dialoguers — Doris Anderson, Ed- 
win Justus Mayer 

Editor — Jack Murray 

Cameraman — Norbert Brodine 

Recording Engineer — George 
Leverett 

Reviewed — 1 1 -23-32 

Released— 10-9-32 

WILD HORSE MESA 

Dist. — Paramount 

Cast — Randolph Scott, Sally 
Blane, Fred Kohler. Lucille 
LaVerne, James Bush, Charles 
Grapewin, Jim Thorpe, George 
F. Hayes, Buddy Roosevelt. 
E. H. Calvert 

Director — Henry Hathaway 

Author — Zane Grey 

Scenarists — Harold Shumate. 
Frank Howard Clark 

Cameraman — Arthur Todd 

WILP WOMEN OF BORNEO 
(S-SE) 

Dist. — First Division 
Running Time — 63 mins. 
Director — Charles Diltz 
Editor— Charles Diltz 
Cameraman — Charles Calahan 
Reviewed— 4-24-32 
Released— 5-28-32 

WINNER TAKE ALL 

Dist.— Warner Bros. 

Running Time — 68 mins. 

Cast — James Cagney. Marian 
Nixon, Virginia Bruce, Guy 
Kibbee, Clarence Muse, Alan 
Mowbray, Dickie Moore. Allen 
Lane, John Roche, Ralf Har- 
olde, Clarence Wilson, Charles 
Coleman, Esther Howard, 
Renee Whitney, Harvey Perry, 
Julian Riviere 



Director — Roy Del Ruth 
Author — Gerald Beaumont (from 

"133 at Three") 
Scenarist — Wilson Mizner 
Dialoguers — Robert Lord, Wilson 

Mizner 
Editor — Thomas Pratt 
Cameraman — Robert Kurrle 
Reviewed— 6-18-32 
Released— 7-16-32 

WISER SEX, THE 

Dist. — Paramount 

Running Time — 76 mins. 

Cast— Claudette Colbert, Lilyan 
Tashman, Melvyn Douglas, 
William Boyd, Ross Alexander, 
Franchot Tone, Paul Harvey. 
Effie Shannon, Victor Killian 
Robert Fischer, Granville 
Bates, Douglas Dumbrille 

Director — Berthold Viertel 

Author— Clyde Fitch 

Scenarists — Harry Hervey, Caro- 
line Francke 

Cameraman — George Folsey 

Reviewed— 3-13-32 

Released— 3-18-32 

WITHOUT HONORS 

Dist. — Artclass 

Running Time — 65 mins. 

Cast — Harry Carey, Mae Busch, 
Mary Jane Irving, Gibson 
Gowland, Ed Brady, Lafe Mc- 
Kee. Jack Richardson. Tom 
London, Lee Sage, Pardner 
Jones 

Director— William Nigh 
Author — Lee Sage 
Scenarists — Harry P. Christ. Lee 
Sage 

Dialoguers — Harry P. Christ, Lee 
Sage 

Cameraman — Edward Linden 
Reviewed — 1-10-32 

WITH WILLIAMSON UNDER 
THE SEA 

Dist. — Principal 

Running Time — 59 mins. 

Reviewed— 11-26-32 

WOMAN COMMANDS, A 

Dist. — RKO Radio 

Running Time — 83 mins. 

Cast— Pola Negri, Basil Rath- 
bone, Ronald Young, H. B. 
Warner. Anthony Bushell, 
Reginald Owen, May Boley, 
Frank Reicher. George Bax- 
ter, Clem Louise Borden, Da- 
vid Newell 

Director — Paul L. Stein 

Author— Thilde Forster 

Scenarist — Horace Jackson 

Dialoguer — Horace Jackson 

Editor— Dan Mandell 

Cameraman — Hal Mohr 

Recording Engineer — Earl Wol- 
cott 

Reviewed— 1-31-32 
Released— 2-12-32 

WOMAN DECIDES, THE 

Dist. — Powers 

Running Time — 70 mins. 

Cast — Adrianne Allen, Owen 



1932 RELEASES 



Nares. C. M. Hallard. David 
Hawthorne, Netta Wescott, 
Margaret Yarde, Winifred 
Oughton 
Director — Miles Mander 
Author— Miles Milleson 
Scenarist — Miles Mander 
Editor— J. W. Stokvis 
Cameraman — Henry Gartner 
Recording Engineer — Cecil V. 

Thornton 
Reviewed— 9-29-32 

WOMAN FROM MONTE 
CARLO 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 65 mins. 
Cast— Lil Dagover, Walter Hus- 
ton, Warren William, John 
Wray, Robert Warwick, Geo. 
E. Stone, Matt McHugh, 
Maude Eburne, Dewey Robin- 
son, Robert Rose, Reginald 
Barlow. Frederick Burton, Os- 
car Apfel, Clarence Muse. 
John Rutherford, Ben Hen- 
dricks, Jr., Francis McDonald, 
Warner Richmond 
Director — Michael Curtix 
Authors — Claude Farrere, Lucien 

Nepoty 
Scenarist — Harvey Thew 
Dialoguer — Harvey Thew 
Editor — Harold McLernon 
Cameraman — Ernest Haller 
Reviewed — 1-3-32 
Released— 1-9-32 

WOMAN IN BONDAGE 

Dist— Harold Auten 

Running Time — 72 mins. 

(Produced in England) 

Cast— Betty Stockfeld, Owen 
Nares. Allan Jeaves. George 
Curzon. Aubrey Mather 

Director — Basil Dean 

Author — "Sapper" (from "Im- 
passive Footman") 

Scenarist — "Sapper" 

Dialoguer — "Sapper" 

Editor — Ernest Aldridge 

Cameraman — Robert Martin 

Recording Engineer — A. D. 
Valentine 

Reviewed — 1 1-19-32 

Released— 11-18-32 

WOMAN IN ROOM 13 

Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 67 mins. 

Cast— Elissa Landi, Ralph Bel- 
lamy, Neil Hamilton, Myrna 
Loy, Gilbert Rowland. Wal- 
ter Walker, Luis Alberni, 
Charley Grapewin 

Director — Henry King 

Authors — Samuel Shipman, Max 
Marcin, Percival Wilde 

Scenarist — Guy Bolton 

Dialoguer — Guy Bolton 

Editor — Al DeGaetano 



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MANUEL SEFF 




ERWIN GELSEY 




Warner Bros. Releases 

STRANGE CASE OF MOLLY LOUVAIN— Lee Tracy 
GRAND SLAM* — Loretta Young and Paul Lukas 
SILVER DOLLAR'— Edward G. Robinson 
JEWEL ROBBERY— Kay Francis and William Powell 

THE STORY OF JIMMY DOLAN — Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and LoreUa Young 




BLESSED EVENT 



DEAD RECKONING 




Now Assisting B. P. SCHULBERG 



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Cameraman — John Seltx 
Recording Engineer — W. W. 

Lindsay, Jr. 
Reviewed— 5-22-32 
Released— 5-15-32 

WOMEN WONT TELL 

Dist. — Chesterfield 
Cast— Sarah Padden, Otis Har- 
lan, Gloria Shea, Larry Kent, 
Edmund Breese, Mae Busch. 
Walter Long, William V. 
Mong, Robert Ellis, Tom 
Ricketts, Isobel Withers, John 
Hyams, Jane Darwell. Dewey 
Robinson, Donald Kirke, June 
Bennett, Charles Mailes, Bet- 
ty Mack 
Director — Richard Thorpe 
Author — Lela E. Rogers 
Scenarist— Lela E. Rogers 
Dialoguer— Lela E. Rogers 
Cameraman — M. A. Anderson 
Recording Engineer — Pete Clark 
Released— 11-15-32 

WORLD AND THE FLESH 

Dist. — Paramount 
Running Time — 75 mlns. 
Cast — George Bancroft. Miriam 
Hopkins, Alan Mowbray, Geo. 
E. Stone. Mitchell Lewis, 
Max Wagner, Harry Cording. 
Emmett Corrigan, Oscar Apfel, 
Reginald Barlow, Ferike Bo- 
ras 

Director — John Cromwell 
Authors— Philip Zeska, Ernst 
Stitz 

Scenarist— Oliver H. P. Garrett 
Cameraman — Karl Struts 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 
Released— 4-22-32 

WYOMING WHIRLWIND 

Dist. — Capitol 

Running Time — 63 mins. 

Cast— Lane Chandler, Adele 
Tracy, Harry Todd, Loie 
Bridge. Yakima Canutt. Al 
Bridge, Bob Roper, Harry 
Semels 

Director — Armand Schaefer 
Author— William Colt McDonald 
Scenarist — Alan Ludwig 
Editor— Ethel Davey 
Cameraman — William Nobles 
Reviewed— 10-12-32 

YORCK (German) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 85 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 

Cast— Werner Krauss, Rudolf 
Forster, Grete Mosheim, Gus- 
taf Grundgens, Lothar Muthel, 
Friedrich Kaysler, Raoul As- 
land, Hans Rehmann, Walter 
Janssen, Gunther Hadank, 
Theodor Loos, Paul Otto, Otto 
Wallburg, Jacob Tiedtke 

Director — Gustav Ucicky 

Authors — Hans Muller, Robert 
Liebmann 

Scenarists — Hans Muller, Robert 
Liebmann 

Cameraman — Carl Hoffman 

Recording Engineer — Walter 
Tjaden 

Reviewed— 10-29-32 



YOUNG AMERICA 
Dist. — Fox 

Running Time — 65 mlns. 
Cast— Spencer Tracy, Doris Ken- 
yon, Tommy Conlon, Ralph 
Bellamy, Beryl Mercer, Sarah 
Padden. Robert Homans. Ray- 
mond Borxage, Dawn O'Day, 
Betty Jane Graham, Louise 
Beavers, Spec O'Donnell, Wil- 
liam Pawley, Eddie Sturgls 
Director — Frank Borxage 
Author — John Frederick Ballard 
Scenarist — William Conselman 
Dialoguer — William Conselman 
Cameraman — George Schneider- 
man 

Recording Engineer — Eugene 

Grossman 
Reviewed — 5-8-32 
Released— 4-17-32 

YOUNG BRIDE 
Dist.— RKO Pathe 
Running Time — 80 mlns. 
Cast — Helen Twelvetrees. Eric 
Linden, Arline Judge, Rosco 
Ates, Polly Walters, Cliff Ed- 
wards, Blanche Friderlci, Al- 
len Fox 
Director — William Seiter 
Author — Hugh Stanislaus Stance 

(From "Veneer") 
Scenarist — Garrett Fort 
Dialoguers — Garrett Fort. Ralph 

Murphy, Jane Murfin 
Editor — Joseph Kane 
Cameraman — Arthur Miller 
Recording Engineer — John Trlbby 
Reviewed--4-17-32 
Released— 4-8-32 

YOU SAID A MOUTHFUL 

Dist. — First National 
Running Time — 75 mins. 
Cast — Joe E. Brown, Ginger 
Rogers, Preston S. Foster, 
Sheila Terry, Farina, Guinn 
William, Harry Gribbon, Os- 
car Apfel, Edwin Maxwell. 
Walter Walker, William Bur- 
ress, Frank Hagney. Selmar 
Jackson, Mia Marvin, Harry 
Seymour, James Eagles, Ar- 
thur S. Byron, Anthony Lord. 
Bert Morehouse 
Director — Lloyd Bacon 
Author — William B. Dover 
Scenarists — Robert Lord. Bolton 
Mallory 

Dialoguers — Robert Lord, Bolton 

Mallory 
Editor— Owen Marks 
Cameraman — Richard Towers 
Reviewed— 11-18-32 
Released— 1 1 -26-32 

ZAPPATORE (S-SE) 

(The Toiler) 
Dist.— Napoli Films 
Running Time — 90 mins. 

(Produced in Italy) 
Cast— Silvio Orsini. Mina Vio- 

letto, Anna Martelll. Tina 

Renaldi, Gustavo Sereno 
Director— Gustavo Sereno 

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Authors — Liberto Bovio, Guldo 
Alba no 

Scenarist— Gustavo Sereno 

Recording Engineer — Lougi Or- 
lando 

Reviewed— 4-3-32 

ZIRKUS LEBEN (German) 

(Circus Life) 

Dist. — Foreign-American Films 
Running Time — 74 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Liane Haid, Oscar Marion, 
Trude Berliner, Rodpf von 
Goth, Carl Ludwig Diehl. 
Walter Rilla, Herman Picha, 
Hermann Blass, Valy Arn- 
heim, Rud. Meinhardt- 
Juenger, G. H. Schnell, Hein- 
rich Wilde 
Director — Heinx Paul 
Author — Paula Busch, Fritz 

Falkenstein 
Music — Ernst Erich Buder 
Scenarist — Arthur Haase 
Dialoguer — Fritz Falkenstein 
Editor — Harry Dettmann 
Cameramen — Victor Gluck, 

Georg 8ruckbauer 
Recording Engineer — Max 

Kagelmann 
Reviewed— 12-28-32 

ZWEI HERZEN UND EIN 
SCHLAG (German) 
(Two Hearts That Beat As One) 
Dist.— Ufa 

Running Time — 120 mins. 
(Produced in Germany) 
Cast— Lilian Harvey, Wolf Al- 

bach-Retty, Rosa Valetti. 

Kurt Lilien. Otto Walburg. 

Herman Blass 
Director— Wilhelm Thiele 
Author — Birabeau & Dolley 
Scenarist — Franz Schulz 
Cameraman — Carl Hoffman 
Reviewed— 9-10-32 

ZWEI KRAWATTEN 
(German) 

(Two Neckties) 
Dist. — Capital Film Exchange 
Running Time— 73 mins. 

(Produced in Germany) 
Cast — Michael Bohnen, Olga 
Tschechowa, Ralph Arthur 
Roberts, Erika Glassner, Trude 
Lieske. Genia Nikolaieva, Jul- 
ius Falkenstein, Theo Lingen. 
Carl Goetz 
Director — Felix Beach 
Author— Ladislaus Va|da 
Scenarist— Ladislaus Va|d« 
Dialoguer — Georg Kaiser 
Editor — Erno Metxner 
Cameraman— Otto Behrem 
Recording Engineer — Nlkolaui 

Farkas 
Reviewed— 1-17-32 



-the best show in town !" • 

LAWRENCE HAZARD 

Writer 



Original 

"FROM HELL TO HEAVEN 



For the Stage 

"MANHATTAN MEDLEY" 
"A MAN'S CASTLE" 



casey robin son 

writer director 



charles r rogers prods 

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F EAT U R E S 
RELEASED 

SINCE 1915 

An eighteen-year record of 13,262 features released in this country between 
1915 and 1932, including foreign and American-made productions. 

Below is the code to distributors of pictures in the compilation. The actual 
list starts on page 230. 



CODE TO DISTRIBUTORS 



ABA— A. B. A. Films. 




AKW- — Arrow. 


dK J£ — U rent wood -Mutual. 


ABR— Abrams. 




ASA — Asta. 


dki — onsKin, 


ACA — American Committee 


for 


ASS — Associated Cinemas. 


DDT Prill 


Relief of Armenia. 




ACT A c( .. 

-n o 1 .rtStOr. 


dku — i-.ee urocy v_.o. 


ADP— Adolph Pollak 




ATA American Trading Assn. 


BRU Brunton -Paradise 


ACI — American Cinema. 




A l iv — Atlas. 


P.RX Leo Brecher 


ACT — Action Pictures. 




ATTF1 Aitrlikltt Vi^ltrae 

aui' — Auaiuie .riciures. 


BUF — Buffalo Motion Picture 


ADV — Advanced. 




nUL — auuio uinema. 


_ . _ . . 


AE — Associated Exhibitors. 






BUL — liutler Irroductiona. 


AEP — Affiliated European 


Pro- 


AC'S — Australian Films. 


BUN — Burnside. 


ducers. 




AU 1 — capt. riaroia AUten 


BL^R — H. B. Burroughs. 


AFF— Affiliated. 




AY — Aywon. 


BUT — Butterfly. 


AGF — American General Films. 


AYC— Aycie. 


CAF — Capital Foreign Attrac- 


AHR— Asher. 




BAC — Backer-Hoffman. 


tion. 


AI — Associated Independent 


BAE — Banner. 


CAL— California Motion Picture 


Productions. 




BAK — Baker-Hoffman. 


Co. 


AID— Aida Films. 




BAN — Bancroft. 


CAN— Canyon. 


ALA — Atlantic. 




BAR — Barsky. 


CAP — Capitol Film Exchantrc 


ALD— Alder. 




BAT— Bartlett. 


CAS — Castlelon-Shipman. 


ALE: — Alexander. 




BAY — Bacon-Ay won. 


CAT — Capitol Productions. 


ALL — Alliance. 




BB — B. B. Features. 


CBC— Cohen-Brandt-Cohen (Co- 


ALP— All Art Pictures. 




BBF — Bacon-Backer Foursquare. 


lumbia). 


AM — Amkino. 




BE— Beacon. 


CBP— C. B. Price. 


A M B — Ambassador. 




BEB — George Beban. 


CC— Clark-Cornelius. 


AME — American. 




BEH — Behrman Productions. 


CEL — Celebrity Pictures. 


AMG — Amalgamated. 




BEL— Berlin Films. 


CEX — Century Pictures. 


AMU — American Mutual. 




BER — Bertad. 


CF— Cinema Francais 


AN — Anchor. 




BEN — Chester Bennett. 


CHA— Chadwick Pictures. 


ANT — Anti-Vice Motion 


Pic 


BET — Bernstein. 


CHE— Chesterfield Pictures. 


tures. 




BHA— Bert Hall. 


CHR— Charter. 


AP — Allied Pictures. 




BI — British International. 


CIE— Cines. 


APA— A-l Producers and 


Dis- 


BIF — Big Four. 


CIN — Cinema Attractions. 


tributors. 




BIG — Big Three. 


CIR — Circle Film Attractions. 


APD — Allied Producers and 


Dis- 


BIL — Biltmore Productions. 


CLA— Claridge. 


tributors. 




BIS— Bischoff. 


CLP— Classplay. 


APF— Oscar Apfel. 




EL — Bluebird. 


CLR— Russell Clark. 


APH— Associated Fhotoplavs 




BLA— Blair-Coan. 


CLU— W. H. Clune. 


A PO— Apollo. 




BLC— Blackton. 


CM — Columbia-Metro. 


APP— A. P. Plays. 




BLO— Richard Block. 


COD— C. O. D.-Blanchfield 


APQ— Approved. 




BLU— Blumenthal. 


COC- — Congo Pictures. 


APR — Associated Producers 




BM— Balboa-Mutual. 


COH— Max Cohen. 


AR — American Releasing Co. 


BNE — British New Era. 


COL — Columbia. 


ARA — Arfa Films. 




BOL— H. Bollman. 


COM — Commonwealth. 


ARB— Arc Films. 




BOT — Bottonelli. 


CON— Consolidated-Met. 


ARC— Artclass Picture* (Weis~ 


BOW— Bowes Productions. 


COP— Congo Pictures. 


Bros.) 




BPI— Bureau of Public Informa- 


COQ — Conquest. 


ARF— Ar-Films. 




tion. 


COR — Corona. 


ARI— Arista. 




BR— C. C. Burr. 


COS— Cosmos. 


ARN— Arnaud. 




BRA— Brady-World. 


COT — Continental Pictures. 


ARO — Aristocrat. 




BRB— Brenda Pictures. 


COU— Cosmart. 


ARP— Artistic Pictures. 




15 RC— BrewsUr. 


COV— Cort. 


ART— Artcraft Pictures. 




BRD— Bradley. 


CP— Collywn Pictures. 



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-the best show in town ! 
Barry Trivers 

Writer 
Current Assignment 

66 Fumiy Face" 



With a grateful bow to 
Mr. William LeBaron and 
Mr. Edward Blatt 



ALBERT LEWIS 

Member 

PRODUCTION STAFF 
♦ 

PARAMOUNT STUDIOS 
HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 

paramount fH {Pictures 

226 



GRA— Crea. 

CRE — T. V. Cremonim. 
CRB— Crest. 
CRD- -Certified. 

CRE — Crescent Pictures. 

CRT — Creative. 

CUM— Cummings. 

CUR— Richard Currier Produc- 
tions. 

CUT— Curtiss. 

TWO — Comstock- World. 

DAB— Dansk-Biograf. 

DAT— Daily Productions. 

DAV— Davis Distributing Co. 

DEM —Democracy Photoplay. 

DEN— Denver-Dixon. 

DIE— Dietrieh-Kenyon. 

DIL— DiLorenzo. 

DOO — Doo-Lee. 

DRK— Drklik-Martel. 

DUD— Dudley-Unity. 

EAG — Eagle Productions 

FAS — Eastern Films. 

EC — East Coast. 

EDO— Edgar. 

FDK— Edison-Kleine. 

EDP — Edison Perfection. 

EDU— Educational. 

EKE— Edison-K. E. S. E. 

EKO — E. K. O. Film Co. 

ELB— Ellhee Pictures. 

ELD— El Dorado Productions 

ELF— C. S. Elfelt. 

ELK— Edward L. Klein. 

ELL — William Elliott Produc- 
tions. 

EMP — Empire. 

EMU— Empire Mutual. 

ENR — Enterprise. 

ENT— Entente. 

EP— Epco. 

EPA— EMPA Films. 
EPI — Export and Import. 
EPP— Dr. I. J. Eppel. 
EQ— Equitable. 
EQA— Equality. 
EQU — Equity. 
EQW— Equitable-World. 
ERA— New Era. 
ERB— Erbograph-Art. 
ERM — Ermine. 
ES — Essanay. 
ETR— Eastern Triangle. 
EUR — European Productions. 
EUS— Captain H. Eustace. 
EXC — Exceptional. 
EXD — Exclusive. 
EXE— Exhibitors Film ExchanL-.- 
F.XH — Exhibitors' Film Corn. 
EX1 — Exhibitors Mutual. 
EXO— Explorers Film Co. 
EXP— Excellent Pictures. 
EXR— Express. 
F — Fox Film i Corp. 
FA— Fine Arts. 
FAB— Jacob Fabian. 
FAF — Foiegn American Films 
FAI — Fairmont. 
FAT— Fine Arts-Triangle. 
FBO— Film Booking Offices. 
FBW— F. B. Warren. 
FCH — Film Clearing House. 
FD— First Division. 
FDC— Film Distributing Co. 
FED— Federated. 
FEL — Felson-Europa Produc- 
tions. 

FER— Fery Film (Germany). 
FF — Franco Films (France). 
FFF— Foreign Feature Films. 
FFS — Fifty-fifth St. Playhouse 
Group. 

FGC— Film Guild Cinema. 
FGU— Film Arts Guild. 
FHG — Foreign-Hanover-General. 
FID— Fidelity. 
FIL— Film Market. 
FIM— Film Exchange. 
FIT— James A. FitzPatrick. 
FLE— J. J. Fleming. 



Ft. I—. Joseph Fliesler. 
FMA — Famous Attractions. 
FN — First National. 
FOF— Foreign Films. 
FOP— Fort Pitt. 
FOR— Forward. 

FRA — Franco American Export 
FRE— Freoler Film Associates. 

& Import Co. 
FRN — France Films. 
FRO— Frohman. 
FTA— First Anglo. 
FTP — Foreign Talking Pictures. 
FUT— Walter Futter (WafilmO 
FW— F. & W. Films. 
FWA— Franklvn Warner. 
FWO— Frohman-World. 
C — Samuel Goldwyn. 
GAF— Garfield. 
GAR — Garson. 
GAU — Gaumont. 
GBG— Henry Ginsburg. 
GEN— Geneva. 
GEO— Genius. 
GFR— Gerson. 
GGR— Al Griffith-Grey. 
GHA— G. Hamilton. 
GLA— Gladiator Films. 
GLB — Gladstone. 
GLD— Svmon Gould. 
GLE— Goldie Films. 
GLO — Amer-Anglo Corp. 
GOL— Goldstone. 
GON — Goodman. 
GOO— Goodwill. 
GOR— Gordon Film Co. 
GOT — Gotham Productions. 
GOU— M. J. Gourland. 
GRA — Graphic Film Corp. 
GRB — Great Wall Film Co. 
G RE— Greater. 

GRI— D. W. Griffith Produc- 
tions- 

GRN— Great Northern. 
GSF— Golden Stars Films. 
GUA— Guaranteed Pictures. 
HAD — Horsley-Art Dramas. 
HAL — Hallmark. 
HAM — Arthur Hammerstein 

Enterprises. 
HAN— Hansen-Marine. 
HAP— High Art Pictures. 
HAR— Harma. 
HAS — Harris-Hanover. 
HAT— Hatch. 

HAW — Hall- Abrams- Werner. 
HEA— Headline Pictures. 
H EM — Herman. 
HEN— Henley-Seng. 
HEP— Hepworth. 
HER— Hercules Productions. 
HES — Hesperia. 
HH — Hampton-Hodkinson. 
HHA— H. & H. 
HTM— Himalaya Films 
Hlb — Historique Films. 
HM— Hi-Mark. 
II MU — Horsley-Mutual. 
HNE— Robert J. Hornerf. 
HOB— T. H. Hoffberg. 
HOD— W. W. Hodkinson Co. 
HOF— M. H. Hoffman 
HOL — Hollvwood Pictures. 
HOP — Hopp Hadley. 
HOR— Horkheimer. 
HOU— Houdini. 
HOW — Howell. 
HPI — Hollywood Pictures. 
HRM— Hampton-Mutual. 
HUM— Hutton-Mutual. 
HWA— Haworth. 
HWF— Hiller & Wilk. 
HYP— Hyperion. 
IFC — Independent Film Clear- 
ing House. 
IML — Imperial Dist. 
IMP — Imported Pictures. 
INC— Ince-Triangle. 
1ND— Independent. 
INT. — Industrial Films. 



INT— International. 

1 XV— Invincible. 

IRO — Iroquis. 

1RV— Irving Exchange. 

ITA— Itala Films. 

IV — Ivan. 

JA— Jans. 

TAG— Jacobs-Hall. 

TAF— Taffe Art Films. 

JAW— Jawitz. 

I FN — Jennings Shipman. 

JEW — Jewell. 

TO — Joan. 

JOE — Buck Jones Productions. 

JOH— Rav Johnston. 

JUD— Tudea Films. 

TW— J. W. Films. 

KAC — Krimsky -Cochran. 

KAL — Kalem. 

KAN— Kane. 

KAU— Henry Kaufman. 

KEA— Tames Keane. 

KEL— Kelly. 

KEM— Tohn M. Kellev. 

KFR— Kerman. 

KFS— K. E. S. E. 

KET— Willis Kent. 

KTN— Burton King. 

KLA— Captain F. Kleinschmidt. 

KLE — Georsre Kleine Service. 

KLU— R. H. Klumb. 

KR— R. & R. Film Co. 

KRA — Kremer. 

KRE— Krelbar. 

KUR— F. W. Kurtz. 

LAB— Labor Film Service. 

LB R— 'Lee Bradford Co. (Art- 
lee). 

LED — Lederer. 

I. EE — Artlee Pictures. 

LEM— Levey. 

LEO— Leo Films. 

I.ES— Scl Lesser. 

LEV — Levinson. 

LIB — Liberty Productions. 

LIC — Lichtman. 

LIE— Liebfreed & Miller. 

LON — London Film-Cosmofoto 
film. 

LOU— Louben Films. 
LOW— Lowell. 
LST— Jack Lustberg. 
LUB— Bert Lubin. 
LUM— Lumas (Gotham). 
LYC — Lyceum. 
LYR— Lyric Films. 
M — Metro. 
MA— Modern Arts. 
MAF— Mayfair. 
MAJ — Majestic Pictures 
MAK— Marketed. 

MAI Ernest Mattson. 

MAM— Mammoth. 

MAN— Manson. 

MAO— Mascot Pictures. 

MAR— H. B. Marinelli. 

MAS— Mastodon. 

MAT— Frank Mattison. 

M A U— Master. 

MAV — Masterpiece. 

MAX— Max Graf. 

MAY — Mayfair-Shallenheryer X 

Priest 
MCA— McArthur. 
MCF— Bernarr McFadden. 
MCM — McManus. 
ME— Merit. 
MEN— Mena. 
MER — Mercury Pictures. 
MG — Metro-Goldwyn. 
MGM — Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer. 
MGR— M-G-R Productions. 
MHM— Maxim Prod. 
MIC— Mickey. 
MOE — Moeler. 
MON — Monopol. 
MOP — Monogram. 
MOS— B. S. Moss. 
MOV — Moviegraphs, Inc. 
MPG— Motion Picture Guild. 



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-the best show in town!" 



CHARLES S. BELDEN 

WRITER 
"FOOL'S ADVICE" 

(Orig.-Adaptation) 
WARNER BROS. 

"BUGLE CALL" 

(Adaptation) 
M.G. M. 

"WAX MUSEUM" 

(Original) 
WARNERS 

"HOCK SHOP" 

(Original) 
ROGERS— PARAMOUNT 

-In Collaboration. 



BRIAN MARLOW 

Writer 

"THE NIGHT OF JUNE 13th" 
"GRIME OF THE CENTURY" 
"SUPERNATURAL" 

Management 

Frank and Dunlap, Ltd. 



(paramount |§| {Pictures, 

228 



MT — Mutual. 

MUR — Murray Productions. 
NAM— N. A. M. P. I. 
NAP— Napoli Films. 
NAT — National Players. Ltd. 
NBR — New Brunswick. 
NER— New Era. 
NEW — New Cal. 
NF — National Films. 
NOB — Noble Duplex. 
NOC— Harold Noce. 
NOL— Nola. 

NOR — Norwegian American 
Line. 

NPI— National Pioneer. 
OCE— Ocean-Raver. 
OCP— Oclott Players. 
OD— Od-Films. 

OG— Opden. 1 
OLY— Olympia Macri Excelsior 

Pictures. 
ORE— Ore-Bernstein. 
OSO — Osso Productions. 
PAC— Play Choice. 
PAI— Patriot. 
PAL— Paralta. 
PAM — Paragon. 

PAP — Parthenon Pictures (Oscar 
Price). 

PAR — Paramount (Famous-Las- 
ky, etc.) 

PAS— Passion Play Committee. 

PAT— Pathe & RKO Pathe. 

PBA — Paragon -Brady- World. 

PBW— Peerless-Brady-World. 

PDC — Producers Distributing 
Corp. (Pathe). 

PEA— Peacock. 

PEE— Peerless. 

PER— Perfect. 

PET— Petrova. 

PFT— Perfection. 

PFC— Polish Film Corp. 

PGO— Play Go. 

PHD— Photo-Dramas. 

PHE — Phoenix. 

PHF— Public Health Films. 

PHL— Photoplay Library. 

PHO— Phoebus Films. 

PHV— Chris. Phyllis Prod. 

PI— Pioneer. 

PIC— Picture Classics. 

PIN — Pinnacle. 

PIZ— Pizor. 

PLA — Plaza Pictures. 

PLC— Plunkett & Carroll. 

PLU— Plurograph-Unity. 

PLY— Plymouth. 

PMU— Powell-Mutual. 

POL— Pole Pictures. 

PON— Pollner Distributing Co. 

POW— Peerless-Power. 

POL— Polish Government Films. 

POM— Pollard-Mutual. 

POP— Powers Pictures. 

PPR— Photo-Producers. 

PRE— Preferred. 

PRI— Principal. 

PRM — Prime. 

PRO— Pro Patria Films. 

PRR— Prizma. 

PRS— Presidio Pictures. 

PRW— Premo-World. 

PRX— Protex Trading Corp. 

PS— Producers Security. 

PSR— Pacific. 

PUB— Public Rights. 

PWO— Peerless-World. 

PWP— Public Welfare Pictures. 

PVR — Pyramid-World. 

QDE — Quigley Davenport Ex- 
pedition. 

QU— Quality Distributors. 

R— Rex Film Co. 

RA — Rayart Pictures. 

RAD— Radin. 

RAE— Raleigh Pictures. 

RAF— Radiosol. 

RAI-^Rainbow. 

RAL— General. 



RAS — Raspin Productions. 
RAV — Raver. 

RB— Rex Beach Productions 
RBG — Rex Beach-Goldwyn. 
RC— R. C. 
REA— Realart. 

REC— Ritchey Export Corp. 

RED— Red Films. 

REE— T. P. Reed. 

REF — Reformation Films. 

REG— Regal. 

REI — Reliance. 

REL — Realistic. 

REM — Remington Pictures. 

REP— Republic. 

RES — Resolute. 

RGR — Russel-Griever. 

RHF — Rapf -Hoffman-Foursquare. 

RTA— Rialto. 

RIM — Rimax Productions. 
RKO— Radio Pictures. 
ROM — Cities-Rome. 
RSR— Rapf. 

ROA — Roadshow Pictures. 

ROB— Roberts & Cole. 

ROG— F. B. Rogers. 

ROL— Rolfe. 

ROM — Romayne. 

ROP — H H. Rosenfield. 

ROS— Rosemary Films. 

ROU— Roubert. 

ROY— Royal. 

RUL— Russell. 

RUS— Russian Student Club of 

America. 
SA— Sherrill-Art. 
SAB— Sable. 

SAL — Edward Salisbury. 

SAM— Samwick. 

SAN— Sanford. 

SAS— Sascha Films. 

SCE— Schenck-Select. 

SCH— B. P. Schulberg. 

SCI — Schomer. 

SCL — Schlesinger. 

SCN — George Schneider. 

SCR — Screencraft. 

SCW— Schwab. 

SDC— Stanley Dist. Corp. 

SE— Select. 

SEA— Red Seal. 

SEC — Second National. 

SEE— S. & E. 

SEL — Selig-V. L. S. E. 

SEV— Seventh Avenue Film Co. 

SEX— Selexart. 

SEZ — Selznick. 

SFI— Sfinks Films. 

SGE — Super Golden Eagle. 

SHE— Sherry. 

SHI — Shipman. 

SHO— Shockuchi (Japan). 

SHU — Sherman-United. 

SIE — Sierra Films. 

S I G— Signet. 

SIN — Dr. Alexander Singelow. 

SKT — Sennett -Keystone-Triangle. 

SL— S-L Films. 

SMI — William H. Smith. 

SOA— Sofar Films. 

SOF— So. Feature Films. 

SOL— Solitary Sin Corp. 

SON — Sonora. 

SOU— Southland Pictures. 

SR— State Rights. 

ST — Steiner. 

STA— Star Film Co. 

STB — States Cinema Corp. 

STC— A. G. Stern. 

ST D— Stein. 

STE— Sterling. 

STF — M. F. Stearns. 

STG—Steger. 

STL— Stoll. 

STO— Goldstone. 

STP — Scandinavian Talking 

Pictures. 
SU— Sunset. 
SUB— Sunbeam. 
SUN— Sun. 

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SUP — Superlative. 
SUS — Sunshine Films. 
SWE— Swedish Biograph. 
SWO— Shubert-World. 
SYN— Syndicate. 
SYR — Syracuse. 
TAR — Tarzan. 

TCS — Tucker Cosmofotofilim- 

Sherman. 
TE — Triumph- Equitable. 
TEM— Temple. 
TER— Tcm Terriss. 
THH— T. Hayes Hunter. 
THL — Thalia. 

THP — Thornby Productions. 

TIF — Tiffany Productions. 

TOB— Tobis Forenfilms. 

TOD— Today Film Corp. 

TOW— Tower. 

TPC— Trinity Pictures. 

TRA — Transatlantic. 

TPE — Talking Picture Epics. 

TRB — Tribune-United. 

TRF — Trans-America Films. 

TRI— Triangle. 

TRL — Transcontinental Pictures 

TRP — Otto Trip-pel. 

TRS— True Story. 

TRU — Truart. 

TY— Tyrad. 

U — Universal. 

UA — United Artists. 

UED — Ufa Eastern Division. 

UCO — Unique-Fotofilms. 

UFA— Ufa Films. 

UG — Eugenic. 

UNA— Unity. 

UNG — Charles Unger. 

UNI— United Picture Theaters 

UNP — Unusual Photoplays. 

URF— Universal Red Films. 

USA — U. S. Amusement Art 

Dramas. 
USF— Usa Film Distributors. 
USL— Usla. 

USP— U. S. Public Service. 

VAL— Bruno Valletti. 

VAN— Van Dyke-Art. 

VIC— Victory. 

VIK— Viking Productions. 

VIT— Vitagraph. 

VIU— Vitullo Films. 

VLS— V. L. S. E. 

VTL— Vital. 

WA— Warner Bros. 

WAD— Worldart. 

WAF — Worldart Film Corp. 

WAL— Waldorf. 

WAN— Aloha Wander well. 

WAR — Wharton-Shernott. 

WEB— Weber-North. 

WEB— Webster. 

WEI— Tesse Weil Productions. 

WES— Westart. 

WET— West. 

WH— W. H. 

WID — Frank R. Wilson. 

WIE— G. H. Wiley. 

WIK— Jacob Wilk. 

WIL — Wilke-Independent. 

-VVIM — Williamson-Submarine. 

WIN— Hans Winter. 

WIO — J. D. Williams. 

WIP — Windsor Pictures. 

WIS— Wistara. 

WK— Willis Kent. 

WO — World. 

WOD— World's Trade Ex- 
change. 
WOO— A. H. Woods. 
WPX— W. P. Exchange. 
WRI— Wright. 
WSR — Western. 
WTL — Wharton-International. 
WW — Sono Art-World Wide. 
YAN — Yankee. 
YOU— Robertson Young. 
ZAK — Zakoro. 
ZER— Zerner. 
ZIO— Zion. 



13,262 FEATURE RELEASES 

1915 to 1932 

3 — _ — 

A LIST of American-made and foreign productions released in this country 
between 1915 and 1932 is included on the following pages. Titles are fol- 
lowed by code letter to indicate distributors. For the code to these distributors 
see page 225. 

Pictures released since the advent of sound are indicated as follows: AT — all 
talking; PT — part talking; S-SE — synchronized sound effects. 

When a title cannot be found in this guide it is advisable to refer to the list 
of ORIGINAL TITLES which lists books and plays made into motion pictures 
under titles other than the original. 

Full credits on 1932 releases may be had starting on page 121. 



—A— 

A. B. C. of Love— PAT.12-14-19 
A Nous La Liberte (AT- 

French)— AUT. .5-22-32 
Abie's Irish Rose (S-SE) — 

PAR. .4-22-28 
Able Minded Lady— PSR . 1922 
Above All Law — PAR (re- 
viewed as Mysteries of 

India) 7-30-22 

Abraham Lincoln — ATUA — 

8-31-30 

Abraham Lincoln— FN . . 1 -27-24 

Abysmal Brute— U 4-15-23 

Accidental Honeymoon — 

RSR.. 5-19-18 
Acht Tage Glueck (AT-Ger- 
man)— FLI.. 8-2-31 

Accomplice— SA 2-22-17 

According to Hoyle— WSR. 1922 
According to Law — MT. .3-9-16 
According to the Code — 

ES.. 7-20-16 

Accused— Ind 1926 

Ace High— F 6-30-18 

Ace of Action — AE 1926 

Ace of Cactus — SR 1924 

Ace of Cads— PAR.... J 0-24-26 

Ace of Clubs— RA 1926 

Ace of Hearts— G 10-30-21 

Ace of the Saddle— U. .7-13-19 

Acquittal, The— U 10-21-23 

Acquitted— FAT 4-27-16 

Acquitted (AT)— COL 12-22-29 
Across the Atlantic (S-SE) 

— WA.. 5-1 3-28 
Across the Border — AY. 1-29-22 
Across the Continent — 

PAR.. 4-30-22 
Across the Dead Line — U 

1-8-22 

Across the Deadline— ST. 4-26-25 
Across the Divide— AE. .. 1922 
Across the Pacific— WA.10-17-26 

Across the Plains — AI 1928 

Across the World With Mr. & 
Mrs. Martin Johnson — TPE 

1-26-30 

Across to Singapore — 

M-G-M.. 5-6-28 

Action— U 9-4-21 

Action Craver — RA 1927 

Action Galore— ARC 1926 

Action of Souls — FN 6-1-19 

Actress. The— M-G-M ..7-15-28 



Adam and Eva — PAR. . 2-18-2.5 
Adam and Evil— M-G-M .8-14-27 

Adam's Rib— PAR 3-4-23 

Adele— U 1-19-19 

Adopted Son — M 11-8-17 

Adorable Cheat— CHE .4-15-28 
Adorable Deceiver— FBO . . 1926 
Adorable Savage— U ....8-8-20 
Adoration (S-SE) — FN. 12-16-28 

Adventure— PAR 4-26-25 

Adventure in Hearts— PAR. 1919 
Adventure Mad — Par ..5-13-28 
Adventure Shop— VIT ..1-5-19 
Adventurer, The— M-G-M 

Adventurer, The— USA. .2-22-17 

Adventurer, The — F 3-7-20 

Adventures in Pygmy Land 

HOD.. 3-11-28 
Adventures of Carol— WO . 1927 
Adventures of Maya — ELK 

4-28-29 

Adventuress— SEZ 1920 

Adventurous Soul — HM ..1928 
Adventurous Sex — AE ..6-21-25 
Aelita (Revolt of the Robots) 

—AM.. 1929 
Affair of the Follies, An — 

—FN.. 3-13-27 
Affair of Three Nations, An 

—PAT.. 11-4-1 5 
Affairs of Anatol— PAR. 9-18-21 
Affairs of Lady Hamilton — 

HOD. .4-29-23 

Affinities— HOD 1922 

Afghanistan — AM 10-6-29 

Aflame in the Sky — FBO. 1927 
Afraid to Fight— U. .. .7-23-22 
Afraid to Love— PAR. .4-17-27 
Afraid to Talk (AT) — U. . 1932 

Africa Speaks— COL 9-21-30 

After a Million— SU 5-18-24 

After Business Hours— PDC 

6-28-25 

After His Own Heart— M. 1919 
After Marriage— SU ...11-8-25 
After Midnight— SEZ ..9-25-21 

After Six Days— ARC 1922 

After the Ball— FBO 1924 

After the Fog (AT&S)— 

BE.. 1929 

After the Fog— BE 1-19-03 

After the Show— PAR .. 10-9-21 
After the Storm— COL . 5-27-28 
After the Verdict— BNE. 1-26-30 

After the War— U 12-1-18 

230 



After Tomorrow (AT) — F . 3-6-32 
After Your Own Heart — F 

8-7-21 

Aftermath-CP 12-17-27 

Aftermath— PAR 1914 

Against All Odds— F. . .7-27-24 

Against the Law— EP 1922 

Age for Love (AT)— 

UA. .11-15-31 
Age of Consent (AT) — 

RKO — 8-25-32 
Age of Desire, The — FN. 1-20-24 
Age of Innocence, The — 

WA..1924 
Agulis Frente Al Sol (AT- 

Spanish)— LST. .1932 
Ain't Love Funny— FBO . .1926 
Air Circus (PT&S)— F. .9-9-28 
Air Eagles (AT)— COT 

12-27-31 

Air Hawk— FBO 1925 

Air Legion— RKO ....11-25-28 

Air Mail (AT)— U 1932 

Air Mail— PAR 3-29-25 

Air Mail Pilot— HM .... 5-13-28 

Air Patrol— U 1928 

Air Police (AT)— WW.3-22-31 

Alabaster Box— VIT 1917 

Aladdin and the Wonderful 

Lamp — F. .10-11-17 
Aladdin from Broadway — 

VIT.. 3-15-17 
Aladdin's Other Lamp — M 

7-5-17 

Alarm Clock Andy— PAR 

3- 21-20 

Alaskan— PAR 9-21-24 

Alaskan Adventures— PAT. 1926 
Albany Night Boat— TIF 

9-23-28 

Alex the Great— FBO. .3-18-28 
Alexander Hamilton (AT) — 
WA.. 9-20-31 

Alf's Button— FN 3-19-22 

Ali Baba and the Forty 

Thieves— F. . 12-1-18 
Alias French Gertie— (AT)— 
RKO.. 4-13-30 
Alias Jimmy Valentine — M 

4- 11-20 

Alias Jimmv Valentine (PT 

& S)— M-G-M.. 11-18-28 
Alias Julius Caesar— FN... 1922 
Alias Mary Brown— TRI. 8-4-18 
Alias Mary Flynn— FBO 

5- 17-25 



Alias Mary Smith (AT)— 

MAF — 8-24-32 
Alias Mike Moran— PAR 

3-23-19 

Alias Miss Dodd — U 6-13-20 

Alias Mrs. Jessup — M 1917 

Alias Phil Kennedy — FBO.1922 
Alias the Deacon— U 6-26-27 

Alias the Doctor (AT) — 

FN— 3-6-32 
Alias the Lone Wolf— COL 

10-2-27 

Alias— The Bad Man (AT)— 
TIF. .6-28-31 
10-2-27 

Alias the Night Wind — F 

8-19-23 

Alibi (AT)— U 4-14-29 

Alibi, The— VIT 8-10-16 

Alice Adams — AE 6-24-23 

Alice in Wonderland — PAT. 1927 

Alice in Wonderland (AT) — 

UCO.. 9-20-31 
Alice Through a Looking 

Glass— PAT. .1928 

Alien, An — R 1915 

Alien Enemy, An — HOD 

4-25-18 

Alien Souls— PAR 5-11-16 

Alimony — FBO 1-20-24 

All Aboard— FN 4-10-27 

All American, The (AT)— 

U. .1932 
All Around Frying Pan — 

FBO. .11-15-25 

All At Sea— M-G-M 6-6-29 

All Dolled Up— U 3-6-21 

All For a Husband — F 1917 

All For a Woman — FN. 12-11-21 

All Man— PBW 11-30-16 

All Man— VIT 8-4-18 

AH Night— U 12-1-18 

All of a Sudden Norma — BB 

1-5-19 

All of a Sudden Peggy — 

PAR. .1920 
All Quiet on the Western Front 
— (AT) — U. .4-27-30 

All Souls Eve— REA 2-20-21 

All the Brothers Were Valiant— 

M.. 1-21-23 
All the World's a Stage— 

PRI. .1922 
All the World To Nothing— 

PAT. .1918 

All Woman — G 5-26-18 

All Wrong— PAT 5-18-19 

All's Fair in Love — G.. 10-30-21 
Almighty Dojlar — PBA. .8-31-16 
Almost a Honeymoon (AT) — 
BI. .1-11-31 

Almost Human— PAT 1927 

Almost a Husband— G. . 10-19-19 
Almost a Lady— PDC. . .9-19-26 
Almost Married (AT) — F 

7-29-32 

Almost Married — M 6-8-19 

Aloha — TIF 1930 

Aloha (AT)— TIF 2-1-31 

Aloha-ee — TRI 11,-8-15 

Aloma of the South Seas — 

PAR. .5-23-26 

Alone (S-SE)— AM 6-5-32 

Along Came Ruth — MG. .7-20-24 
Along Came Youth (AT)— 

PAR.. 1930 
Along Came Youth (AT) — 

PAR. .1-11-31 

Alster Case — ES 12-16-15 

Altar Stairs, The— U 12-3-22 

Altars of Desire — M-G-M. 5-1-27 
Always Audacious — PAR 

11-14-20 
Always Goodbye (AT) — F 

5-24-31 

Always in the Way — M 1915 

Always the Woman — G.. 7-16-22 

Al Yemen— AM 1-11-31 

Amarilly of Clothesline Alley — 



ART. .3-21-18 
Amateur Adventuress — M . .1919 
Amateur, An— WO 5-18-19 

Amateur Daddy (AT)— F 

4-24-32 

Amateur Devil, An— PAR.. 1920 
Amateur Gentleman — FN 

9- 12-26 

Amateur Orphan — PAT. .5-24-17 

Amateur Widow— WO 1919 

Amateur Wife— PAR 5-2-20 

Amazing Imposter — PAT. 1-26-19 

Amazing Lovers — JA 1922 

Amazing Quest — HEP 1924 

Amazing Vagabond — RKO 

4-28-29 

Amazing Wife— U 3-9-19 

Amazing Woman— SEZ. .2-29-20 

Amazon Head Hunters, The 

(AT)— PRI. .11-17-32 

Amazons — PAR 8-30-17 

Ambassador Bill (AT)— F 

11-15-31 

Ambition — F 7-6-16 

America — UA 3-2-24 

American Aristocracy — FAT 

11-9-16 

American Beauty, An — FN 

10- 2-27 

American Beauty — PAR. 6-29-16 

American Buds — F 4-18-18 

American Consul— PAR. .2-22-17 
American Live Wire — VIT 

4- 11-18 

American Madness (AT) — ■ 

COL.. 7-1-32 

American Maid — MT 12-6-17 

American Manners — FBO 

8-31-24 

American Methods — F... 5-24-17 
American Pluck— CHA. 10-18-25 
American— That's All — FAT 

6-7-17 

American Toreador — AN . . . 1922 
American Venus— PAR. . 1-31-26 

American Way— WO 7-6-19 

American Widow— M ... 1 2-20- 1 7 

Americano— FAT 1-4-17 

America's Answer — BPI.. 8-4-18 
Among Cannibals of S. Pacific — 
IND.. 7-28-18 
Among Those Present — PAT 

1921 

Amore E. Morte (AT- 

Italian) — AUR. . 10-632 
An American Tragedy (AT) 

PAR. .8-9-31 
An Old Sweetheart of Mine— 

M.. 4-29-23 

Anabel Lee— JO 1921 

Ancient Highway— PAR 

11-22-25 

Ancient Law— MA 12-7-24 

Ancient Mariner — F 1-10-26 

And a Still Small Voice— 

NF. .12-15-18 
And the Children Pay— TY 

1919 

Angel Child— HOD 9-15-18 

Angel Citizen— ME 7-30-22 

Angel of Broadway— PAT 

10-30-27 

Angel of Crooked Street — VIT 

5- 28-22 

Angel Factory— PAT.... 9-13-17 
Animal Crackers (AT)— PAR 

8-3-30 

Animal Kingdom, The (AT) 

—RKO— 12-23-32 

Ankles Preferred— F 3-13-27 

Annabelle's Affairs (AT) — 

F. .6-28-31 

Anna Ascends— PAR. .. 1 1-19-22 
Anna Christie (AT)— MGM 

2-9-30 

Anna Christie— FN 11-25-2.; 

Anna Karenina — F 1915 

Annapolis (S-SE)— PAT. . . 1928 
Anne Against the World — RA 

231 



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7-7-29 

Anne for Spite — AMU.. 5-24-17 
Anne of Green Gables— REA 

11-23-19 
Anne of Littly Smoky — AE 

I- 15-22 

Annexing Bill — PAT. . . .6-30-18 
Annie Laurie— M-G-M ... 6-5-27 

Ann's Finish— AMU 4-4-18 

Another Man's Boots — AY 

10-29-22 
Another Man's Shoes — U 

II- 5-22 

Another Man's Wife— PDC 

1924 

Another Scandal— PDC. .9-21-24 

Answer— TRI 4-18-18 

Antics of Ann— PAR. . .12-13-17 
Anton the Terrible— PAR 

10-5-16 

Anush (S)— AM 11-11-32 

Any Night— AMG 1922 

Any Wife— F 1922 

Any Woman— PAR 5-31-25 

Anybody Here Seen Kelly?— U 

10-21-28 
Anybody's Blonde (AT) — 

ACT.. 11-1-31 
Anybody's War (AT)— PAR 

7- 13-30 

Anybody's Woman (AT)— PAR 

8- 17-30 

Anything Once— CLP. . .6-21-25 

Anything Once- BL 10-18-17 

Apache— COL 2-3-29 

Apache Raider — PAT. . . .2-12-28 
Apaches of Paris— WW .... 1929 
Apaches of Paris— Ufa. . .9-9-28 

Apartment 29— VIT 4-19-17 

Apassionata — FF 4-4-29 

Apostle of Vengeance — INC 

6- 15-16 
Appearance of Evil— WO 

10-13-18 

Appearances— PAR 7-3-21 

Applause (AT)— PAR. 10-13-29 
Apple-Tree Girl— EDP. . 10-11-17 

April Folly— PAR 2-29-20 

April Fool— CHA 11-7-26 

April Showers— PRE. . .11-11-23 

Arab, The— MG 7-6-24 

Arabia— F 

Arabian Knight— R.C 8-15-20 

Arabian Knightmare— PS . . 1922 

Arabian Love — F 4-2-22 

Are All Men Alike— M . 10-31-20 
Are Children to Blame? — 

CRD. .1922 
Are Parents People— PAR 

7- 14-25 

Are These Our Children (AT) 

—RKO. .11-15-31 
Are You a Failure— PRE 

3-18-23 

Are You a Mason? — PAR. .1915 
Are You Legally Married — 

THP. .4-6-19 
Are You Listening (AT) — 

MGM— 4-24-32 
Are You There? (AT)— F. 1930 
Are You There (AT)— 

F. .1931 
Are Women to Blame? — FD 

1928 

Aren't We All (AT)— 

PAR. .7-1-32 
Argentine Love — PAR. . 12-28-24 
Argyle Case (AT & S)— WA 

9- 1-29 

Argyle Case— RSR 2-8-17 

Aristocracy— PAR 1914 

Arizona (AT)— COL ....1931 
Arizona— ART 12-15-18 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Arizona Bound — PAR 5-1-27 

Arizona Cyclone — U 1928 

Arizona Days — SYW 4-28-29 

Arizona Express — F 3-23-24 

Arizona Kid (AT) — F. .5-18-30 

Arizona Outlaw — WO 1920 

Arizona Romeo — F 1-18-25 

Arizona Speed — AI 1928 

Arizona Streak — FBO 1926 

Arizona Sweepstake — U. 11-15-25 
Arizona Terror (AT) — 

TIF. .9-27-31 
Arizona Whirlwind — PAT 

3- 20-27 

Arizona Wildcat— F 1-29-28 

Arm of the Law (AT) — 

MOP. .7-1-32 

Armored Vault — Ufa 1928 

Arms and the Girl — PAR 

10- 25-17 
Arms and the Woman — PAR 

11- 16-16 
Armstrong's Wife — PAR 

11- 35-15 

Around the World Via Graf Zep- 
pelin (S-SB)-TPE.. 11-1 0-89 
Around the Corner (AT) — COL 
5-4-30 

Around the World in 80 Min- 
utes with Douglas Fair- 
banks (AT)— . .TJA. .11-22-31 
Arrowsmith (AT)— UA 12-13-31 

Arsenal— AM 11-17-29 

Arsene Lupin (AT)— MGM 

2- 28-32 

Arsene Lupin — GRE 2-22-17 

Artie, the Millionaire Kid — 

VIT..1916 

Aryan, The— TRI 3-30-16 

As a Man Lives— SEZ . 12-17-22 
As a Man Thinks — HOD 

4- 20-19 

As in a Looking Glass — WO 

3-9-16 

As a Man Desires— FN. .2-22-25 
As Man Made Her— PBW 

3- 15-17 

As Men Love— PAR 5-24-17 

As No Man Has Loved — F 

2-15-25 

(Reviewed as "The Man 
Without a Country") 
As the Sun Went Down — M 

1919 

As You Desire Me (AT)— 

MGM. .6-5-32 
Ashamed of Parents — WA 

12- 18-21 

Ashes— EC 1922 

Ashes of Embers— PAR. 10-12-16 
Ashes of Hope— TRI.... 10-4-17 
Ashes of Love— GR A... 10-6- 18 
Ashes of Vengeance — FN 

8-19-23 

Asphalt— AP 5-11-30 

At Bay— PAT 1922 

At Devil's Gorge — ARW . . . 1923 

At First Sight — PAR 6-28-17 

At Piney Ridge— SEL. .4-27-16 

At the Crossroads— AR 1922 

At the Edge of the World — 

Ufa.. 6-23-29 
At the End of the World— 

PAR.. 8-21-21 
At the Mercy of Men— SEZ 

4- 25-18 

At the Sign of the Jack 

O'Lantern— HOD. . 1-22-22 
At the South Pole— POL. 3-3-29 
At the Stage Door — FBO 

12-18-21 

Atlantic (AT)— BI 10-5-30 

Atom— TRI 9-15-18 



Atonement — PI 1920 

Atta Boy— PAT 10-3-26 

Atta Boy's Last Race — FAT 

10- 19-16 

Attorney for the Defense 

(AT)— COL. .5-8-32 
Auction Block— M-G-M .2-28-26 
Auction Block — RBG. . .12-20-17 
Auction of Virtue— USA. 5-17-17 

Auctioneer — F 1-23-27 

Audrey— PAR 3-30-16 

Autumn — URE 3-9-16 

Autumn Love — AEP ... 1 1 - 1 8-28 
Avenger, The (AT)— COL 

4-19-31 

Avalanche— ART 7-6-19 

Avalanche (AT)— FD ..3-27-32 

Avalanche— PAR 12-9-28 

Avenging Fangs— .PAT. 5-29-27 
Avenging Rider — FBO. 11-11-28 
Avenging Shadow — PAT.. 4- 1-28 

Avenging Trail — M 1-10-18 

Average Woman — BR 2-3-24 

Aviator (AT & S)— WA...1929 
Awakening (S-SE)— UA 

11- 18-28 

Awakening— PWO 12-6-17 

Awakening of Helen Ritchie 

— M.. 1-18-17 
Awakening of Ruth— EDP 

9-27-17 

Away Goes Prudence. .PAR 

7-11-20 

Awful Truth (AT)— PAT. 8-4-29 
Awful Truth— PDC 7-5-25 

— B— 

Babbling Tongues— IV. .8-23-17 
Babe Comes Home — FN.. 6-5-27 
Babes in the Woods — F. . .1917 

Babette— VIT 3-22-17 

Bab's Burglar— PAR... 11-15-17 
Bab's Candidate— VIT ... 7-4-20 

Bab's Diary— PAR 10-18-17 

Bab's Matinee Idol— PAR. . 1917 

Bab, the Fixer — BM 8-30-17 

Babbitt— W A 7-20-24 

Baby Cyclone (S-SE) — 

MGM. .10-7-28 

Baby Doll Bandit, A— U 

Baby Marie's Roundup — PAT 

1919 

Baby Mine— MGM 1-15-28 

Baby Mine — G 10-4-17 

Baby's Diplomacy — PAT 

Bachelor Apartment (AT) — 

RKO. .3-8-31 
Bachelor Apartments — ARW 

1921 

Bachelor Brides— PDC. .5-16-26 
B achelor Daddy— PAR ... 5-7-22 

Bachelor Father (AT) — 

MGM.. 2-1-31 

Bachelor Girl (PT & S)— 

COL.. 7-21-29 

Bachelor Mother (AT)— 

HOL. . 12-14-32 
Bachelor's Affairs (AT)— F 

6-25-32 

Bachelor's Baby— COL. .6-12-27 
Bachelor's Children — VIT 

4- 25-18 
Bachelor's Club (S-SE)— 

PAP.. 1929 

Bachelor's Folly (AT)— WW 

6- 24-32 

Bachelor's Paradise — TIF 

7- 15-28 

Bachelor's Wife, A— PAT 

5- 18-19 

Backbone— G 5-6-23 

Back from Shanghai .. PAP 

1929 

Back From Shanghai — RAL 

3-23-30 

Back Home and Broke — PAR 
12-31-22 

Back of the Man— INC. .3-1-17 
Back Pay (AT) — FN. . . .6-1- JO 

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Back Pay— PAR 2-19-22 

Back Stage — TIF 6-26-27 

Back Street (AT)— U. . . .1932 
Back to God's Country — FN 

11-9-19 

Back to God's Country — U 

7-17-27 

Back to Liberty— EXP. 1-29-28 

Back to Life— AE 1925 

Back to the Woods— G. .7-28-18 
Back to Yellow Jacket.. ARW 
1922 

Back Trail— U 6-15-24 

Bad Boy— FAT 2-1S-17 

Bad Company — AE 3-29-25 

Bad Company (AT) — 

PAT.. 11-8-31 

Bad Girl (AT)— F 8-9-31 

Bad Lands— PDC 10-4-25 

Bad Man, The (AT)— FN 

9- 28-30 

Bad Man— FN 10-7-23 

Bad Man's Bluff— PAT. .1-30-27 
Bad Men's Money— SYN ... 1929 
Bad One, The (AT) — UA 

J-18-30 

Bad Sister (AT) — U. . . .4-5-31 

Badge of Courage— VIT 

Baffled — IND 1924 

Bag and Baggage— SEZ. . .1923 

Bait— PAR 1-9-21 

Baited Trap— RA 1926 

Balinese Love— TPE .12-13-31 

Ballet Girl — BRA 2-3-16 

Ballyhoo Buster— PAT. 12-25-27 

Bandbox— HOD 11-30-19 

Bandit Buster— PAT 1927 

Bandit's Baby— FBO 6-7-25 

Bandit's Son— FBO 1927 

Bandolero, The— MG. .. .9-28-24 
Bantam Cowboy — FBO. 8-19-28 
Bar-C Mystery— PAT... 3-21-26 

Bar Nothin'— F 10-16-21 

Bar Sinister— HAW.... 4-26-17 

Barb- Wire— ARW 1922 

Barbed Wire— PAR 8-14-27 

Barbara Frietchie— PDC . 10-5-24 

Barbara FritchicM 12-2-15 

Barbarian— PI 1921 

B arbary Sheep— ART ... 9-20- 1 7 
Barberina Die Taenzerin Von 
Sanssouci (AT-German)— CAP 

10- 26-32 
Bardelys, The Magnificent — 

MGM.. 10-17-26 
Barefoot Boy, The — CBC 

11- 18-23 

Bare Fists— U 4-20-19 

Barefisted Gallagher— HRM 

6-29-19 

Bare Knees— GOT 1-29-28 

Bare Knuckles— F 3-6-21 

Baree, Son of Kazan — VIT 

5-21-18 

Baree, Son of Kazan — VIT 

5-24-25 

Bargain (AT)— FN (Reviewed 
as "You and I").. 9-6-31 

Bargain, The— PAR 1914 

Bargains — BR 1923 

Barker— SEL 8-23-17 

Barker, The (PT & S)— FN 

12-9-28 

Bar L Ranch (AT)— BIF 

8-4-30 

Barnstormer— FN 1922 

Barnum Was Right (AT)— 

U.. 10-27-29 

Barricade— FBO 10-9-21 

Barricade— M 3-8-17 

Barrier— MGM 4-4-26 

Barrier— RB 2-15-17 

Barriers Aflame— FN ... 10-25-25 
Barriers Burned Away — AE 

12- 21-24 

Barries of Folly— RUL. .. .1922 

Barriers of Society — U 

Barriers of the Law — IND 

11-16-24 




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FILM DAILY 
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of M-G-M! 

M-G-M Stars Make The Movie Skies HEAVEN " 






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BECAUSE again M-G-M 
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BECAUSE M-G-M has greatest total of TEN 
BEST PICTURES covering all the years since the 
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BECAUSE again an M-G-M star (Helen Hayes) 
wins the industry's highest acting honors and 
M-G-M tops all companies in the prize awards of 
the M. P. Academy. 





BECAUSE again M-G-M tops the M. P. Herald 
list of box-office champions of the year with 6 
out of 15. 




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most prominent STARS, the ablest DIRECTORS, 
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BIG ONES 

"GRAND HOTEL"— "SMILIN' THRU"— "RED DUST" 
"PROSPERITY" — "STRANGE INTERLUDE" 

Followed by BIGGER ONES ! 

RASPUTIN AND THE EMPRESS (John, Ethel Lionel 
Barrymore) — TODAY WE LIVE (Joan Crawford)— HELL 
BELOW (Robt. Montgomery, Madge Evans, Walter Huston, 
Jimmy Durante, etc.) — WHITE SISTER (Helen Hayes, Clark 
Gable)— TUGBOAT ANNIE (Dressier-Beery)— REUNION 
IN VIENNA (John Barrymore, Diana Wynyard) — SOVIET! 
(Watch!) — ESKIMO! (Watch.')— To mention only a few! 

NOT FOR JUST A DAY— 
OT FOR JUST A YEAR— 

UT ALWAYS! 





Bars of Iron— STL 3-6-J1 

Bashful Buccaneer — RA. .11-1-25 
Bat. The— UA 3-21-26 

Bat Whispers (AT)— UA 

1-18-31 

Battle Cry of Peace— VIT 

9- 16-15 

Battle of Coronel and Falk- 
land Islands — LEE. . .2-19-28 
Rattle of Galopoli (AT)— 

CAP. . 12-6-31 

Battle of Hearts— F 5-25-16 

Battle of Life— F 12-14-16 

Battle of Mons — ERA. . 3-31-29 
Battle of Paris (AT & S)— 

PAR. . 1929 
Battle of the Sexes— (S-SE)— 

UA.. 10-14-28 

Battler— WO 8-31-19 

Battling Buddy— ARC. 9-14-24 
Battling Bunyan — AE. . 12-14-24 
Battling Butler — MGM. .8-29-26 

Battling Fool— GOL 1924 

Battling Jane— PAR 10-6-18 

Battlin' Kid— PS 1926 

Battling Orioles — PAT. . 10-26-24 

Battling Thru— PIZ 1928 

Bavu— U 4-15-23 

Bawbs of Blue Ridge— INC 

11- 16-16 

Be a Little Sport— F. . .7-6-19 

lie My Wife— <; 6-12-21 

Beach of Dreams — RC 6-26-21 

Beachcomber — PAR 1916 

Beans— U 9-15-18 

Bear Cat— U 4-2-22 

Beast— F 7-27-16 

Beast of the City, The (AT)— 
MGM . .3-13-32 
Beating the Game — G... 9-11-21 
Beating the Odds— VIT. 5-4-19 
Beatrice Fairfax— WTL .8-17-16 
Beau Bandit (AT)— RKO 

6-15-30 

Beau Broadway — MGM. 8-15-28 

Beau Brummel— WA 4-13-24 

Beau Geste— PAR 8-15-26 

Beau Ideal (AT) — RKO 

1- 11-31 

Beau Revel— PAR 3-20-21 

Beau Sabreur— PAR 1-29-28 

Beautiful Adventure — EMU 

10- 25-17 
Beautiful and Damned — WA 

12- 17-23 
Beautiful Blue Danube — AY 

1929 

Beautiful But Dumb— TIF 

9- 9-28 

Beautiful Cheat— U 2-7-26 

Beautiful City — FN 11-1-25 

Beautiful Gambler— U . . . 6-26-21 

Beautiful Liar— FN 1921 

Beautiful Lie — M 5-31-17 

Beautiful Sinner — PFT. . 5-24-25 
Beautifully Trimmed — U 

12-12-20 

Beauty and Bullets — U.. 1-20-29 
Beauty and the Bad Man — 

PDC. .1925 
Beauty and the Barge — PAR... 
Beauty and the Boss (AT)— 

WA.. 4-3-32 
Beauty and the Rogue— AMU 

2- 21-18 

Beauty in Chains— BL. .4-11-18 
Beauty Market— FN 1919 

Beauty Parlor (AT)— CHE 

10- 4-32 

Beauty Prize — MG 10-5-24 

Beauty-Proof— VIT 6-8-19 

Beauty Shop— PAR 5-14-22 

Beauty Shoppers— TIF. . .7-3-27 
Beauty's Worth— PAR. . .4-9-22 
Because I Loved You (AT- 
German— AGF. .2-2-30 
Because of a Woman — TRI 
- . 12-13-17 
Beckoning Flame— TRI. 12-23- IS 



Beckoning Roads — RC. 12-28-19 

Beckoning Trail— RED. .8-3-16 

Becky— MGM 10-16-27 

Bedroom Window— PAR. 6-1 5-24 
Before Midnight— GBG. . .7-5-25 
Before the White Man Came — 
ARW..1920 
Beggar in Purple — PAT. 11-7-20 
Beggir of Cawnpore — INC 

4- 27-16 

Beggar on Horseback — PAR 

7-14-25 

Beggar Prince— RC 2-1-20 

B eggar Student— AG F 1 929 

Beggar Woman— PAT. .3-14-18 
Beggars of Life (PT & S)— 

PAR. .9-30-28 
Behind Closed Doors— COL 

8-4-29 

Behind Closed Doors — TE 

1-27-16 

Behind Masks— PAR.... 7-10-21 
Behind Office Doors (AT)— 

RKO. .3-22-31 
Behind Stone Walls (AT)— 

MAF. .3-13-32 
Behind that Curtain (AT & 

S)— F..1929 
Behind the Altar— AEP. .2-3-29 
Behind the Curtain— U .. 6-29-24 
Behind the Door— PAR .. 1-4-20 
Behind the Front — PAR. 2-14-26 
Behind the German Lines — 

PAR. .12-9-28 
Behind the Lines— BL. . .9-7-16 
Behind the Lines in Italy — 

ROM.. 9-22-18 
Behind the Makeup (AT) — 

PAR. .1929 
Behind the Makeup (AT)— 

PAR.. 1-19-30 
Behind the Mask (AT) — 

COL. .5-1-32 
Behind the Mask -NF. . 11-1-17 
Behind the Scenes— PAR .. 1924 
Behold My Wife— PAR. 10-17-20 
Behold This Woman— VIT 

7-27-24 

Being Respectable — WA. 8-10-24 

Belgian, The— OCP 11-1-17 

Believe Me, Xantippe — PAR 

5- 19-18 

Bell Boy— 13— FN 2-11-23 

Bella Donna— PAR 2-9-18 

Bella Donna— PAR 4-22-23 

Bellamy Trial (PT & S)— 

MGM. .1-27-29 
Belle of Alaska— AR. .. .2-26-22 
Belle of Broadway — COL. . 1926 
Belle of New York— SEZ. . 1919 
Belle of the Season — M.. 8-3-19 

Bells— PAT 9-22-18 

Bells— CHA 10-31-26 

Bells of San Juan— F. . 10-15-22 
Beloved Adventuress — PWO 

7-19-17 

Beloved Batchelor (AT) — 

PAR.. 10-18-31 
Beloved Blackmailer — WO 

Beloved Brute— VIT. . .11-16-24 
Beloved Cheater— RC. . 11-16-19 
Beloved Imposter — VIT. 11-15-18 

Beloved Jim— BL 12-20-17 

Beloved Rogue — UA 

12-15-18 

Beloved Traitor— G 3-7-18 

Beloved Vagabond — PAT 

12-9-15 

Beloved Vagabond— FBO 

4-13-24 

Below the Deadline— AHR. 1921 

Below the Deadline — CHE 

6- 23-29 

Below the Line— WA.. 9-27-25 
Below the Surface— PAR.6-13-20 

Ben Blair— PAR 3-9-16 

Ben-Hur— MGM 1-24-26 

Ben Hur— MGM 12-6-31 

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Benson Murder Case (AT) — 

PAR. .4-13-30 
Berlin After Dark— W W.6-2-29 
Berlin, The Symphony of a 

Big City— F.. 1928 
Bertha, the Sewing Machine 

Girl— F. .1-16-27 

Best Bad Man— F 12-6-25 

Best Man— RAL 1917 

Best Man— HH 4-27-19 

Best of Enemies— SKT. 11-11-15 

Best of Luck— M 7-11-20 

Best People— PAR 11-1-25 

Betrayal, The (S-SE)— PAR 

5-12-29 

Betrayal— GLO 5-5-29 

Betrayed — F 9-27-17 

Better Days— TPC 1928 

Better Half— SE 9-15-18 

Better Man— AY 11-13-21 

Better Man— FBO ....8-15-26 
Better Man Wins— SAN 

10-22-22 

Better 'Ole— WA ....10-17-26 

Better 'Ole — WO 3-9-19 

Better Times — BRE ...6-15-19 

Better Way— COL 1926 

Better! Wire— SE 7-13-19 

Better Woman— TE ...11-11-15 
Bettina Loved a Soldier — 

BL— 8-3-16 
Betty And The Buccaneers — 

MT— 1917 
Betty Takes a Hand — TRI 

1-3-18 

Betty to the Rescue — PAR 

1- 18-17 

Betsy Ross— PWO ...10-18-17 
Betsy's Burglar— FAT. . .3-1-17 
Between Dangers — PAT.1-30-27 
Between Fighting Men (AT)— 
WW. .1932 
Between Friends— VIT. .4-20-24 

Between Men— TRI 12-9-15 

Between Two Worlds— ARC 

7- 15-23 

Beverly of Graustark— MGM 

5-2-26 

Beware of Bachelors (PT & S) 

— W A. .1-20-29 
Beware of Blondes— COL 

8- 26-28 

Beware of Married Men 

(S-SE)— WA.. 1-29-28 
Beware of Strangers — FIL 

1918 

Beware of >Widows— U. .4-17-27 
Beware of the Bride— F.10-24-20 
Beware of the Law — JAW 

4-8-23 

Beyond— PAR 9-11-21 

Beyond All Odds— CHE. . .1926 
Beyond London's Lights — 

FBO.. 2-19-28 

Beyond Price — F 5-8-21. 

Beyond the Bend— SEZ 1922 

Beyond the Border— PDC. 1928 
Beyond the Crossroads — PI. 1922 
Beyond the Law (AT)— SYN 

11-2-30 

Beyond the Law— SOF.12-8-18 
Beyond the Rainbow — BEN 

2- 26-22 

Beyond the Rio Grande (AT) 

BIF.. 5-4-30 
Beyond the Rockies (FBO) 

1926 

Beyond the Rockies (AT)— 

RKO.. 9-16-32 
Beyond the Rocks— PAR.S-14-22 
Beyond the Shadows — TRI 

7-28-17 



"BIG HOUSE" 
"M IN AND BILL" 
"THE SECRET SIX" 
"HELL DIVERS" 
"CLEAR ALL WIRES" 




238 



Bevond the Sierras— MGM 

12-16-28 

Bevond tha Trail— CHE. .. 1926 
Beyond the Wall— PHO 

4-29-28 

Beyond Victory (AT)— PAT 

4-12-31 

Be Yourself (AT) — UA . 3-9-30 
Biff Hank Buddy— ARC.10-5-24 

Bin Adventure— U 4-17-21 

Big Boy (AT)— WA. . .9-14-30 
Big Broadcast. The (AT)— 

PAR. . 10-15-32 
Big Brother— PAR ...12-30-23 
Big Business Girl (AT) — 

FN . .6-14-31 
Big Gamble (AT)— PAT 

9-27-31 

Big City— MGM 4-1-28 

Big City Blues (AT)— WA 

9-10-32 

Big Dan— F 10-28-23 

Big Diamond Robbery — RKO 

4-21-29 

Big Fight (AT)— WW.. 5-11-30 

Big Game— M 8-21-21 

Big Happiness— RC 9-5-20 

Big Hop — JOE 10-7-28 

Big House (AT)— MGM 

6- 29-30 

Big Jim Carritv— PAT. .4-27-16 

Big Killing — PAR 7-8-28 

Big Little Person— U 1919 

Big Money (AT)— PAT. 11-2-30 
Big News (AT & S)— PAT 

7- 28-29 

Big Noise— FN , 5-13-28 

Big Pal— ROY 1926 

Big Parade — MGM ...11-22-25 
Big Party (AT)— F. .4-20-30 
Big Pond. The (AT)- PAR 

4-13-30 

Big Punch— F 2-13-21 

Big Shot, The (AT)— RKO 

1-10-32 

Big Show— AE 7-25-26 

Big Siscer— PAR 9-7-16 

Big Stakes— EC 1922 

Big Stampede, The (AT)— 

WA. .11-11-32 

Big Timber— PAR 6-28-17 

Big Timber— U 8-3-24 

Big Time (AT)— F 9-15-29 

Big Timer (AT) — COL. 7- 11 -32 
Big Town (AT) — INV. 12-22-32 

Big Town Ideas — F 5-15-21 

Big Town Round-Up — F. 7-10-21 

Big Trail (AT)— F 10-12-30 

Big Tremaine — M 12-7-16 

Bigamist— FBO 4-2-22 

Bigger Man— M 9-23-15 

Bigger Than Barnum's — FBO 
7-4-26 

Biggest Show on Earth, The — 

PAR. . 5-2-18 
Bill Apperson's Boy — FN 

7-20-19 

Bill Henry — PAR 9-7-19 

Bill of Divorcement — AE 

10-15-22 
Bill of Divorcement (AT)— 

RKO. .9-17-32 

Billions— M 12-5-20 

Billy Jim — FBO 2-12-22 

Billy the Kid (AT)— MGM 

10-19-30 
Bird of Paradise (AT) — 

RKO. .8-12-32 

Bird of Prey— F 8-11-18 

Birds of Prey— COL... 5-22-27 

Birth— UG 4-19-17 

Birth of a Man— MOS. 5-18-16 

Birth of a Nation— UA 1915 

Birth of a Nation— GGR 

12-21-30 

Birth of a Soul— VIT. . .2-1-20 
Birth of Democracy — FRA 

1-17-18 



Birth of Patriotism— RED 

4-26-17 

Bishop Murder Case (AT & 

S) — MGM. .1929 
Bishop Murder Case (AT) — 

MGM. .2-2-30 
Bishop of the Ozarks— FBO 

1923 

Bishop's Carriage — PAR... 1922 
Bishop's Emeralds — PAT. 6-1-19 



Bit of Heaven— EXP... 8-19-28 

Bit of Jade— AMU 4-18-18 

Bit of Kindling— BM... 6-28-17 

Bits of Africa— MGM 1928 

Bits of Life — FN 9-4-21 

Bitter Apples — WA 6-5-27 

Bitter Fruit— ARW 1921 

Bitter Sweets— PEE.... 9-23-28 

Bitter Truth— F 1-18-17 

Black Ace— PAT 9-2-28 

Black Bag— U '. 6-4-22 

Black Beauty— VIT 1-9-21 

Black Bird— MGM 2-7-26 

Black Butterflies— QU. .10-14-28 
Black Buterfly— M 12-21-16 



Black Camel (AT)— F. .7-5-31 
Black Sea Mutiny— AM. 6-21-31 
Black Cargoes of The South 

Seas — BIG. .7-23-29 

Black Circle — WO 10-19-19 

B lack Crook— KAL 1-13-16 

Black Cruise (PT)— BER. . 1929 
Black Cyclone— PAT... 5-24-25 
Black Diamond Express — WA 

7-3-27 

Black Eyes— TRI 1919 

Black Fear— M 1-13-16 

Black Feather— DAI 1928 

Black Friday— RED 8-31-16 

Black Gate— VIT 1920 

Black Gold— ST 1924 

Black Hills— BIG 6-30-29 

Black is White— PAR... 3-14-20 
Black King, The (AT)— 

SOU.. 7-15-32 
Black Lightning— GOT. 11-16-24 

Black List— PAR 3-2-16 

Black Magic (S-SE)-F. 9-1-29 

Black Orchids— U 1917 

Black Oxen— FN 1-13-24 

Black Panther's Cub — EQU 

2-20-21 

Black Paradise— F 6-13-26 

Black Pearl— RA 3-10-29 

Black Pirate— U A 3-21-26 

Black Roses— RC 4-17-21 

B lack Shadows— PAT ... 5- 1 3-23 
Black Sheep of the Family — 



Black Spider — PS 

Black Stork— WAR 4-5-17 

Black Tears— HPI 7-3-27 

Black Tulip— PS 

Black Watch (AT)— F. . 5-26-29 
Black Wateri (AT) — WW 

4-7-29 

Black Wolf— PAR 2-15-17 

Blackbirds— REA 12-12-20 

Blackbirds— PAR 10-21-15 

Blackguard— LBR 1926 

Blackie's Redemption— M ... 1919 

Blackjack— F 11-6-27 

Blackmail— M 10-3-20 

Blackmail (AT)— WW .. 10-6-29 
Blame to Woman (AT) — 

PRI.. 10-22-32 

Blanchette— PPR 11-6-21 

Blarney— MGM 10-10-26 

Blaze Away— PIL 4-16-22 

Blaze O' Glory (AT)— WW 

1929 

Blaze O- Glory (AT)— WW 

1-5-30 



Blazing Arrows— APO 1922 

Blazing Days— U 1927 

Blazing Love — F 5-4-16 

B lazing Trail— U 1921 



Blessed Event (AT)— WA 

8-23-32 

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Blind Adventure— VIT.. 1-1 0-1 8 



Blind Alleys— P 3-20-27 

Blind Bargain — G 12-10-22 

Blind Circumstances— CC. .. 1922 
Blind Goddess— PAR... 4-18-26 

Blind Hearts— FN 16-16-21 

Blind Husbands— U.... 10-19-19 
Blind Justice— DAB.... 9-28-16 

Blind Love— BAY 1-18-20 

Blind Man's Eyes— M 1919 

Blind Man's Luck— PAT . 5-31-1 7 

Blind Wives— F 1-9-21 

Blind Youth— NF 6-20-20 

Blinded Trail— U 4-20-19 

Blindfold (S-SE)-F. .. 12-30-28 

Blindfolded— HOD 5-2-18 

Blinding Trail— U 1919 

Blindness of Devotion — F 

11-18-15 



Blindness of Divorce — F. .5-2-18 
Blindness of Love — ROL 

3-16-16 

Blinky— U 8-26-23 

Blizzard— F 2-24-24 

Blockade (PT & S)— RKO 

12-9-28 

Block Signal— LUM. . .10-10-26 

Blonde Captive (AT)— IML 

12-13-31 

Blonde Crazy (AT)— WA 

12-6-31 

Blonde for a Night — PAT 

9-23-28 

Blonde or Brunette — PAR 

1-16-27 

Blonde Saint— FN 11-18-26 

Blonde Vampire— FBO 1922 

Blonde Venus (AT)— PAR 

9-24-32 

Blondes by Choice— LUM .. 1927 
lilondie of the Follies (AT)— 

MGM.. 9-2-32 
Blood and Sand— PAR. .8-13-22 
Blood and Steel— IND .. 3-1-25 

Blood Barrier— PAT 4-3-20 

Blood of His Fathers— HAD 

11-29-17 

Blood Ship— COL 7-31-27 

Blood Will Tell— F 1-15-28 

Blood Will Tell— INC.. 3-29-1 7 

Bloodhound— FBO 1925 

Blooming Angel — G 2-15-20 

Blot, The— FBW 8-21-21 

Blow Your Own Horn — 

FBO. .11-4-23 
Bludgeon— EQW 10-28-13 



Blue 


Angel (.AT) — PAR 






11-16-30 


Blue 


Angel. The (AT)- 


-PAR 






11-16-30 


Blue 




...1919 


Blue 






Blue 


B lazes— RGR 


.2-21-18 


Blue 


Blazes— U 


.1-10-26 


Blue 


Blood— CHA 




Blue 






Blue 


Blood and Red — F 


. .4-6-16 


Blue 


Bonnet— HOD 


8-31-19 


Blue 




...1928 


Blue 


Eagle— F 


.9-19-26 


Blue 


Envelope Mystery 






VIT.. 


10-19-16 


Blue 


Eyed Mary — F... 


.5-26-18 


Blue 


Crass— EQW 


10-21-15 


Blue 


Jeans — M 


.3-28-18 


Blue 


Moon— PAT 


. . .1921 


Blue 


Mountain Mystery 






FBO. .1922 


Blue 






Blue 


Skies (S-SE) — F. 


..7-7-29 


Blue 


Streak McCoy— U 


..8-1-20 


Blue 


Streak— FBO 


..3-7-26 


Blue 


Streak, The— F... 


.4-12-17 



Blue Sunday— U 1921 

Blue Water* — NBR 1924 

Bluebeard, Jr.— ARL 1922 

Bluebeard's Seven Wives — 

FN. .1-3-26 
Bluebeard's Eighth Wife— 

PAR. .8-12-23 

Bluff— AMU 10-19-16 

Bluff— PAR 5-4-24 

Bluffer— WO 1-26-19 

Blushing Bride — F 3-6-21 

Boaster, The— GER 2-6-27 

Boat from Shanghai, The 

(AT) — FTA . . 1932 
Bob Hampton of Placer — 

FN— 5-8-21 



Bobbed Hair— PAR .... 3-26-22 

Bobbed Hair— WA 11-8-25 

Bobbie of the Ballet— BL. 6-1-16 
Bobby Burnit— PAR 1914 



Uockbieiiest tAT-lierman) — 

BLO. .4-5-31 
Uody and Soul (AT) — F 

3-15-31 

Body and Soul— FWO.. 12-2-15 
Body and Soul— M .... 10-17-20 
Body and Soul— MGM. 11-13-27 

Body Punch— U 10-28-28 

Bohemian Dancer— SYN . 5-19-29 
Bohemian Girl — SEZ. . .2-1 1-23 
Boiling Point, The (AT)— 

AP.. 11-3-32 

Bolibar— BI 1928 

Bolted Door— U 2-25-23 

Bolshevism on Trail— SE 

5-11-19 

Bonanza Buckaroo — AE 1926 

Bond Between— PAR 4-5-17 

Bond Boy— FN 10-15-22 

Bond of Fear— TRI . . . .9-20-17 

Bondage — BL 1917 

Bondage— UFA 12-16-28 

Bondage of Barbara— G 1919 

Bondage of Fear— PBW . 1-18-17 
Bonded Woman— PAR. .8-13-22 

Bondman, The — F 3-23-16 

Bondman— WW 1929 

Bonds of Honor— HWA. 1-26-19 

Bonds of Love — G 11-8-19 

Bondwomen — KLE 12-23-15 

Bonnie Annie Laurie — F. 10-6-18 
Bonnie, Bonnie Lassie — U..1919 
Bonnie Briar Bush. The — 



PAR.. 12-4-21 

Bonnie Slay— FED 1921 

Boob— MGM 6-6-26 

Book Agent — F 6-7-17 

Boomerang— N PI 5-4-19 

Boomerang— SCH 3-15-25 

Boomerang Bill— PAR. . .2-12-22 

Boots— PAR 3-2-19 

Boots and Saddles— BM . 11-2-16 

Bootleggers— FBO 4-12-22 

Bootlegger's Daughter— AE. 1922 
Border Blackbirds— PAT 

8-28-27 

Border Cavalier— U 9-25-27 

Rorder Devils (AT)— ARC 

3-20-32 

Border Intrigue— IND . . 5-17-25 
Border Justice— IND 1924 



Border Law (AT)— COL 

9-13-31 

Border Legion (AT)— PAR 

6-29-30 

Border Legion — PAR ... 1 1-9-24 

Border Legion — THH 8-4-18 

Border Patrol— PAT 1 2-9-28 

Border Raiders— PAT. . .9-22-18 

Border Rider— SIE 1926 

Border Romance (AT)— TIF 

5-25-30 

Border Scouts— BHA 1922 

Border Sheriff— U 3-14-26 

Border Vengeance — AY ...8-2-25 
Border Whirlwind— FBO. . 1926 

Border Wildcat— U 4-21-29 

Border Wireless— ART. . 10-6-18 
Border Wolves— U 1917 



Border Women— GOL. . 10-12-24 



Borderland— PAR 7-30-22 

Born Reckless (AT)— F. 5-25-30 

Born Rich— NF 1924 

Born to Battle — PAT 9-4-27 



Born to Love (AT)— PAT 

4- 26-31 

Born to the Saddle-^-U. .4-7-29 
Born to the West— PAR .8-15-26 

Borrowed Clothes— U 1918 

Borrowed Finery — TIF 1925 

Borrowed Husbands — VIT 

5- 18-24 

Borrowed Plumage — TRI 

7-5-17 

Borrowed Wives (AT)— TIF 

10-12-30 

Boss of Camp 4 — F 11-9-22 

Boss of Rustler's Roost — 

PAT. .1-15-28 
Boss of the Lazy "Y" — 

TRI. .1917 

Boston Blackie — F 5-20-23 

Boston Blackie's Little Pal — 

M. .9-8-18 

Bottle Imp — PAR 3-29-17 

Bottom of the Well— VIT 

10- 25-1" 
Bottom of the World — RC 

4-3-20 

Bottom of the World, The — 

TPE.. 8-10-30 
Boudoir Diplomat (AT) — U 

12-7-30 

Hought (AT)— WA ...8-16-31 

Bought— WO 12-30-15 

Bought and Paid For— BRA 

11-2-16 

Bought and Paid For — PAR 

3-19-22 

Bound in Morocco — ART. 8-4-18 
Bowery Bishop— SEZ .... 9-28-24 
Bowery Cinderella— EXP 

11- 20-27 

Boy Crazy— FBO 3-5-22 

Boy Friend— MGM 9-5-26 

Boy of Flanders — MG. .3-30-24 

Boy of Mine — FX 12-30-23 

Boy of the Streets— R A. 10-2-27 

Boy Rider— FBO 11-27-27 

Boy-Girl— BL 3-8-17 

Boys Will Be Boys— G. .5-22-21 

Brace Up— BL 3-21-18 

Bramble Bush— VIT 9-28-19 

Brand— G 2-23-19 

Brand of Cowardice— M . 11-2-16 
Brand of Cowardice — TRU 

7-5-25 

Brand of Lopez— RC 4-3-20 

Brand of Satan— PWO .. 7-12-17 

Brand in Der Oper (AT- 

German)— CAP. .7-14-32 

Branded— LBR 1922 

Branded (AT)— COL .11-1-31 

Branded Man— RA 1928 

Branded Men (AT)— TIF 

12- 13-31 

Branded Sombrero — F 1-8-28 

Branded Soul — F 1917 

Branded Soul— STO 2-13-21 

Branded W»man— FN. . .9-12-20 
Branding Broadway — ART 

12-22-18 

Branding Iron — G 11-14-20 

Brand's Daughter— RAL. . 1917 

Brass— WA 3-18-23 

Brass Bottle— FN 7-29-23 

Brass Bowl— F 11-16-24 

Brass Buttons— PAT 4-13-19 

Brass Check— M 3-28-18 

Brass Commandments — F . . 1923 
Brass Knuckles— WA. .12-25-27 

Brat (AT)— F 8-2-31 

Brat, The— M 9-14-19 

Brave and Bold— F S-19-18 

Braveheart— PDC 1-17-26 

Bravest Way— PAR 6-9-18 

Brawn of the North — FN 

11-19-22 

241 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Brazen Beauty— U 9-15-18 

Breach of Promise (AT)— 

WW. .11-23-32 

Bread— MG 7-20-24 

Bread— U 8-4-18 

B read Carrier— GL A 1 928 

Breaks the News to Mother — 

SE.. 5-25-19 

Breaker, The— ES 12-7-16 

Breakers Ahead— M 4-11-18 

Breakfast at Sunrise — FN 

10- 16-27 
Breaking Home Ties — AE 

11- 26-22 
Breaking Into Society— FBO 

1923 

Breaking Point— PAR. . .4-13-24 
Breaking Point— HOD .. .2-6-21 
Breath of Scandal— SCH 

8-24-24 

Breath of the Gods— U. . .8-1-20 
Breathless Moment— U . . . 2-3-24 
Bred in Old Kentucky— FBO 

1926 

Bred in the Bone— MU 

12- 30-15 

Breed of Courage— FBO .. 1927 
Breed of Men— ART. .. .2-9-19 
Breed of the Border— FBO . 1925 

Breed of the Sea— FBO 1926 

Breed of the Sunsets— FBO 

1928 

Breed of the West (AT)— BIF 
1930 

Breezy Bill— SYN 9-14-30 

Breezy Jim— TRI 1919 

Brewster's Millions — PAR 

2-6-21 

Bride of Fear, The— F. .4-25-18 
Bride of Hate— INC.... 1-25-17 
Bride of the Desert (AT)— 

RA. .11-24-29 
Bride of the Regiment (AT) — 
FN.. 5-25-30 
Bride of the Storm — W A .4-11-26 
Bride 68 (PT-German)— TOB 
4-20-30 

Bridegroom for Two (AT)— 

POP. . 1-31-32 
Bride's Awakening — U.. 5-12-18 
Bride's Confession — GRA..1922 



Bride's Play— PAR 1-15-22 

Bride's Silence— MU 1917 

Bridge, The— M 1915 

Bridge of San Luis Rey (PT 

& S)— M-G-M.. 4-28-29 
Bridge of Sighs— WA.... 4-5-25 

Bridges Burned— M 2-8-17 

Bright Eyes— BI 7-6-30 

Brigadier Gerard— U. .. .3-23-16 
Bright Lights (AT)— FN. 1930 
Bright Lights— MG.... 11-22-25 



Bright Lights of Broadway — 

PRI.. 9-30-23 

Bright Lights (AT)— FN 

2- 15-31 

Bright Shawl— FN 4-22-23 

Bright Skies— RC 1920 

Bring 'Em Back Alive (AT) 

RKO. .6-5-32 
Bring Him In— VIT ... 10-23-22 
Bringing Home Father — BL 

S-31-17 
Bringing Up Betty— WO 

7-27-19 

Bringing Up Father — M-G-M 

3- 25-28 

Britton of the Seventh— VIT 

5-11-16 

Broad Daylight— U .... 10-29-22 

Broad -Minded (AT)— FN 
Broadway (AT & S)— U. 6-2-29 



Broadway After Dark— WA 

5-2S-24 

Broadway After Midnight — 

KRE.. 11-13-27 
Broadway and Home — SEZ 

12-26-20 

Broadway Arizona — TRI. 10-4-17 
Broadway Babies (PT & S)— 
FN. .6-30-29 

Broadway Bill — M 2-21-18 

Broadway Billy— RA 1926 

Broadway Boob— AE 3-21-26 

Broadway Broke— SEZ . 12-30-23 
Broadwav Bubble— VIT 

11-21-20 
Broadway Butterfly — WA 

3-29-25 

Broadway Cowboy — PAT. 7-4-20 
Broadway Daddies— COL 

9- 16-28 

Broadway Drifter— EXP . 5-29-27 
Broadway Fever — TIF... 1-6-29 
Broadway Gallant — FBO. 6-6-26 
Broadway Gold— TRU. .. 7-22-23 
Broadway Hoofer — (AT & S)— 
COL. .1929 
Broadway Hoofer (AT)— COL 
3-30-30 

Broadway Jones— ART. . 3-29-17 
Broadway Lady— FBO . 12-13-25 
Broadway Love — BL. ... 1-17-18 
Broadway Madness — EXP 

10- 9-27 

Broadway Madonna — FBO 

11-29-22 

Broadway Melody (AT & S)— 
M-G-M.. 2-17-29 
Broadway Nights— FN .. 5-15-27 

Broadway or Bust — U 6-8-24 

Broadway Peacock — F. . 2-12-22 

Broadway Rose — M 9-24-22 

Broadway Saint — WO . . . 7-20-19 
Broadway Scandal— BL. ..6-2-18 
Broadway Scandals (AT) — 

COL. .11-3-29 

Broadway Sport — F 6-14-17 

Broken Barriers— EXP. . .2-3-29 
Broken Barriers— MG. . .8-10-24 
Broken Barriers — (Khavah) — 

ZIO. .1919 

Broken Blossoms — GRI.. 5-18-19 
Broken Butterfly— R.C. . 10-26-19 

Broken Chains — G 12-17-23 

Broken Chains— PBW. .. 12-7-16 
Broken Commandments — F 

9-4-19 

Broken Dishes (AT)— FN. 1930 

Broken Doll— APR 6-19-21 

Broken Fetters— BL 6-22-16 

Broken Gate— HOD ... 12-26-20 

Broken Gates — TIT 4-17-27 

Broken Hearted ( PT & S)— 
TPC..1929 

Broken Hearts— JAF 3-7-26 

Broken Hearts of Broadway — 

CUM. .7-29-23 
Broken Hearts of Hollywood — 
WA.. 10-10-26 

Broken Homes — TRS 1926 

Broken Law — F 12-16-15 

Broken Laws— FBO 12-7-24 

Broken Lullaby (AT)— 

PAR. . 1-24-32 

Broken Mask— AN 4-8-28 

Broken Melody— SEZ .. 12-28-19 

Broken Spur— ARW 

Broken Shadows— SEC 1922 

Broken Silence— ARW . . 7-30-22 

Broken Ties— PWD 2-2818 

Broken Violin — ARW .... 4-8-23 
Broken Vow. The (AT- 

Polish) — CAP. . 1932 
Broken Wing (AT)— PAR 

3-27-32 

Broken Wing— PRE 8-26-23 

Brokiga Blad (AT-Swedish) 

— STP. .11-29-31 
Brooding Eyes — STE . . .4-11-26 
Brothers (AT) — COL. 10-19-30 



Brotherly Love— M-G-M 

12-23-28 

Brothers — RA 4-14-19 

Brothers Divided— PAT .. 1-4-20 
Brothers Under the Skin — G 

11- 19-22 

Bromley Case— ARW 1920 

Bronc Stumper — PAT 3-4-28 

Broncho Buster — U 5-8-27 

Broncho TwisK.T— F 3-20-27 

Bronze Bell— PAR 7-10-21 

Bronze Bride— RED 3-29-17 

Brown Derby— FN 6-20-26 

Brown of Harvard— ES. 12-27-17 
Brown of Harvard — M-G-M 

5-9-26 

Brute— PAR 1925 

Brute— WA 4-24-27 

Brute Breaker— PAT... 11-23-19 
Brute Master — HOD ... 11-28-20 

Bubbles— PI 1920 

Buchanan's Wife — F 1918 

Buck Privates — U 2-S-28 

Buckaroo Kid — U 11-14-26 

Bucking Broadway — BUT 

12- 13-17 

Bucking the Barrier— F. 4-15-23 

Bucking the Line — F 11-6-21 

Bucking the Tiger — SEZ. 5-1-21 
Bucking the Truth— U. . .8-8-26 
Buffalo Bill on the U. P. Trail— 
SU. .1926 

Bugle Call— INC 5-4-16 

Bugle Call— M-G-M 9-25-27 

Bugler of Algiers— BL. 11-30-16 
Builders of Castles— EDP. 5-3-17 
Bulldog Drummond — HOD 

11- 26-22 

Bulldog Drummond (AT & S)— 
UA.. 5-5-29 

Bulldog Pluck— FBO 1927 

Bullet Mark— PAT 4-1-28 

Bullet Proof— U 4-5-20 

Bullets and Brown Eyes — 

TRI.. 3-2-16 

Bunch of Keys— ES 9-30-15 

Bunty Pulls the Strings — G 

1- 9-21 

Burden of Proof— SE 9-8-18 

Burglar— PWO 11-8-17 

Burglar and the Lady— SUN 

12- 30-15 
Burglar for a Night— HOD 

8-11-18 

Buiglar Proof— PAR 1921 

Burglary by Proxy— FN. 8-31-19 

Buried Gold— RA 1926 

Buried Treasure— PAR . . 2-20-2 1 
Burn 'Em Up Barnes — BR 

8-21-21 

Burnt Wings— U 2-22-20 

Burning Bridges— PAT. .9-23-28 
Burning Daylight — PAR. . . 1914 
Burning Daylight — FN. .4-29-28 
Burning Daylight — M . . . 5-16-20 
Burning Gold— ELB ....2-27-27 
Burning Heart, The— BI. 5-18-30 
Burning Sands— PAR. . .9-10-22 
Burning the Candle— ES. 3-15-17 
Burning the Wind— U. . 10-28-29 

Burning Trail — U 4-5-25 

Burning Up (AT)— PAR 

2- 9-30 

Burning Up Broadway — PAT 

2-19-28 

Burning Words— U 5-27-23 

Burnt Fingers— PAT 4-3-27 

Bush Leaguer— W A 9-4-27 

Busher— PAR 6-1-19 

Bushranger— M-G-M ...1-20-29 
Business and Pleasure (AT)— 
F. .2-14-32 

Business Is Business — U. 9-16-15 
Business of Life — VIT. .4-25-18 

Business of Love— AST 1926 

Buster — F 1923 

Bustin' Through— U 10-4-25 

Busy Inn— PAT 4-2S-18 

243 



1 3,262 TITLES 



But the Flesh is Weak (AT)— 
MGM.. 4-17-32 
Butter and Egg Man — FN 

9-2-28 

Butterflies in the Rain — U 

12-26-26 

Butterfly— U 8-24-24 

Butterfly Girl— AE 5-29-21 

Butterfly Man— R.C 5-30-20 

Butterfly on the Wheel— WO 

11-18-15 

Butterfly Range— ST 1922 

Buttons— M-G-M 1927 

By Divine Right— FBO 1924 

By Hook or Crook— WO .9-22-18 

By Proxy— TRI 7-14-18 

By Right of Possession — VIT 

8- 2-17 

By Right of Purchase— SEZ 

3- 28-18 

By Racket to the Moon— UFA 
2-8-31 

By the World Forgot — VIT 

9-15-18 

By Whose Hand (AT)— 

COL.. 8-3-32 
By Whose Hand? — COL 

11-27-27 
By Whose Hand?— EQW 

4- 20-16 

Bye, Bye Buddy (PT & S)— 
TPC..1929 

— c— 

Cabaret— PAR 5-8-27 

Cabaret, The— WO 6-16-18 

Cabaret Girl— U 12-29-18 

Cabaret Kid— LEE 1927 

Cabin in the Cabin (AT)— 

FN. . 10-1-32 
Cabinet of Dr. Caligari — G 

4- 10-21 

Cabiria— FN 

Cactus Crandall— TRI... 8-11-18 
Cactus Trails— FBO.... 1-23-27 
Cafe in Cairo, A— PDC. .3-22-25 

Cage of Death— AGF 1929 

Caillaux Case— F 10-13-18 

Cain (AT)— PRI 1-17-32 

Cain and Artem — AM... 6-8-30 
Caleb Piper's Girl— PAT. . 1919 
Calendar Girl— AMU. . . 10-25-17 
Calgary Stampede— U. . 10-11-25 

Calibre .38— FCH 1919 

Calibre .45— IND 1924 

California— ARW 4-17-27 

California— M-G-M 7-10-27 

California Mail— FN S-5-29 

California or Bust— FBO ... 1927 
California Romance— F. 12-10-23 
California Straight Ahead — U 

9- 6-25 

Call Her Savage (AT)— F 

11- 26-32 

Call of Courage— U 9-6-25 

Call of East— PAR.... 11 -29- 17 
Call of Her People — M. . .6-7-17 
Call of Home— FBO.... 1-22-22 
Call of the Canyon— PAR 

12- 23-25 
Call of the Circus (AT)— 

HPI.. 1-19-30 
Call of the Cumberlands — 

PAR.. 2-3-16 
Call of the Desert— SVN 

5- 18-30 
Call of the Flesh (AT)— 

MGM.. 9-14-30 

Call of the Heart— U 1928 

Call of the Hills— LBR. .. 1923 
Call of the Klondike— RA 

8-15-26 

Call of the Mate— GOL. .8-3-24 



DAVID O. SELZNICK 

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER 
for M-G-M 



1932, Produc'ed for 
RKO Radio Pictures 

BIRD OF PARADISE WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD 

SYMPHONY OF SIX MILLION IS MY FACE RED? 

SWEEPINGS HELL'S HIGHWAY 

KING KONG THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME 



ROCK-A-BYE 
THE LOST SQUADRON 
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM 
THE GREAT JASPER 
TOPAZE 



LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE 
OUR BETTERS 
STATES ATTORNEY 
THE AGE OF CONSENT 
PENGUIN POOL MURDER 
A BILL OF DIVORCEMENT 
THE PHANTOM OF CRESTWOOD 
THE HALF-NAKED TRUTH 
CHRISTOPHER STRONG 
THE CONQUERORS 



244 



Call of the North— PAR. 12-4-21 
Call of the Rockies— SYN 

7-12-31 

Call of the Soul— F 1-2-19 

Call of the West (AT)— 

COL. .6-1-30 
Call of the Wild— PAT. .9-30-23 
Call of the Wilderness— A E 

1-30-27 

Call of Youth— PAR 1921 

Callahans and the Murphy! — 

M-G-M . .7-24-27 

Calvert's Valley— F 10-8-22 

Cambric Mask— VIT 3-30-19 

Cameo Kirby (AT)— F. .2-9-30 

Cameo Kirby— F 10-21-23 

Cameraman— M-G-M ...9-23-28 
Cameron of the Royal Mounted 
HOD. .1-15-22 

Camille — FN 5-1-27 

Camille — FHG 10-18-17 

Camille— F 1917 

Camille— M 9-11-21 

Camille— WO 12-30-15 

Camille of the Barbary Coast — 
AE. .8-2-25 
Camille of the Yukon— F. . 1920 

Camouflage Kiss — F 4-25-18 

Campbells Are Coming — U 

10-21-15 

Campus Flirt— PAR 9-26-26 

Campus Knights— CHE. .9-29-29 
Can a Woman Love Twice — 

FBO. .3-4-23 

Canadian— PAR 12-5-26 

Canary Murder Case (AT & S) 

PAR. .3-17-29 
Cancelled Debts — STE .. 10-23-27 

Candy Girl— PAT 5-10-17 

Candy Kid— DAI 1928 

Cannonball Express (AT) — 

WW. .2-28-32 
Canyon Hawks (AT)— BIF 

10-12-30 
Canyon of Adventure — FN 

4-8-28 

Canyon of Light — F 12-19-26 

Canyon of Missing Men — SYN 
3-23-30 

Canyon of the Foods — FBO 

1-28-23 

Capitol, The— PAT 12-21-19 

Capital Punishment — SCH 

1- 18-25 

Cap'n Dan— UA 

Cappy Ricks— PAR 8-28-21 

Caprice— PAR 1913 

Caprice of the Mountains — F 

7- 13-16 

Captain Alverez — VIT 1917 

Captain Applejack (AT)— WA 
1930 

Captain Applejack (AT) — 

WA. .4-19-31 

Captain Blood— VIT 9-14-24 

Captain Careless— FBO. 10-21-28 

Captain Courtesy — PAR 1915 

Captain Cowboy— SYN . . .8-4-29 
Captain Fly-By-Night— FBO 

12-24-22 

Captain January— PRI .. 7-13-24 
Captain Jinks of the Horse 

Marines — ES 
Captain Kidd, Jr.— ART. .4-6-19 
Captain Kiddo — PAT. . . .7-26-17 
Captain Lash (S-SE)— F 

2- 10-29 

Caplain of the Guard (AT) — 

U.. 3-30-30 
Captain Salvation — M-G-M 

7-3-27 

Captain Swagger (S-SE)— PAT 

8- 26-28 

Captain Swift— VIT ... .4-25-20 
Captain of His Soul— TRI 

2-14-18 

Captain of the Grey Horse Troop 
—VIT.. 5-24-17 
Captain's Captain— VIT. .1-5-19 



Captain Thunder (AT) — 

WA. .5-10-31 

Captive God— TRI 7-13-16 

Captivating Mary Carstairs — NF 
12-16-15 
Captivation (AT)— CAP 

9- 27-31 

Cardboard Lover— M-G-M 

9-9-28 

Cardigan— A R 2-26-22 

Career of Catherine Bush— 

PAR. .8-17-19 
Careers (PT & S) — FN . 5-26-29 
Careless Age (AT & S) — FN 

10-13-2" 

Careless Lady (AT) — F. 4-17-32 
Carmen (AT)— POP ...1-17-32 

Carmen — ES 6-1-16 

Carmen— EAS 1928 

Carmen— F 11-4-15 

Carmen--PAR 11-4-15 

Carmen of the Klondike — 

SEX.. 2-28-18 
Carmen of the North — HAL 

5- 23-2(1 

Carnation Kid (PT & S) — 

PAR. .3-3-29 
Carnival— UA 7-3-21 

Carnival Boat (AT)— RKO 

3-27-32 

Carnival Girl— AE 1926 

Carnival of Crime— Ufa. .7-14-29 
Carolyn of the Corners— PAT 

1919 

Casanova — M-G-M 1928 

Case at Law, A— ETR. 1 1-15-17 
Case of Becky— PAR.. 10-16-21 
Case of Becky— PAR... 9-23-15 
Case of Jonathan Drew — LEE 

1928 

Case of Lena Smith — PAR 

I- 20-29 

Case of Sergeant Grischa 

(AT) — RKO. .3-2-30 
Casey at the Bat— FAT. .6-22-16 
Casey at the Bat— PAR. .4-17-27 

Casey Jones — RA 2-12-28 

Cassidy— ETR 10-18-17 

Cat Creeps, The (AT)— U 

10- 26-30 

Caste— VIT 7-26-17 

Castles for Two— PAR. . .3-8-17 

Castles in the Air— M 1919 

Cast-Off, The— INC 3-7-18 

Cat and the Canary — U.. 5-15-27 
Catch as Catch Can— LUM 

Catch My Dust— F 

Catch My Smoke— F. .. 12-31-22 

Cat's Pajamas— PAR 1926 

Catspaw— EDK 1-20-16 

Caucasian Love — AM 12-8-29 

Caught Bluffing— U 9-17-22 

Caught (AT)— PAR ..10-4-31 

Caught (AT)— PAR 1931 

7-5-31 

Caught Cheating (AT) — 

TIF. .1-4-31 
Caught in the Act— F. . 12-15-18 
Caught in the Fog (PT & S)— 

WA.. 12-9-28 
Caught Plastered (AT) — 

RKO. .8-9-31 
Caught Short (AT)— MGH 

6- 22-30 

Cause for Divorce— SEZ . 1-27-24 
Cavalier of the West (AT)— 

ARC. .11-22-31 
Cavalier, The (S-SE)— TIF 

II- 4-28 

Cavanaugh of the Forest Ran- 
gers— VIT 2-28-18 

Cavell Case— SE 1918 

Cave Girl— FN 2-26-22 

Cave Man— WA 3-7-26 

Caveman— VIT 12-2-15 

Cecilia of the Pink Roses— 

GRA. .5-26-18 
Celebrity— PAT »-l«-J« 

245 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Central Park (AT)— FN . 12-9-32 
Century Daredevil— AGF . . 1929 
Certain Rich Man— HOD 

10-9-21 

Certain Rich Man— SEZ 

Certain Young Man — M-G-M 

6-17-28 

Chain Invisible — EQ .... 4-27-16 
Chain Lightning— ARW. 3-19-22 

Chain Lightning— F 9-18-27 

Chains of Evidence — HAL 

3-7-20 

Chalk Marks— PDC. . . .11-23-24 
Chalice of Sorrow— BL. .9-28-16 

Challenge — AR 1922 

Challenge— PAT 12-14-16 

Challenge Accepted— HOD ^ ^ 

Challenge of Chance— WIL 

7-6-19 

Challenge of the Law — F 

10- 17-20 

Chamber Mystery — ARW 

Champ, The (AT)— MGM 

11- 15-31 
Champion of Lost Causes — F 

3- 15-25 

Chances (AT)— FN ...6-14-31 
Chandu the Magician (AT) — 

F.. 9-16-32 

Chang— PAR 4-17-27 

Chang and the Law — PS. 

Changing Husbands — PAR 

6- 29-24 

Changing Women — VIT 

8- 18-18 

Channing of the Northwest — 

SEZ.. 1922 

Chaperon— ES 11-23-16 

Chapter in Her Life— U . .9-9-23 

Charge It— EQU 5-29-21 

Charge It to Me— PAT . .4-27-19 
Charge of the Gauchos— FBO 

9- 30-28 

Charity Castle— AMU. . .9-13-17 

Charity — Unknown 1928 

Charlatan, The (PT & S)— U 

4- 21-29 

Charley's Aunt— COL . . 12-28-30 
Charley's Aunt— PDC. . .2-15-25 
Charlie Chan Carries On 

(.AT) — F. .3-22-31 
Charlie Chan's Chance (AT)— 
F. .1-24-32 

Charlotte— COM 11-29-17 

Charlotte Loewenskold (AT- 

Swedish)— STP. .2-28-32 

Charm School— PAR 1-9-21 

Charmer— BL 8-30-17 

Charmer— PAR 4-19-25 

Charming Deceiver— VIT. . 1921 
Charming Sinners (AT)— PAR 

7- 14-29 

Chase— FAB 7-8-23 

Chaser— FN 4-15-28 

Chasing Rainbows— F. . .8-24-19 
Chasing Rainbows (AT) — 

! MGM— 2-23-30 

Chasing the Moon— F 2-5-22 

Chasing Thru Europe (S-SE)— 
F.. 9-22-29 

Chasing Trouble— U 7-18-26 

Chastity— FN 5-4-24 

Chattel— VIT 9-14-16 

Cheap Kisses— FBO 1924 

Cheaper to Marry— MG. .2-15-25 

Cheat— PAR 9-2-23 

Cheat— PAR 12-16-15 

Cheat, The (AT)— PAR 

12- 13-31 

Cheated Love— U 5-29-21 

Cheated Hearts— U 12-4-21 

Cheater— M 6-20-20 



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DEL ANDREWS 




WRITER 

M - G - M 



Cheater Reformed— F. . .2-27-21 

Cheaters — TIF 3-20-27 

Cheaters at Play (AT)— F 

2-28-32 

Cheating Cheaters— SE .. 1-19-19 
Cheating Cheaters— U .. 12-11-27 

Cheating Herself— F 1919 

Cheating the Public — F. . 1-24-18 

Chechahcos— AE 5-18-24 

Check and Double Check 

(AT) — RKO . .10-12-30 
Checkered Flag— STE. . . 1-24-26 

Checkers— F 8-3-19 

Checkmate— BAM 5-31-17 

Cheerful Fraud— U 12-12-26 

Cheerful Givers — FAT. . .4-19-17 

Cheer Leader— LUM 1-15-28 

Cheer Up and Smile (AT)— 

F. .8-3-30 

Chelsea 7750— PAR 1913 

Cherie (AT- French) — PAR 

6-14-31 

Cherokee Kid — FBO . . . 11-13-27 
Chess Player, The— UNP 

5-25-30 

Cheyenne— FN 3-3-29 

Cheyenne Cyclone (AT)— 

KET.. 1-10-32 

Cheyenne Trails — AI 1928 

Chicago- -PAT 1-1-28 

Chicago After Midnight — FBO 

3- 11-28 

Chicken a la King — F. . .6-17-28 

Chicken Casey— INC 1-25-17 

Chicken in the Case — SEZ 

2- 6-21 

Chickens— PAR 3-13-21 

Chickie— FN 5-3-25 

Child of Destiny— CM. . .8-3-16 

Child for Sale — GRA 3-28-20 

Child of Mystery— U 

Child of the Wild — F 1917 

Child of the Paris Street — FAT 
5-18-16 

Child of M'sieu — TRI 1919 

Child Thou Gavest Me— FN 

1921 

Children in the House — FAT 

4- 20-16 

Children Not Wanted — SEZ 

1920 

Children Pay — FAT 12-7-16 

Children of Banishment — SE 

3- 2-19 

Children of Chance (AT)— 

BI.. 1-25-31 
Children of Divorce — PAR 

4-24-27 

Children of Dreams (AT)— 

WA. .7-19-31 
Children of Dust — FN . . 6-10-23 

Children of Night — F 6-19-21 

Children of No Importance — 

NF. .4-8-28 
Children of Pleasure (AT)— 

MGM.. 8-10-30 
Children of the Feud — FAT 

11-30-16 
Children of the New Day — 

AM. .7-6-30 
Children of the Ritz (S-SE)— 
FN. .4-7-29 
Children of the Whirlwind— 

ARW. .10-18-25 
Children of Destiny — SEZ.. 1922 
Children of Jazz — PAR.... 1923 

Chimmie Fadden— PAR 1915 

Chimmie Fadden Out West — 

PAR. .12-2-15 
China Bound — M-G-M . . . 7-21-29 

China Express — AM 3-16-30 

China Slaver — TPC 1929 

Chinatown After Dark (AT) 

—ACT.. 10-25-31 
Chinatown Charlie — FN .6-17-28 
Chinatown Nights (AT & S) — 
PAR.. 4-7-29 

Chinese Parrott — U 1-8-28 

Chip of the Flying U—U. 3-28-26 



Chivalrous Charley — SEZ . . 1922 

Christian— VIT 1923 

Christian — G 1-28-23 

Christina (PT & S)— F. . 4-7-29 
Christine of the Big Tops — 

STE. .1926 
Christine of the Hungry Heart — 
FN.. 10-26-24 

Christus— ARF 1928 

Choosing a Wife— FN .. .8-17-19 
Chorus Girl's Romance — M 

8- 22-20 

Chorus Kid— GOT 4-15-28 

Chorus Lady— PAR 10-2-15 

Chorus Lady— PDC 2-28-25 

Chu Chin Chow— MG. .2-15-25 

Cigarette Girl— PAT 6-28-17 

Cimarron (AT) — RKO . . 1-18-31 

Cinderella— PAR 1914 

Cinderella Man— G 12-20-17 

Cinderella of the Hills — F 

10-30-21 

Cinderella's Twin— M .... 1-9-21 
Cinema Murder— PAR ... 1-25-20 
Circe, The Enchantress — MG 

9- 14-24 

Circle— MG 10-4-25 

Circular Staircase— SEL. 6-23- 15 
Circumstantial Evidence — ARW 
Circumstantial Evidence — CHE 
4-7-29 

Circus— UA 1-22-28 

Circus Ace — F 6-19-27 

Circus Cowboy— F 4-27-24 

Circus Cyclone— U 8-23-25 

Circus Days— FN 7-22-23 

Circus Jim— PS 

Circus Kid (PT & S)— FBO 

9-16-28 

Circus Man— PAR 1914 

Circus of Life— U 1917 

Circus Romance — EQ 2-3-16 

Circus Rookies— M-G-M. 5-20-28 
Cisco Kid (AT)— F ..10-25-31 
Cities and Years— AM .. 4-12-31 

City— CWD 1-20-16 

City— F 11-21-26 

City Girl (PT) — F 4-6-30 

City Gone Wild— PAR. 12-17-27 

City Lights— UA 2-15-31 

City of Comrades — G 7-20-19 

City of Dim Faces — PAR 

7-14-19 

City of Illusion — IV 4-11-16 

City of Masks— PAR 7-18-29 

City of Purple Dreams — FIL 

1918 

City of Purple Dreams— RA 

9- 30-28 

City of Shadows — FBO 1927 

City of Silent Men— PAR 

4-10-21 

City of Song (AT-German) — 
WOD 5-15-32 

City of Tears — U 6-30-18 

City of Temptation — GOU 

9-8-29 

City Sparrow — PAR 9-12-20 

City Streets (AT)— PAR 

4-19-31 

City That Never Sleeps— PAR 

10- 5-24 

City Without Jews— AY. .. 1928 
Civilian Clothes— PAR. . 11-28-20 
Civilization — INC 6-8-16 

Civilization (Re-issue) — ATA 

8-16-31 

Civilization's Child— TRI 

4-20-16 

Claim — M 4-11-18 

Clancy in Wall Street (AT)— 
ARO. .3-16-30 
Clancy's Kosher Wedding— FBO 
8-21-27 

Clarence — PAR 10-22-22 

Clarion— EQW 2-17-16 

Clash of the Wolves— WA 

11-22-25 

Classmates— FN 11-23-24 

Classified — FN 10-11-25 

247 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Claw— SE 6-9-18 

Claw— U 5-22-27 

Claws of the Hun— PAR. .7-7-18 

Clay Dollars— SEZ 10-23-21 

Clean Gun— RAL 1917 

Clean Heart— VIT 9-28-24 

Clean-Up— EXP 3-24-29 

Clean-Up— U 9-16-23 

Clean-Up— BL 8-9-17 

Clean Up Man— U 1928 

Clear the Decks (PT & S)— U 
4-7-29 

Clearing the Range (AT) — 

CAP . .5-24-31 
Clearing the Trail— U .. 10-14-28 

Cleopatra— F 10-18-17 

Clever Mrs. Carfax— PAR 

11-8-17 

Climax, The (AT)— U. .2-16-30 

Climber— RAL 1917 

Climbers— VIT 11-9-19 

Climbers— WA 5-8-27 

Clinging Vine— PDC 8-8-26 

Clock— BL 4-5-17 

Clodhopper— TRI 6-28-17 

Close Harmony (AT)— PAR 

4-14-29 

Closed Doors— VIT 5-22-21 

Closed Gates— STE 5-19-27 

Closed Road— PBA 4-2-16 

Closing Net— PAT 10-14-15 

Closin' In— TRI 6-23-18 

Clothes— M 9-19-20 

Clothes— PAR 1920 

Clothes Make the Pirate— FN 

11- 29-25 

Clothes Make the Woman— TIF 
6-24-28 

Cloud— VAN 3-15-17 

Cloudburst— LBR 1922 

Cloud Dodger— U 11-18-28 

Cloud Rider— FBO 1925 

Clouded Name— WO 8-24-19 

Clouded Name— PGO . . . 2-25-23 

Cloven Tongue— PAT 1918 

Clover's Rebellion— VIT. 5-24-17 

Clown— COL 1928 

Clown— PAR 6-22-16 

Clown George (S) — AM 

8-27-32 

Clutch of Circumstances — VIT 

Coast of Folly— PAR... 9-13-25 
Coast of Opportunity — HOD 

12- 19-20 

Coast Patrol— BAR 1925 

Coax Me— WO 8-3-19 

Cobra— PAR 12-13-25 

Cock O' The Walk (AT)— 

WW. .4-13-30 
Cock O' the Walk— PAR. . 1919 
Cock of the Air (AT)— UA 

1-31-32 

Cock-Eyed World (AT & S)— 
F. .8-4-29 
Cocoanuts, The (AT)— PAR 

6- 2-29 

Code of Cow Country— PAT 

1927 

Code of Honor (AT)— SYN 

11-16-30 

Code of Marcia Gray— PAR 

3-16-16 

Code of the Air— BIS. . 12-16-28 
Code of the Northwest — AE 

1926 

Code of the Range— RA. 5- 15-27 
Code of the Scarlet— FN. 7-15-28 
Code of the Sea— PAR. .6-1-24 
Code of the West— PAR. 4-26-25 
Code of the West— SYN 
„ , , 7-27-30 
Code of the Wilderness— VIT 

7- 6-24 



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LAURENCE E. JOHNSON 

Writer 

"SPEAK EASILY" 
"THE PASSIONATE PLUMBER" 
"POLLY OF THE CIRCUS" 
"BACHELOR FATHER" 
"IT'S A WISE CHILD" 
"PASSION FLOWER" 

*ln Collaboration 



CAREY WILSOI 



METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER STUDIOS 



248 



Code of the Yukon — SCR 

12-8-18 

Cohens and Kellys— U 3-7-26 

Cohens and Kellys in Africa 

(AT)— U.. 12-21-30 
Cohens and Kellys in Atlantic 
City (PT & S)— U.. 3-24-29 
Cohens and Kellys in Holly- 
wood (AT) — U. .4-24-32 
Cohens and Kellys in Paris — U 
2-12-28 

Cohens and Kellys in Scotland 
(AT) — U. .3-2-30 
Coiffeur Pour Dames (AT- 

French) — PAR. . 10-29-32 

Coincidence — M 5-8-21 

Cold Deck— INC 11-8-17 

Cold Steel— R.C 6-5-21 

College— UA 9-18-27 

College Boob— FBO 8-22-26 

College Coquette (AT & S)— 
COL.. 9-1-29 

College Days — TIF 10-24-26 

College Hero — COL. . . .11-27-27 
College Love (AT & S)— U 

R-ll-29 

College Lovers (AT)— FN 

11- 30-30 

College Orphan— U 10-21-15 

College Widow— WA. . . .11-6-27 

Colleen — F 9-11-27 

Colleen of the Pines — FBO 

7-9-22 

Colonel Bridau— ENT 1919 

Colonel's Wife— PAT 

Colorado— U 2-27-21 

Colorado Pluck— F 5-8-21 

Combat— PAT 10-9-27 

Combat— U 2-14-26 

Combat— VlT 9-21-16 

Come Across (PT & S)— U 

7-14-29 

Come Again Smith — HOD 

I- 26-19 

Come and Get It— RKO. 2-17-29 

Come-Back, The— M 5-14-16 

Come on Cowboys— ARW. . 1924 

Come on Danger (AT)— RKO 
1932 

Come On In— PAR 9-22-18 

Come On Over— G 3-19-22 

Come on Tarzan AT)— WW 

1932 

Come Out of the Kitchen— PAR 
5-25-19 

Come Through— U 1925 

Come to My House— F. .2-5-28 
Coming An' Going — ARC. . 1926 
Coming of Amos— PDC. .9-27-25 
Coming of the Law— F. .5-18-19 
Coming Through— PAR. .2-22-25 
Comin' Through the Rye— HEP 

12- 14-24 

Command Performance (AT) — 
TIF. . 1-18-31 
Commercial Pirates— ARW. 1919 
Common Cause — VIT. . . 12-8-18 
Common Clay (AT) — F. .8-3-30 

Common Clay— PAT 1-26-19 

Common Ground — PAR.. 8-3-16 

Common Law — SEZ 11-4-23 

Common Law (AT)— PAT 

7-19-31 

Common Level— TRA 1920 

Common Property — U 1920 

Common Sense — SEZ 

Common Sin, The — SEZ... 1920 
Companionate Marriage — FN 

11-11-28 

Compromise — WA 11-1-25 

Compromised (AT) — BI. 1-18-31 
Compromised (AT)— FN 

II- 8-31 

Comrade John— PAT 1915 

Comrades— FD 3-4-28 

Comrades of 1918 (AT-Ger- 

man)— TOB. .2-22-31 

Conceit— SEZ 12-25-21 

Concert — G 2-27-21 



Concentratin' Kid (AT)— U 

10- 26-30 

Condemned (AT) — U A .11-1 0-29 
Condemned to Death (AT) — 

FD. .7-14-32 
Conductor 1492— W A . . . 3-23-24 

Coney Island — FBO 2-26-28 

Coney Island Princess — PAR 

12-7-16 

Confession— F 6-16-19 

Confession — NF 1920 

Confessions of a Co-ed (AT) 

— PAR. .6-21-31 
Confessions of a Queen — MG 

3-29-25 

Confessions of a Wife— EXP 

3-24-29 

Confetti— FN 1928 

Confidence— U 9-24-22 

Confidence Man— PAR . . 4-20-24 

Conflict— U 10-30-21 

Conflict— VIT 7-6-16 

Congorilla (AT)— F ....7-20-32 
Congress Dance (AT) — UA 

5-15-32 

Connecticut Yankee, A (AT) 

— F.. 4-12-31 
Connecticut Yankee at King 

Arthur's Court — F 2-6-21 

Conquered Hearts— KES. . .1918 
Conquering Horde (AT) — 

PAR. . 3-29-31 
Conquering Po wer — M ..7-10-21 
Conquering the Woman — AE 

12-17-23 

Conqueror — TRI 1-6-16 

Conqueror — F 10-25-17 

Conquerors, The (AT) — RKO 

11- 19-32 
Conquest (AT & S)— WA 

2-17-29 

Conquest of Canaan — FRO 

10-5-16 

Conquest of Canaan — PAR 

7-17-21 

Conquest of the Holy Land — 

OP.. 8-25-29 
Conrad in Quest of His Youth — 

PAR.. 11-14-20 

Conscience— F 1917 

Conscience of John David — 

HMU. .4-27-16 
Consolation Marriage (AT) — 

RKO.. 11-1-31 
Conspiracy (AT) — RKO 

10-13-30 

Conspiracy— PAR 1914 

Constant Nymph— BIG. .7-21-29 

Content — SEZ 1920 

Contraband— PAR 3-29-25 

Contrast— LAB 6-5-21 

Convict 993— PAT 12-20-17 

Convict 13 — M 1920 

Convicted (AT)— ARC 10-4-31 
Convict's Code, The (AT) — 
SYN. .10-5-30 

Convoy — FN 5-15-27 

Cook of Canyon Camp— PAR 

7-19-17 

Co-Optimists, The (AT)— ERA 
3-9-30 

Cop— PAT 9-9-28 

Copperhead — PAR 2-15-20 

Coquette (AT)— UA. .. .4-14-29 
Coquille et Ie Clergyman — 

FGU..1928 

Cora— M 1915 

Cordelia the Magnificent — M 

5-20-2J 

Corner Grocer— PAR. .10-11-17 

Corner in Cotton — M 3-9-16 

Corner— TRI 12-16-15 

Cornered— WA 10-19-24 

Corporal Jim's Ward— PS. . 1921 
Corporal Kate— PDC . . . 12-26-26 
Corsair (AT)— UA ...11-22-31 
Corsican Brothers — UNI 

12- 28-19 

Co-Respondent— U 1917 

249 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Corte D'Assise (AT-Italian) 

— TRL. . 10-4-31 
Cosi E La Vita (AT-Italian) 

— THL.. 11-8-31 
Cossack Whip — EKE ... 1 1-16-16 

Cossacks — M-G-M 7-1-28 

Cossacks of the Don (S-SE) — 
AM. .3-20-32 

Cost— PAR 4-18-20 

Cost of Hatred— PAR... 4-19-17 
Costello Case (AT)— WW 

10- 19-30 

Cotton and Cattle— WES. .1921 

Cotton King— WO 9-9-15 

Counsel for the Defense — AE 

1- 17-26 

Count of Luxembourg — CHA 

2- 14-26 

Count of Monte Cristo— PAR 

1913 

Count of Ten— U 3-18-28 

Counterfeit— PAR ....11-30-19 
Counterfeit Love— PGO .6-24-23 
Countess Charming — PAR 

9- 27-17 

Country Beyond — F 10-24-26 

Country Cousin — SEZ . . 12-14-19 
Country Chairman — PAR.. 1914 
Country Doctor — PDC.. 9-11-27 

Coun»rv Flapper — PS 9-13-22 

Country God Forgot — KES 

10- 5-16 

Country Kid, The— WA. 11-4-23 
Country Mouse — PAR 1914 

County Fair (AT) — MOP 

5-1-32 

County Fair— PI 1-23-31 

Courage— FN 6-19-21 

Courage (AT)— WA. . . .5-25-30 
Courage for Two — WO. . .2-9-19 
Courage of Commonplace — PFT 

11- 22-17 

Courage of Marge O'Doone — 
VIT. .6-6-20 
Courage of Silence— VIT. 2-8-17 
Courageous Coward — EXI . . 1919 
Courageous Coward — SAB .1924 
Court Martial — COL . . . 10-28-28 

Court MartiaUed— U 1915 

Courtesan — AMU 5-25-16 

Courtin' Wildcats (AT & S)— 
U.. 12-22-29 
Courtship of Miles StandUh — 
AE. .11-4-23 

Cousin Kate— VIT 1921 

Covered Wagon — PAR. .3-25-23 
Covered Wagon Trails — SYN 
5-18- 30 

Coward — FBO 8-28-27 

Coward— TRI 10-7-15 

Cowardice Court — F 1919 

Cowboy and the Countess — F 

2-7-36 

Cowboy and the Lady — PAR 

11- 12-22 

Cowboy and the Outlaw, The— 
SYN.. 2-23-30 

Cowboy Cavalier — PAT. . 1-29-28 

Cowboy Courage— AY 1926 

Cowboy Kid— F 7-15-28 

Cowboy Musketeer— FBO 

12- 20-25 

Coyote Fangs— FW 9-28-24 

Crab— INC 1-18-27 

Crackerjack— EC 5-24-25 

Crack O' Dawn— RA. . 10-18-25 

Cracked Nuts (AT)— RKO 

4-5-31 

Cradle— PAR 3-26-22 

Cradle Buster— AR 5-28-22 

Cradle of Courage — PAR 

9-26-20 

Cradle Snatchers— F. ... 6-13-37 




250 



Craig's Wife — PAT 8-26-28 

Crash, The (AT)— FN ..9-9-32 

Crash. The — FN 11-11-28 

Crashin' Thru— FBO 4-1-23 

Crashing Through— PAT .2-5-28 
Crashing Through to Berlin — 
U.. 8-18-18 

Craven— BOL 1922 

Craving— HOF 9-29-18 

Craving— AMU 3-2-16 

Crazy That Way (AT) — F 

4-27-30 

Crazy to Marry — PAR. . .8-7-21 

Creaking Stairs — U 2-2-19 

Cricket— BUT 11-29-17 

Cricket on the Hearth— SEZ 

192.! 

Crime and Punishment — PAT 

2-15-17 

Crime and Punishment — GOU 

4-28-29 

Criminal, The— INC. ... 10-26-16 

Criminal Code (AT)— COL 

1-4-31 

Crimson Canyon — U .... 12-9-28 
Crimson Challenge — PAR 

4-23-22 

Crimson Circle, The (PT) — 

ERA. .2-9-30 
Crimson City (S-SE)— WA 

4- 22-28 

Crimson Clue— CC 1923 

Crimson Cross — PI 1922 

Crimson Dove^PRW. .. .6-7-17 

Crimson Gardenia — G. 6-15-19 

Crimson Runner — PDC ... 6-7-25 
Crimson Shoals— MON . 10-26-19 
Crimson Stain Mystery — CON 

8- 24-16 

Crinoline and Romance — M 

1-28-23 

Crippled Hand — BL 4-20-16 

Crisis— SEL 10-5-16 

Critical Age — HOD 5-6-23 

Crook of Dreams— WO. .2-23-19 
Crockett, Davy— PAR. . .4-20-16 

Crooked Alley— U 12-2-23 

Crooked Circle, The (AT)— 

WW. .9-23-32 
Crooked Romance — PAT. 9-27-17 
Crooked Straight— PAR. . 1 1-2-19 
Crooked Streets — PAR... 8-1-20 
Crooks Can't Win— FBO. 6-3-28 

Crooky— VIT 

Crooner (AT)— FN 8-6-32 

Cross-Bearer— PWO . . . .4-18-18 

Cross Breed— BIS 10-16-27 

Cross Currents— FAT. . . 12-9-15 
Cross Examination (AT) — 

ARC— 2-14-32 

Cross Roads— SMI 1923 

Cross Roads of New York— FN 

5- 28-22 

Crossroads of Love — HM..1928 

Crossed Signals — RA 1926 

Crossed Trails— IND 4-20-24 

Crossed Wires— U 5-20-23 

Crossing Trails— APH 1922 

Crowd— M-G-M 2-26-28 

Crowd Roars, The (AT) — 

WA. .3-27-32 

Crowded Hour— PAR 5-3-25 

Crow's Nest— AY 1922 

Crown Jewels— TRI.... 12-22-18 

Crown of Lies— PAR 4-11-26 

Crown Prince's Double — VIT 

1-6-16 

Crucial Test — BRA 7-6-16 

Crucible— PAR 1914 

Cruel Truth— STE 8-14-27 

Cruise of the Hellion — RA 

9- 18-27 

Cruise of the Jasper B — PDC 
1926 

Cruise of the Makebelieve — PAR 
9-8-18 

Crusader— F 1923 

Crusader, The (AT)— 

MAJ. .10-5-32 



Cry of the Weak— PAT. .4-20-19 

Cry of the World AT)— 

F. .5-8-32 

Crystal Cup— FN 10-9-27 

Crystal Gazer— PAR .... 9-20- 1 7 

Csak Ecy Kislany (AT- 

Hungarian)— ERA.. 3-27-32 

Cub Reporter— GOL 9-24-22 

Cuban Love Song (AT) — 

MGM.. 12-6-31 
Cuckoos, The (AT)— RKO 

4-27-30 

Cumberland Romance — REA 

8-15-20 

Cupid by Proxy— PAT. .7-14-18 
Cupid Forecloses— VIT. . .7-6-19 
Cupid, the Cowpuncher — G 



8-1-20 

Cupid's Brand— ARW 1921 

Cupid's Fireman— F. . . . 12-16-23 

Cupid's Round-up— F 1918 

Cup of Fury — G 4-11-20 

Cup of Life— AE 9-11-21 

Curlytop — F 1925 

Curse of Drink— APO 9-3-22 

Curse of Eve— COR. ... 10-18-17 

Curse of Iku— ES 3-28-18 

Curtain— FN 10-10-20 

Custard Cup — F 1-21-23 

Cy Wittaker's Ward— KES. 1917 

Cycle of Fate— SEL 4-6-16 

Cyclone— F 1-18-20 

Cyclone Bliss— ARW 1921 

Cyclone Cavalier— RA . . . 10-4-25 
Cyclone Cowboy— PAT. . 1-16-27 
Cyclone Jones— AY 9-30-23 



Cyclone Kid (AT) — BIF 

12-22-31 

Cyclone of Higgins, D.D. — M 

5- 19-18 

Cyclone of the Range— FBO 

5- 1-27 

Cyclone Rider— F 10-5-24 

Cynara (AT) — UA ....11-12-32 
Cynthia of the Minute— HOD 

7-11-20 

Cyrano De Bergsrac — ATL 

7- 19-25 

Cytherea— FN 4-20-24 

Czar Ivan, the Terrible 1928 

Czar of Broadway (AT)— U 

6- 29-30 

— D— 

Dad's Girl— SEZ 1920 

Daddies— WA 2-17-24 

Daddy— FN 3-11-23 

Daddy Long Legs— FN. .5-18-19 

Daddy Long Legs (AT)— F 

6- 7-31 

Daddy's Girl— PAT 2-21-18 

Daddy's Gone A'Hunting — MG 
3-8-25 

Daddy's Love— KLU 1922 

Daggerwoman — PAT 5-2-18 

Damaged Goods— BEN . .9-30-15 
Damaged Hearts— FBO 1924 

Damaged Love (AT)— WW 

1-25-31 

Damaged Souls (S-SE)— PWP 
1929 

Dame Chance— ACI 10-24-26 

Dames Ahoy (AT)— U. .3-30-30 
Damsel in Distress — PAT 

10- 19-19 

Damocles — PS 

Damon and Pythias — U 1915 

Dance Fever— Ufa 9-23-28 

Dance Hall (AT & S)— RKO 
12-22-29 

Dance Madness — M-G-M. 2-7-26 

Dance Magic— FN 7-31-27 

Dance of Life (AT & S)— PAR 

8- 25-29 

Dancer of Barcelona — CUR 

10-6-29 

Dancer of Paris— FN 4-4-26 

Dancer of the Nile— FBO 

11- 18-23 

251 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Dance Team (AT)— F. .. 1-3-32 
Dancers, The (AT)— FN 

11- 16-30 

Dancers, The— F 1-18-25 

Dancers in the Dark (AT)— 

PAR. .3-20-32 
Dancer's Peril— PBW. .. .3-8-17 

Dancer's Romance — ARW 

Dancin' Fool— PAR 5-9-20 

Dance, Fools, Dance (AT)— 

MGM. .2-1-31 

Dancing Cheat— U 4-20-24 

Dancing Days — PRE 9-19-26 

Dancing Dynamite (AT)..- 

CAP.. 8-16-31 
Dancing Mothers— PAR . 2-28-26 
Dancing Sweeties (AT) — WA 
8-17-30 

Dancing Vienna — FN 2-24-29 

Danger— ELF 1923 

Danger Ahead— GOI 9-30-23 

Danger Ahead— U 7-21-21 

Danger Game— G 4-25-18 

Danger Girl— PDC 1-31-26 

Danger, Go Slow— U 12-8-18 

Danger Lights (AT)— RKO 

12- 14-30 

Danger Line— FBO. ... .5-18-24 

Danger Man— COS 4-27-30 

Danger Mark— ART 7-14-18 

Danger Path— U 

Danger Patrol— R A 1928 

Danger Quest — RA 1926 

Danger Rider— U 12-2-28 

Danger Signal— EDK. .11-25-15 

Danger Signal— COL 8-9-25 

Danger Street— FBO 10-7-28 

Danger Trail— RAL 1928 

Danger Trail— SEL 5-10-17 

Danger Valley— IND 1921 

Danger Within— BL 5-2-18 

Danger Zone— F 1-19-19 

Dangerous Adventure — -WA 

1922 

Dangerous Affair — HAL. . . 1920 
Dangerous Affair, A (AT) — 
COL.. 11-29-31 

Dangerous Age— FN 2-4-23 

Dangerous Blond— U 5-11-24 

Dangerous Business — FN 

12-5-20 

Dangerous Coward — FBO 

6-1-24 

Dangerous Curves (AT & S)— 
PAR.. 7-21-29 
Dangerous Curve Ahead — G 



10- 9-21 

Dangerous Days — G 3-21-20 

Dangerous Dub — AE 1926 

Dangerous Dude — R A . . . 8-29-26 

Dangerous Flirt— FBO 1924 

Dangerous Friends— STE 

11- 7-26 

Dangerous Game — U 1923 

Dangerous Hours— PAR. .2-8-20 
Dangerous Innocence — U. 3-15-25 
Dangerous Lies — PAR 192 1 



Dangerous Little Demon — U 

3-12-22 

Dangerous Love— CBC 1921 

Dangerous Maid— FN . . 12-16-23 
Dangerous Moment — U.. 4-10-21 
Dangerous Money — PAR 

10-19-24 

Dangerous Nan McGrew (AT) 

— PAR. .6-22-30 
Dangerous Paradise (AT) — 

PAR. .2-16-30 

Dangerous Paradise — SEZ 

10-24-20 

Dangerous Pastime — EAS..1921 
Dangerous Paths— ARW. .. 1921 
Dangerous Talent— PAT. 3-14-20 
Dangerous to Men — M. .4-18-20 



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ADELE COMANDINI 



ADAPTATIONS AND DIALOGUE 



M-G-M 



AGNES CHRISTINE JOHNSTON 

Writer 

Original Story 

"MOVIE CRAZY" 

(Harold Lloyd) 
Screen Play 

"LUCKY DEVILS" 

(RKO) 
( In Collaboration ) 

Original Story 

"THE DEVIL IS DRIVING" 

Chas. R. Rogers — Paramount 
(In Collaboration with Frank M. Dazey) 

Original Story 

"UNDER EIGHTEEN" 

(Warner Bros.) 
Screen Play 

"SEX APPEAL" 

(M-G-M) Stage Plays and Ficti. 



Dangerous Traffic— GOO . . . 1926 
Dangerous Trails— AMB . .4-6-24 
Dangerous Virtue— LBR. 11-7-26 
Dangerous Waters — MT. 9-21-19 
Dangerous Woman (AT) — PAR 
5-26-29 

Dangers of the Artie (AT) — 

EXO.. 7-2-32 
Daniel Boone Thru the Wilder- 
ness— SU 1926 

Dante's Inferno — F 10-12-24 

Danton (AT-German) — 

CAP. .9-13-31 
Daphne and the Pirate — FAT 

2-24-16 

Daredevil — F 3-14-20 

Daredevil— EXI 1920 

Daredevil Kate — F 8-24-16 

Daredevil's Reward — F. . 1-15-28 

Daring Chances— U 8-31-24 

Daring Danger — AR 1922 

Daring Danger (AT) — 

COL. .7-27-32 

Daring Deeds— RA 1927 

Daring Love— TRU 6-29-24 

Daring Hearts — VIT 7-27-19 

Daring of Diana— VIT. . 7-27-16 

Daring Years— EQU 12-9-23 

Daring Youth— PRI 5-18-24 

Dark Angel — FN 10-18-25 

Dark Horse (AT)— FN. 6-1 1-32 

Dark Lantern — REA 8-8-20 

Dark Mirror— PAR 1920 

Dark Red Roses (AT)— INT 
„ , 3-23-30 

Dark Road — INC 3-22-17 

Dark Secrets— PAR 1-28-23 

Dark Silence — PWO 9-21-16 

Dark Skies (AT)— CAP 

~ , „ . 12-15-29 

Dark Stairways— U 6-22-24 

Dark Star— PAR 8-24-19 

Dark Streets (AT & S)— FN 

10-13-29 

Dark Swan— WA 12-7-24 

Darkened Rooms (AT & S) — 
PAR. .1929 
Darkened Skies (AT)— BIL 

1930 

Darkest Hour — VIT 1920 

Darkest Russia— PBW. .4-26-17 
Darkness and Daviight — BAN 

1923 

Darling Mine — SEZ 1921 

Darling of New York— U 

. 10-28-23 

Darling of Paris — F 2-15-17 

Darling of the Rich— SEZ 

1-14-23 

Darwin Was Right— F. . 10-26-24 
D'Artagnan — FAT 2-10-16 

Das Alte Lied (AT-German) 

— KAU. .9-13-31 
Das Cabinet des Dr. Lari- 
fari (AT-German)— SCN . . 

9-13-31 

Das Ekel (AT-German)— 

UFA. . 1-31-32 
Das Floetenkonzert Von Sans- 
souci (AT-German) — 

UFA. . 10-18-31 
Das Lied 1st Aus (AT- 
German)— ASS. .1-31-32 
Das Lied Vom Leben (AT- 
German) — TOB . . 10-18-31 
Das Maedel von der Reep- 
erbahn (AT-German) — 

TPE. .1-25-31 
Das Rheinlandmaedel (AT- 
German) — CAP. .9-20-31 
Das Schoene Abenteur (AT- 
German)— UFA . . 12-10-32 
Daughter Angele—TRI . .8-25-18 
Daughter of Destiny— FN 

12-27-17 
Daughter of the Dragon (AT) 

—PAR. .8-23-31 
Daughter of Eve — COM... 1922 
Daughter of France — F. .4-18-18 



Daughter of Israel— SYN 

5-27-28 

Daughter of Luxury — PAR 

12-10-22 

Daughter of MacGregor — PAR 
9-21-16 

Daughter of Maryland — EMU 

11- 8-17 

Daughter of Mine — G 4-27-19 

Daughter of Two Worlds— FN 
1-11-20 

Daughter of the City— ES 

12-23-15 
Daughter of the Don— ARW 

1920 

Daughter of the Gods — F 

10-19-16 

Daughter of the Hills — PAR. . 
Daughter of the Law — U. 8-7-21 
Daughter of the Old South— 
PAR. .10-25-18 
Daughter of the Poor — FAT 

3-15-17 

Daughter of the Sea— EQ 

12- 2-15 

Daughter of the Sioux — DAV 

10- 11-25 
Daughter of the West— PAT 

5-19-18 

Daughter of the Wolf— PAR 

1919 

Daughter Pays— SEZ. .. 1 1-28-20 
Daughters of Desire — EXP 

5- 19-29 

Daughters of Pleasure — PRI 

6- 15-24 

Daughters of Today — SEZ 

3- 9-24 

Daughters of Two Fathers — 

SHO.. 3-24-29 
Daughters of the Night — F 

11- 30-24 
Daughters of the Rich— PRE 

6- 24-23 

Daughters Who Pay — BAE 

5-10-25 

David and Jonathan— SEC. 1922 
David Copperfield—AE. 11-11-23 

David Garrick — PAR 1916 

Davy Crockett— PAR.... 4-20-16 
Davy Crockett at the Fall of the 

Alamo — SU 1926 

David Colder (AT-French) — 

PRX.. 10-21-32 

Dawn— COL 6-3-28 

Dawn— PAT 12-17-19 

Dawn of a Tomorrow — PAR 

4- 6-24 

Dawn of Freedom — VIT. 8-17-16 

Dawn of Love— M 10-S-16 

Pawn of Revenge — AY 1922 

Dawn of the East — PAR . 10-9-21 
Dawn of Understanding — VIT 

1918 

Dawn Patro!, The (AT)— FN 

7- 13-30 

Dawnmaker— INC 9-14-16 

Day Break— M 1-10-18 

Daybreak (AT)— MGM 5-31-31 

Day Dreams— G 1-19-19 

Day of a Dog — PAR 

Day of Days— PAR 1914 

Day of Faith— G 12-2-23 

Day She Paid— U 12-14-19 

Day's Pleasure — FN .... 12-21-19 
Daytime Wives— FBO ... .9-2-23 
De Luxe Annie — SCE. .. 5-26-18 

Dead Alive— GAU 2-17-16 

Dead Game— U 4-22-23 

Deadlier Sex— PAT 3-21-20 

Deadline, The (AT)— COL 

1-24-32 

Dead or Alive— ARW 1921 

Dead Line— FBO 8-15-26 

Dead Line— F 5-9-20 

Dead Line— EXI 1919 

Deadline, The (AT)— COL 

1931 

253 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Deadline at Eleven — VIT 

3- 14-20 
Dead Man's Curve — FBO 

11- 20-27 

Dead Men Tell No Tales— VIT 

12- 19-20 

Dead-Shot Baker— VIT. 10-18-17 

Deadwood Coach— F 1-25-25 

Dearie— WA 6-19-27 

Death Dance— SEL 7-21-18 

Death Kiss, The AT)— WW 

1932 

Death of Censorship — NAM 

10- 12-16 

Death Valley— FD 7-31-27 

Debt— PMU 5-3-17 

Debt of Honor— F 4-11-18 

Decameron Nights— Ufa 1928 

Deceiver— ARW 1921 

Deceiver, The (AT)— COL 

11- 29-31 

Deception— PAR 4-24-21 

Deciding Kiss— U 7-14-18 

Declasse— FN 4-S-2S 

Decoy— LED 7-4-16 

Deerslayer — SEZ 1923 

Deemster— ARW 4-19-17 

Deep Purple— REA 5-9-20 

Deep Waters— PAR 1921 

Defenders of the Law (AT) 

— SYN . .5-24-31 
Defend Yourself— ELB .... 1926 
Defying Destiny— SEZ .. 1-13-24 
Delicious (AT) — F ....12-27-31 
Delicious Little Devil— U 

4- 20-19 

Delightful Rogue (AT & S)— 
RKO.. 10-20-29 

Deliverance— LIE 8-24-19 

Demented Hero— FGU 1928 

Demi-Bride— M-G-M ....4-3-27 
Democracy, The Vision Restored 
DEM. .8-29-20 

Demon— M 7 " 2 , 8 ;if 

Demon— U -1926 

Demon of the Steppes — AM 

2-2-30 

Demon Rider— DAV 1925 

Denial— MG 3-22-25 

Denny from Ireland— KRA. 1919 

Denver Dude— U 2-13-27 

Derelict— F S-3-17 

Derelict (AT)— PAR. . 11-23-30 
Der Andere (AT-German)— 

TOB . . 1-17-32 
Der Ball (AT-German)— 

PRX.. 1932 
Der Fall Des Oberst Redl 

(AT-German) — CAP. .8-20-32 
Der Falsche Ehemann (AT- 
German)— UFA. . 10-18-32 
Der Falsche Feldmarschall 

(AT-German)— CAP. .7-2-32 
Der Grosse Tenor (AT- 
German)— UFA. .1932 
Der Herr Burovorstcher (AT- 
German)— CAP .. 1932 
Der Kleine Seitensprung 

(AT-German)— UFA. .1-10-32 
Der Grosse Tenor (AT-Ger- 

man) — UFA. .5-31-31 
Der Hampelmann (AT-Ger- 
man)— TOB . .9-13-31 
Der Raub Der Mona Lisa 

(AT-German) — TOB . .4-3-32 
Der Schrecken Der Garnisbn 

(At-German)— CAP. .6-5-32 
Der Schwarz Husar (AT)— 

BRX— 12-23-32 
Der Stolz Der 3 Kompagnie 

(AT-German)— CAP. .7-22-32 
Der Storch Streikht (AT- 
German) — TOB . . 5-8-32 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Der Tanz Geht Weiter (AT- 

German)— WA.. 1-11-31 
Der Teufelsbruder (AT- 

German)— TRL.. 4-10-32 
Der Tiger Von Berlin (AT- 

German)— UFA. .193 J 
Der Ungetreue Ecke Hart 

(AT-German)— TOB . .1-24-32 
Der Unsterbliche Lump (AT- 
German— UFA. . 1932 
Der Wahre Jakob (AT-Ger- 
man)— TRA. .8-16-3: 
Desert Blossoms— F. . . 12-11-21 

Desert Bride— COL 6-10-28 

Desert Bridegroom— ARW . 1922 

Desert Demon— ARC 1926 

Desert Driven— FBO 6-17-23 

Desert Dust— U 12-25-27 

Desert Flower— FN 6-7-2S 

Desert Gold— PAR 4-4-26 

Desert Gold— HOD. ... 1 1-16-19 

Desert Greed— GOO 1926 

Desert Law— TRI 9-22-18 

Desert Love — F 4-18-20 

Desert Man— TRI 4-19-17 

Desert Nights (S-SE)— M-G-M 
4-14-29 

Desert of the Lost— PAT 

10-14-28 

Desert Outlaw— F 8-31-24 

Desert Pirate— FBO 1927 

Desert Rider— M-G-M 7-7-29 

Desert Scorpion — EM P 1 920 

Desert Sheik— TRU 7-27-24 

Desert Song (AT) — WA. .5-5-29 

Desert Valley— F 1-9-27 

Desert Vengeance (AT)— . 

COL. .3-1-31 
Desert Wooing— PAR. . .6-16-18 
Desert's Crucible— ARW ... 1922 

Desert's Price— F 12-6-25 

Desert's Toll— M-G-M .. 11-21-26 
Deserted at the Altar— GOL 

10-1-22 

Deserter— INC 6-22-16 

Desire— M 9-23-23 

Desire of the Moth— BL 

10-25-17 

Desired Woman— VIT. . .4-11-18 

Desired Woman— W A 9-4-27 

Desperate Adventure— IND. 1924 

Desperate Chance — RA 1926 

Desperate Courage— PAT .1-1-28 

Desperate Game— U 12-6-25 

Desperate Hero — SEZ . . . 6-20-20 
Desperate Moment — STE 

12-26-25 

Desperate Odds — SIE 1926 

Desperate Trails— U 6-26-21 

Desperate Youth — U 5-1-21 

Despoiler— INC 12-30-15 

Destiny — ARC 1922 

Destiny— TRI 8-17-19 

Destiny or Soul of a Woman — 
M.. 9-9-15 

Destiny's Isle— AR 7-9-22 

Destiny's Toy— PAR 6-22-16 

Destroyers— VIT 6-8-16 

Destroying Angel— AE .. .9-2-23 

Destruction— F 12-3015 

Destry Rides Again (AT)— 

U. .1932 

Detectives— M-G-M ...10-23-28 
Determination — LBR ...3-12-22 

Deuce Duncan — TRI 1918 

Deuce High— ARC 1926 

Deuce of Spades— FN. . .5-14-22 

Devil— PAT 1-23-21 

Devil and the Deep (AT) — 

PAR.. 8-4-32 
Devil at His Elbow— M. .8-10-16 

Devil Dancer— UA 12-15-27 

Devil Dodger— TRI 10-4-17 



Devil Dog Dawson— ARW. 1921 

Devil Dogs— CRE 9-2-28 

Devil Horse— PAT 7-18-26 

Devil is Driving (AT) — 

PAR. .12-16-32 

Devil McCare— TRI 1919 

Devil May Care (AT & S)— 
M-G-M.. 12-29-29 
Devil on Deck (AT)— 

WW. .2-28-32 
Devil Plays (AT)— CHE 

12-20-31 

Devil to Pay— PAT 12-5-20 

Devil to Pay (AT)— UA 

12-21-30 

Devil Within— F 11-20-21 

Devil's Apple Tree— TIF. 3-24-29 
Devil's Assistant— POM. 4-12-17 
Devil's Battalion (AT)— RKO 
1930 

Devil's Bondwoman— U 1916 

Devil's Cage— FD 8-26-28 

Devil's Cargo— PAR.... 2-1 5-25 
Devil's Chaplain— RA . . . 5-26-29 
Devil's Circus— M-G-M.. 4-18-26 

Devil's Claim— RC 5-16-20 

Devil's Confession — CIR. 3-13-21 

Devil's Daughter — F 1915 

Devil's Dice— STE 10-31-26 

Devil's Door Yard— ARW .. 1923 
Devil's Double— INC. ...11-9-16 

Devil's Garden— FN 10-31-20 

Devil's Holiday (AT)— PAR 

5- 11-30 

Devil's Island— CHA 8-8-26 

Devil's Lottery (AT)— F . 4-3-32 
Devil's Needle— FAT.... 7-20-16 

Devil's Partner-rIRO 1922 

Devil's Pass Key— U 4-11-20 

Devil's Passion— ARA. . .5-27-28 

Devil's Pawn— PAR 6-18-22 

Devil's Pay Day— BL. .. 1-28-17 

Devil's Pit— U 10-20-29 

Devil's Pit— U 3-16-30 

Devil's Playground — ALA 

6- 23-18 

Devil's Playground (AT)— 

PRIO. .11-12-32 
Devil's Prayer Book— KLE 

1-6-16 

Devil's Prize — VIT 11-2-16 

Devil's Riddle— F 2-29-20 

Devil's Saddle— FN 8-14-27 

Devil's Skipper— TIF 4-22-28 

Devil's Stone— ART 12-20-17 

Devil's Toy— PRW 3-9-16 

Devil's Tower— RA 5-19-29 

Devil's Trade-Mark— FBO 

5-2-28 

Devil's Trail— WO 6-15-19 

Devil's Twin— PAT 1919 

Devil's Twin— PAT .... 1 0- 1 6-27 

Devil's Wheel— F 4-18-18 

Devil With Women, A (AT)— 
F.. 10-19-30 

Devotion — APR 7-5-21 

Devotion (AT)— PAT 10-4-31 

Diamond Carlisle— CC 1922 

Diamond Handcuffs — M-G-M 

1928 

Diamonds Adrift— VIT .... 1921 
Diamonds and Pearls — PBW 

1-3-18 

Diana of the Green Van— HUM 

3- 16-19 

Diana of the Huntress— PLU 

6-29-16 

Diana of Star Hollow — PS 

4- 10-21 

Diane of the Follies— FAT 

9-14-16 

Diary of a Revolutionist 

(AT-Russian)— AM. .6-13-32 
Dice of Destiny— PAT. .12-5-20 

Dice Woman— PDC 6-20-26 

Dick Turpin — F 2-1-25 

Dictator— PAR 7-9-22 

Dictionary of Success — SEZ.... 
Die Blaumenfrau von Lindenau 

254 



(AT-German)— PRX. .7-9-32 
Die Blonde Nachtigall (AT- 
German)— U FA .. 8-23-3 1 
Die Csikos Baroness (AT- 
German)— CAP. .4-3-32 
Die Drei von der Tankstelle 

(AT-German)— UFA 6-21-31 
Die Forsterchristl (AT-Ger- 
man)— CAP. .5-3-31 
Die Grosse Liebe (AT- 
German)— FAF. .2-28-32 
Die Letzte Kompagnie (AT- 
German)— UFA. .8-26-32 
Die Lindenwirten von Rhein 

(AT-German)— ACA .9-27-31 
Die Lustigen Weiber von 
Wien (AT-German)— 

CAP..7-12 ; 31 
Die Lustigen Weiber Von Wien 
(AT-German)— CAP.. 1932 
Die Privatsekretaerin (AT- 
German) — CAP. .6-21-31 
Die 3 Groschenoper (AT- 
German)— WA. . 5-24-31 
Die Grosse Sehnsucht (AT- 
German)— TOB .. 10-11-31 
Die Nacht Dehoert Uns (AT- 
German)— PRX .. 1932 
Die Schlacht Von Bademuende 
(AT-German)— UFA. .11-22-31 
Die Von Rummelplatz (AT- 
German)— CAP .. 1-10-32 
Dienst 1st Dienst (AT- 
German)— NER .. 1932 



Dimples— M 2-24-16 

Dinty— FN 1128-20 

Diplomacy — PAR 9-19-26 

Diplomacy— PAR 3-2-16 

Diplomatic Mission — VIT 

9-29-18 

Dirigible (AT)— COL .4-12-31 
Discard— ES 3-9-16 



Discarded Lovers (AT) — 

TOW. .1-3-32 
Discarded Woman — HAL 

6-27-20 

Discontented Husbands — CBC 

3-9-24 

Discontented Wives— AE. 9-25-21 

Discord— PAT 11-6-27 

Disciple— INC 10-28-15 

Dishonored (AT)— PAR 3-8-31 
Disorderly Condust (AT) — 

F.. 4-10-32 

Disraeli— U A 8-28-21 

Disraeli (AT & S)— WA 

10- 13-29 

Dividend— INC 6-8-16 

Divine Lady (S-SE)— FN 

3-3-29 

Divine Sacrifice— PWO . .2-7-18 

Divine Sinner— R A 9-23-28 

Divine Woman— M-G-M . 1-22-28 

Divorce— FBO 6-10-23 

Divorce— VIT 9-13-17 

Divorce Among Friends (AT) 

—WA.. 4-5-31 
Divorce and the Daughter — PAT 

11- 23-16 

Divorce Coupons— VIT . . . 7-2-22 
Divorce Game— PWO. . .6-28-17 
Divorce in the Family (AT) — 

MGM.. 10-29-32 
Divorce Made Easy (AT & S)— 
PAR.. 1929 
Divorce of Convenience — SEZ 
1921 

Divorce Trap— F 6-1-19 

Divorced— TE 11-4-15 

Divorcee— M 1-26-19 

Divorcee, The (AT)— MGM 

4-20-30 

Dixiana (AT)— RKO. .. .9-7-30 

Dixie Flyer— RA 10-24-26 

Dixie Handicap— MG 1-4-25 

Dixie Merchant— F 3-7-26 

Dizzy Heights and Daring 

Hearts— TRI 1-6-16 

Do and Dare— F 9-24-22 



Do It Now— GOL 2-24-24 

Do Your Duty— FN... 11-11-28 
Docki of Hamburg— UFA 

7-20-30 

Docks of New York— PAR 

9- 23-28 

Docks of San Francisco (AT) 

— MAF.. 1-24-32 
Doctor and the Woman — U 

5-2-18 

Doctor X (AT) — FX. . .7-8-32 
Doctor's Secret (AT)— PAR 

2- 10-29 
Doctors Wives (AT)— F 

4- 26-31 

Doctor's Women— WW 1929 

Dodging a Million — G 2-7-18 

Does It Pay?— F 8-26-23 

Dog Justice— FBO 1928 

Dog Law— FBO 10-14-28 

Dog of the Regiment — WA 

11- 6-27 

Dog's Life — FN 1918 

Doing Their Bit — F 8-4-18 

Doll. The— FFS 1928 

Dollar a Year Man— PAR 

3- 27-21 

Dollar and the Law— VIT 

11- 23-16 

Dollar Devils— HOD. . . . 1-28-23 

Dollar Down— TRU 8-16-25 

Dollar for Dollar— PAT. .4-25-20 

Dollars and Sense— G 6-27-20 

Dollars and the Woman — LUB 

3- 30-16 

Dollars and the Woman — VIT 

5- 30-20 

Doll's House— UA 2-19-22 

Doll's House— BL 6-7-17 

Doll's House— ART 6-2-18 

Dolly Does Her Bit— PAT 

4- 25-18 

Dolly Macht Karriere (AT- 

German)— UFA. .7-26-31 
Dolly's Vacation— PAT . 12-22-18 

Dombey & Son— TRI 1919 

Domestic Meddlers — TIF 

12- 9-28 

Domestic Relations— FN. 6-11-22 
Domestic Troubles (S-SE)— WA 

7- 29-28 

Don Daredevil— U 1925 

Don Desperado — PAT 5-1-27 

Don Juan— WA 8-15-26 

Don Juan's Three Nights — FN 

10- 3-26 

Don Mike— FB O .2-20-27 

Don Q— UA 6-21-25 

Don Quickshot of the Rio 

Grande— U 6-3-23 

Don Quixote — FAT. . . . 12-10-15 

Don X— GOO 1926 

Donovan Affair (AT & S) — 

COL.. 5-5-29 

Don't— M-G-M 2-21-26 

Don't Bet on Women (AT) 

— F. .2-15-31 
Don't Blame Your Children — 

FBO.. 1922 
Don't Call It Love— PAR 

12- 30-23 
Don't Call Me Little Girl— 

REA. .6-26-21 
Don't Change Your Husband — 

ART. .1-26-19 
Don't Doubt Your Husband — 
MG. . 5-25-24 
Don't Doubt Your Wife — ART 

5- 28-22 

Don't Ever Marry— FN . .4-25-20 
Don't Get Personal— U. .. 1-8-22 
Don't Leave Your Husband — 
FED.. 4-24-21 

Don't Marry— F 5-27-28 

Don't Marry for Money— WEB 

8- 26-23 

Don't Neglect Your Wife — G 

7-31-21 

Don't Shoot— U 8-20-22 



Don't Tell Everything— PAR 

12-18-21 

Don't Tell the Wife— W A. 2-6-27 
Don't Write Letters — M . 4-30-22 

Doomed Battalion (AT)— U 

1932 

Doomsday — PAR 4-8-28 

Door Between— BL 1917 

Door That Has No Key— ALL 
1922 

Doorsteps— MT 7-27-16 

Doorway to Hell (AT)— WA 
11-2-30 

Dorian's Divorce — M ...6-15-16 
Dormant Power— POW. 10-26-17 
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 
UA.. 5-25-24 
Double Cross Roads (AT) — 

F. .4-27-30 

Double Crossed— PAR... 9-27-17 

Double Daring— ARC 1926 

Double Dealing— U 5-27-23 

Double Dyed Deceiver — G 

6-20-20 

Double Fisted— RA 1926 

Double O— ARW 1923 

Double Room Mystery— RED 

1-11-17 

Double Speed— PAR 2-8-20 

Double Stakes— PSR 1922 

Double Standard— U 8-2-17 

Doubling for Romeo — G 

10-30-21 
Dough Boys (AT)— MGM 

9- 21-30 

Dove— UA 1-8-28 

Down by the Rio Grande— GOL 
6-22-24 

Down Grade— LUM 8-21-27 

Down Home— HOD 10-24-20 

Down on the Farm — U A.. 5-2-20 

Down the Stretch— U 4-10-27 

Down Upon the Suwanee River 
_ LBR..1925 
Down to the Sea in Ships — 

HOD.. 2-18-23 
Down to Earth— ART... 8-16-17 
Down to Earth (AT)— F 

9-2-32 

Downhill— WW 1928 

Downstairs (AT)— MGM 

10- 10-32 
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 

(AT)— PAR. . 1-3-32 

Draft 258— M 2-7-18 

Dragnet Patrol (AT)— ACT 

1931 

Dracula (AT)— U 2-15-31 

Dreyfus Case (AT)— COL 

8- 30-31 

Drag (AT & S)— FN. . .6-30-29 

Drag Harlan— FN 10-24-20 

Drag Net— PAR 6-10-28 

Dragnet Patrol (AT)— MAF 

1-3-32 

Dragon— EQW 1-13-1* 

Dragon Painter— RC. . .10-12-19 
Drake Case (AT & S)— U 

9- 22-29 

Dream Cheater— HOD. .3-21-20 

Dream Doll— KES 1917 

Dream Girl— PAR 7-27-16 

Dream Lady — U 7-28-18 

Dream Melody— EXP... .3-10-29 
Dream of Love — M-G-M 

12-30-28 

Dream Street— UA 4-17-21 

Dreaded Bandit— CIN ... .4-1-28 

Dress Parade— PAT 10-30-27 

Dressed to Kill — F 3-18-28 

Dressmaker from Paris — PAR 

3-22-25 

Drifter— GAU 2-3-16 

Drifter— RKO 1929 

Drifter, The (AT)— KET 

1-10-32 

Drifters— BI 7-6-30 

Drifters— HOD 12-29-18 

Driftin' Sands— FBO 1928 

255 



13,262 TITLES 



Driftin' Thru— PAT 2-21-26 

Drifting— U 8-26-23 

Drifting Souls (AT)— TOW 

8-9-32 

Driftwood— COL 11-25-28 

Driftwood— OCE 3-23-16 

Dr. Jack— PAT 12-31-22 

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde — PAR 
4-3-20 

Dr. Jim— U 11-20-21 

Dr. Neighbor— U 

Driven— U 11-26-22 

Driven from Home — CHA 

2- 6-27 

Drivin' Fool— HOD 9-2-23 

Drop Kick— FN 9-18-27 

Drug Store Cowboy— IND. 1925 

Drugged Waters— U 1916 

Drums of Fate — PAR. . .1-21-21 
Drums of Jeopardy — TRU 

3- 9-24 

Drums of Jeopardy (AT) — 

TIF.. 3-8-31 

Drums of Love— UA 2-5-28 

Drums of the Desert — PAR 

8-21-27 

Drunter Und Drueber (AT- 

German)— UNG. .12-23-32 
Drusilla With a Million— FBO 
6-7-25 

Dry Martini (S-SE) — F 

11-11-28 

Dub— PAR 1-19-19 

DuBarry, Woman of Passion 

(AT) — UA. .11-2-30 

Duchess of Buffalo— FN .8-22-26 

Duchess of Doubt — M 6-7-17 

Ducks and Drakes— REA. 4-3-21 

Dude Cowboy — FBO 1926 

Dude Wrangler (AT) — WW 

5-25-30 
Dude Ranch (AT)— PAR 

4-26-31 

Duds— G 3-21-20 

Dugan of the Bad Lands 

(AT)— MOP. .8-2-31 
Dugan of the Dugouts— CRE 

8-5-28 

Duke of Chimney Butte — FED 
1-20-21 

Duke of Reichstadt— BRO. .1928 
Duke Steps Out (PT & S)— 
M-G-M.. 4-21-29 
Dulcie's Adventure — AMU 

10-5-16 

Dulcy— FN 9-23-23 

Dumb Girl of Portici— U 

4-13-16 

Dumbbells in Ermine (AT) — 
WA.. 7-27-30 

Dummy— PAR 3-22-17 

Dummy (AT)— PAR. .. .3-10-29 

Dupe— PAR 7-13-16 

Durand of the Bad Lands — F 

8-30-17 

Durand of the Bad Lands — F 



10-25-25 

Dusk to Dawn— AE 9-3-22 

Dust Flower— G 7-9-22 

Dust of Desire— WO 7-13-19 

Dust of Egypt— VIT.. 10-28-15 

Duty First— SAN 1923 

Duty's Reward— ELB . . . 4-24-27 

Du Barry— F 1917 

Dwelling Place of Light— HOD 
9-12-20 

Dynamite (AT)— PAT 1929 

Dynamite Allan— F 2-27-21 

Dynamite Dan— SU 1924 



Dynamite Denny (AT) — 

MAF. .7-8-32 
Dynamite Ranch (AT)— WW 

12-22-32 

Dynamite Smith— PAT. . .9-7-24 



1 3,262 TITLES 



— E— 

Each Pearl a Tear— PAR 

9-7-16 

Each to His Kind— PAR 

2- 8-17 

Eager Lips— FD 8-21-27 

Eagle of the Sea— PAR . 1 1-21-26 

Eagle— UA 11-22-25 

Eagle — BL 6-16-18 

Eagle of the Caucasus (S) — 
AM. .9-27-32 

Eagle's Feather— M 9-30-23 

Eagle's Nest— VIT 

Eagle's Mate— PAR 1913 

Eagle's Wings— BL 11-30-16 

Earl of Pawtucket — U 

Early Bird — EC 12-21-24 

Early to Wed— F 5-16-26 

.Earth Woman— AE 4-18-26 

Earthbound— G 8-15-20 

Easiest Way (AT)— MGM 

3- 1-31 

East is West (AT) — U. 11-2-30 

East is West— FN 9-3-22 

East is West— MT 11-9-16 

East of Borneo (AT)— U 

8-23-31 

East of Broadway— AE. 11-16-24 
East of Shanghai (AT) — 

POP.. 3-27-32 

East of Suez— PAR 1-11-25 

East Side Sadie— WAD. .6-2-29 
East Side. West Side— F 

10-30-27 

East Side, West Side— PRI 

4- 15-23 

East Lynne— F 6-22-16 

East Lynne— F 11-1-25 

East Lynne— HOD 3-13-21 

East Lynne— TAR 1921 

East Lynne (AT)— F. .2-22-31 
Easy Come, Easy Go— PAR 

5- 13-28 

Easy Going— ARC 1926 

Easy Going Gordon — GER 

10-11-25 

Easy Money— PWO 11-29-17 

Easy Money— RA 5-24-25 

Easy Pickings— FN ....2-27-27 

Easy Road— PAR 2-27-21 

Easy to Get— PAR 2-29-20 

Easy to Make Money — M..1919 

Easy Virtue— WW 1928 

Easiest Way— SEZ 5-17-17 

Eastward Ho— F 11-23-19 

Ebb Tide— PAR 11-26-22 

Echo of a Dream (AT-Ger- 

man)—GLF.. 12-7-30 
Echo of Youth— GRA... 2-2-19 
Eden and Return— FBO 

12-25-21 
Edge of the Abyss— TRI 

12-9-15 

Edge of the Law— U 1917 

Edge of the World— Ufa. . 1928 
Edge of Youth— GAU.. 10-9-21 
Education of Elizabeth— PAR 
1921 

Efficiency Edgar's Courtship — 
ES.. 9-13-17 
Egg-Crate Wallop— PAR 

10-12-19 

"813"— RC 1-23-21 

Ein Ausgekochter Junge 

( AT-German)— CAP. . 5-8-32 
Ein Burschenlied Aus Hei- 
delberg (AT-German)— 

UFA. .9-20-31 
Ein Prinz Verliebt Sich (AT- 
German)— CAP .. 5-1-32 
Ein Walzer Von Strauss 

(AT-German) — BEX. .2-14-32 



Eine Freudin So Goldig Wie 
Du (AT-German) — TOB 

10-25-31 

El Hombre Que Assesino (AT- 
Spanish)— PAR.. 1932 
Elephants on His Hands.. PS 

1921 

Eleven Who Were Loyal— Ufa 

5- 26-29 

Eleventh Commandment — ADV 

6- 16-18 

Eleventh Hour— F 7-29-23 

Elisabeth Von Oesterreich 
(AT-German)— TOB 12-13-31 

Ella Cinders— FN 6-13-26 

Elope If You Must— F. .3-19-22 

Elusive Isabel— BL 5-4-16 

Embarrassing Moments (AT) — 
U..6-1S-30 
Embarrassing Moments — U.1929 
Embarrassment of Riches — 

HOD. .9-29-18 

Embers — AMU 3-2-16 

Emil Und Die Detektive (AT- 
German)— UFA.. 12-20-31 
Emma (AT)— MGM ...1-3-32 
Emmy of Stork's xNest — M 

10-21-15 
Empire of Diamonds— PAT 

12-19-20 

Empress— PAT 3-1-17 

Empty Arms — PHL 1920 

Empty Cab— U 7-7-18 

Empty Hands— PAR ...8-24-24 

Empty Hearts— BAE 1924 

Empty Pockets— FN 1918 

Enchanted Barn— VIT ... 1-19-19 
Enchanted Cottage— FN . 4-20-24 
Enchanted Hill— PAR . . . 1-10-26 
Enchanted Island— TIF .. 6-19-27 

Enchantment — PAR 11-6-21 

End of St. Petersburg— HAM 
6-10-28 

End of the Game — PAT 

3-23-19 

End of the Rainbow— BL 

10-26-16 
End of the Road— PHF 

10- 12-19 

End of the Rope— AY. . .7-29-23 

End of the Tour— M .. .2-15-17 
End of the Trail — F 8-10-16 

End of the World— GRN 

6-1-16 

End of the World— APD. . 1924 

Enemy — VIT 12-14-16 

Enemy— M-G-M 1-1-28 

Enemy of Men— COL. . 1-10-26 

Enemy Sex — PAR 7-6-24 

Enemy to Society — M . . 10-14-15 
Enemy to the King — VIT 

11- 2.3-16 

Enemies of Children — MAM 

12- 16-23 

Enemies of the Law (AT) — 

REG.. 7-12-31 
Enemies of Women— G. .4-8-23 
Enemies of Youth — MOE 

6-28-25 

Enlighten Thy Daughter— IV 
2-8-17 

Enter Madame— M 11-5-22 

Enticement— FN 2-1-25 

Environment — AMU ....5-10-17 

Environment— PRI 12-24-22 

FJnvy— TRI 1-25-17 

Ermine and Rhinestones — JA 

8-15-26 

Erstwhile Susan — REA ..12-7-19 
Escapade (AT)— INV. .. 5-29-32 
Escape (AT) — RKO .... 1 1-2-30 

Escape,— F 5-13-28 

Escape— U 4-4-26 

Escaped from Dartmoor — BI 

4-20-30 
Escaped from Hell — AEP 

2-3-29 

Esmeralda— PAR 9-16-15 

2S6 



Eternal City— FN ....11-11-23 

Eternal City— PAR 1924 

Eternal Flame— FN ...9-24-22 
Eternal Fools (AT- Yiddish)— 
JUD..1930 
Eternal Grind— PAR ...4-13-16 

Eternal Love— U 5-3-17 

Eternal Love (S-SE)— UA 

5-19-29 

Eternai Magdalepe — G . . 5-25-19 
Eternal Mother— UM ....1920 

Eternal Mother— M 12-6-17 

Eternal Prayer — COH ...1929 
Eternal Question — M ..7-20-16 
Eternal Sappho — F ...5-11-16 

Eternal Sin— SEZ 3-22-17 

Eternal Struggle — M ..9-16-23 
Eternal Temptress — PAR 

12-13-17 

Eternal Three — G 10-7-23 

Eternal Woman— COL ..4-7-29 
Eva and the Grasshopper — 

UFA.. 12-2-28 

Evangeline — F 8-24-19 

Evangeline (PT & S)— UA 

8-14-29 

Eve in Exile— PAT 12-14-19 

Even as Ever— FN 1920 

Even As You and I— U.. 4-5-17 
Even Break, An— TRI. . .8-9-17 
Evenings for Sale (AT) — 

PAR.. 11-12-32 
Ever Since Eve— F .... 7-3 1 -2 1 
Everlasting Whisper — F 

10- 25-25 

Every Girl's Dream — F.. 9-13-17 
Every Man's Price— SR. .. 1921 
Every Man's Wife — F. .5-31-25 
Every Mother's Son— F. . 1-5-19 
Every Woman's Problem — 

PLY. .3-27-21 
Everybody's Acting — PAR 

11- 14-26 
Everybody's Business— WH 

1919 

Everybody's Girl— VIT. 11-17-18 

Everybody's Sweetheart — SEZ 

10-24-20 

Every woman — PAR ...12-21-19 
Everywoman's Husband — TRI 

7-7-18 

Everything But the Truth— U 
5-16-20 

Everything for Sale — REA 

10-2-21 

Everything's Rosie (AT)— 

RKO.. 5-24-31 



Eve's Daughter— PAR 
Eve's Leaves— PDC . 
Eve's Lover— WA . . 
Eve's Secret— PAR .. 

Evidence— SEZ 

Evidence— SWO 



3-21-18 
..5-30-26 
...8-2-25 
. .6-21-25 
..6-18-22 
..9-23-15 



Evidence— TRI 1-17-18 

Evidence (AT & S)-WA 



10-6-29 
.1-11-17 
.6-29-16 
.9-14-16 
.7-19-25 



Evil Eye— PAR ... 
Evil Thereof— PAR 
Evil Women Do — BL 

Evolution — SEA 

Evolution of Man— AY.... 192 
Exalted Flapper (S-SE)— F 

8- 11-29 

Ex-Bad Boy (AT)— U. 9-27-31 
Excess Baggage — M-G-M 

9- 30-28 
Exchange of Wives — MG 

10-18-25 

Exciters— PAR 6-10-23 

lExcitement— U 4-13-24 

Exclusive Rights— PRE. 1-23-27 

Excuse Me— MG 8-2-25 

Excuse Me— PAT 1-6-16 

Excuse My Dust— PAR. .3-28-20 
Ex-Flame(AT) — LIB ....1930 
Ex-Flame (AT)— TIF. .1-25-31 

Exile — ART 11-22-17 

Exiles — F 1923 




MAN POWER 



SIDNEY R. KENT 




if \ 



WINFIELD SHEEHAN JESSB L. LASKY 





A. L. ROCKETT SOL M. WURTZEL 




CLARK HERMAN WOBBER 



Manpower . . . keystone of leader- 
ship . . . kernel of organization. 
In every FOX department tried- 



and-true blood, young-and-new 
blood . . . happy combination of 
stability and initiative. 




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BOX OFFICE POWER 




STATE FAIR 




The FOX Cavalcade of Hits . . . 
box office inspirations . . . daring 
in treatment, novel in story, bril- 



liant in cast and direction ... in 
every way worthy of the two FOX 
lead-off smashes of 1933. 



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Exit Smiling — M-G-M. .11-14-26 
Exit the Vamp— PAR ...2-5-22 
Expensive Women (AT) — 

FN. .11-15-31 

Experience — PAR 8-14-21 

Experimental Marriage — SE 

3-30-19 
Expert, The (AT)— WA 

2-28-32 

Exploits of a German Submarine 

CBP.. 1-11-20 

Explorer— EDK 9-23-15 

Explorers of the World (AT) 

— RAS. .9-6-31 
Exposed (AT)— EAG... 9-24-32 
Exposure (AT) — CAP. .8-20-32 
Express 13 (AT-German) — 

UFA . .8-9-31 
Exquisite Sinner — M-G-M .1926 

Exouisite Thief— U 1910 

Extravagance — M 3-6-21 

Extravagance — M 11-16-16 

Extra. Extra— F 2-19-22 

Extra Girl— AE 1-27-24 

Extravagance (AT)— TIF 

12-7-30 

Eye for Eye — M 12-29-18 

Eye of Envy— HAD ...8-30-17 

lEye of God— BL 5-25-16 

Eye of the Night— INC. 7-13-16 
Eyes of the World (AT)— 

UA. .8-17-30 
Eyes of Julia Deep — PAT 

Eyes of Mystery— M ..1-24-18 
Eyes of the Desert— SIE. .1926 

Eyes of the Forest— F 1924 

Eyes of the Heart — REA 

11-7-20 

Eyes of the Mummy — PAR 

1922 

Eyes of the Soul— ART. .4-27-19 
Eyes of the Totem — PAT 

5-15-27 

Eyes of the Underworld — U 

1929 

Eyes of the World— CLU 

7-7-18 

Eyes of Truth— G 1921 

Eyes of Youth— EQU. . 1 1-16-19 
Eyes Right — GOO 1926 

— F— 

Fabiola— MAR 10-31-20 

Face at Your Window— F 

11- 14-20 

Face Between — M 5-28-22 

Face in the Dark— G. .4-25-18 
Face in the Fog — PAR. .10-15-22 
Face of the World— HOD 

7-24-21 

Face on the Barroom Floor 

, (AT)— INV.. 10-14-32 
Face on the Barroom Floor — 
F.. 1-7-23 

Face to Face— AE 10-1-22 

Face Value— BL 1-3-18 

Face Value — STE 1927 

Faces of Children— ZA K 

12- 30-28 

Faded Flame — IV 8-17-16 

Faded Butterfly— SEZ 

Fagasa— FD 1928 

Faint Perfume — SCH 1925 

Fair and Warmer— M .. 10-19-19 
Fair Barbarian — PAR ..12-27-17 

Fair Cheat— FBO 9-30-23 

Fair Co-Ed.— M-G-M ..10-30-27 
Fair Enough— PAT ...12-22-18 

Fair Lady— UA 3-26-22 

Fair Play— ST 8-2-25 

Fair Pretender— G 5-26-18 

Fair Warning (AT)— F. . . 1930 
Fair Warning (AT)— F. 2-8-31 

Fair Week— PAR 1924 

Faith— F 2-8-20 

Faith— M 2-9-19 

Faith Endurin'— TRI ..4-18-18 



Faith Healer— PAR ....3-20-21 
Faith of the Strong— SEZ 

9-21-19 

Faithless (AT)— MGM . 11-19-32 
Faithless Lover— KRE ..3-11-28 

Faithless Sex— SIG 1922 

Faker — COL 3-10-29 

Fakir— PS 

Fall of a Nation— NF. .6-15-16 
Fall of Babylon— GRI. .7-27-19 
Fall of Eve (AT)— COL 

6-23-29 

Fall of the Romanoffs— WOO 

10- 11-17 

Fallen Angel— F 7-28-18 

Fatten Iilnl — F 10-26-19 

Fall Guy (AT)— RKO 

5-25-30 

False Alarm— COL ...11-28-26 
False Ambitions— TRI ..7-21-18 
False Brands— PSR ...3-12-22 

False Code— PAT 1920 

False Colors— PAR 1914 

False Evidence— M 1919 

False Faces— PAR 2-23-19 

False Faces (AT) — WW 

11-3-32 

False Feathers— ELD 1929 

False Friend— PBW ...6-14-17 

False Friends— GOO 1926 

False Fronts — AR 6-11-22 

False God— PAT 10-5-19 

False Kisses— U 1922 

False Madonna (AT)— PAR 

2-7-32 

False Road— PAR 5-16-20 

False Trail — PS 1924 

False Uniforms (S-SE)— 

AM. .11-23-32 

False Women— AYC 1921 

Fame and Fortune — F ..8-25-18 
Famous Ferguson Case (AT) — 
FN. .4-24-32 
Famous Mrs. Fair — -M.. 3-1 1-23 

Family Closet— AE 9-25-21 

Family Cupboard— WO. 10-14-15 

Family Honor— FN 5-2-20 

Family Honor— PBW ..4-12-17 

Family Secret— U 6-8-24 

Family Skeleton— INC ..3-21-18 

Family Stain— F 1915 

Family Tree— M 1919 

Family Upstairs — F 7-25-26 

Fanatics— TRI 1917 

Fancy Baggage (PT & S)— 
WA. .3-17-29 

Fan Fan— F 11-24-18 

Fangs of Destiny— U ..12-17-27 
Fangs of Fate — PAT .... 6-24-28 
Fangs of Tustice — BIS .2-6-27 
Fangs of the Wild— FBO 

1-15-28 

Fangs of the Wolf— ARC. .1924 

Fanny Foley Herself (AT)— 

RKO. .10-25-31 
Fanny Hawthorne — EXP 

11- 17-29 

Far Call (S-SE) — F. . .6-16-29 

Far Cry— FN 2-28-26 

Far From the Madding Crowd — 
MT. .6-29-16 
Far Western Trails— A I ... 1929 
Farmer's Daughter — F.. 11-11-28 
Farmer's Wife, The— UED 

1-12-30 

Farewell to Arms (AT)— 

PAR.. 12-10-32 
Fargo Express (AT)— WW 

1932 

Fashionable Fakirs— FBO .1923 

Fashions in Love (AT & S)— 

PAR.. 7-7-29 
Fashion Madness— COL. 2-26-28 

Fashion Row— M 12-2-2J 

Fashions for Women— PAR 

4-10-27 

Fast and Fearless— ARC 

10-12-24 

Fast and Furious; — U ..7-10-27 

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Fast and Loose (AT> — 

PAR.. 11-30-30 

Fast Companions (AT) — U 

1932 

Fast Company— BL ...3-28-18 
Fast Company (AT & S)— 

PAR. .10-6-29 

Fast Freight— RA 1926 

Fast Lift (AT)— MGM. 12-24-32 
Fast Life (AT & S)— FN 

10- 27-29 

Fast Mail— F 7-9-22 

Fast Set— PAR 11-23-24 

Fast Worker— U 9-28-24 

Fascinating Youth— PAR. 3-7-26 

Fascination— M 4-23-22 

Fascination (AT)— POP . 4-10-32 

Fatal Card— PAR 10-7-15 

Fatal Hour— M 10-31-20 

Fatal Plunge — ARC 1924 

Fatal 30— PAC 1927 

Fate of a Flirt— COL ..1926 

Fated Hour— CIE 4-19-17 

Fate's Boomerang— WO. 5-25-16 
Father and the Boys — U..1915 
Father and Son— MT ..7-27-16 
Father and Son (PT & S)— 
COL — 6-9-29 

Father Tom— AP 1922 

Fathers of Men— VIT ..7-13-16 
Father's Son (AT)— FN 

11- 16-30 
Father's Son (AT)— FN 

11- 16-30 

Fatherhood— U 1915 

Fatty & Broadway Stars— TRI 

12- 16-15 

Fatty and Mabel Adrift— TRI 
2-3-16 

Favor to a Friend— M ... 1919 

Favorite Fool— TRI 10-7-15 

Faust— M-G-M 12-12-26 

Fazil (S-SE)— F 5-10-28 

Fear Bound— VIT 1925 

Fear Fighter— RA 10-11-25 

Fear Market— REA ...1-11-20 

Fear Not— BUT 11-29-17 

Fear of Poverty— PAT. .9-7-16 

Fear Women— G 7-13-19 

Fearless Lover— PFT 8-2-25 

Fearless Rider— U 1-29-28 

Feast of Life — WO 5-4-16 

Feather, The (S-SE) — UA. 1929 

Feathertop — GAU 4-20-16 

Fedora— PAR 7-28-18 

Feet First (AT)— PAR 

11-2-30 

Feel Mv Pulse — PAR. .3-4-28 

Feet of Clay— RAL 1917 

Feet ol ( lay— PAR 9-28-20 

Felix O'Day— PAT 9-12-20 

Female— PAR 9-7-24 

Female of the Species— INC 

12-21-16 

Fettered Woman — TRI . . 11-8-17 

Feud Girl— PAR 5-18-16 

Feud — JK MM 

Feud Woman— PIZ 1928 

Feud Woman— SIE 1926 

Fibbers— ES 10-18-17 

Fickle Woman— SCW ..8-15-20 

Fidelity— AY 1922 

Fidlovacka ( AT-Czechoslo- 

vakian)— DRK. . 7-5-31 

Field of Honor— U 6-21-17 

Fields of Honor— G 1-24-18 

Fifth Avenue— PDC ...2-28-26 
Fifth Avenue Models— U 

1-18-25 

Fifty Candles— HOD ...1-8-22 
Fifty Fathoms Deep (AT) — 

COL.. 8-16-31 
Fifty-Fifty— FAT 10-19-16 



Fifty- Fifty — AE 8-2-25 

Fifty-Fiftv Girl— PAR ..5-20-28 
Fifty Million Frenchmen (AT) 
-WA.. 3-29-31 
$50,000 Reward — ELF ....1924 

Fig Leaves— F 7-11-26 

Figaro — FF 12-1-29 

Fight for Honor— PFT.... 1924 

Fight fof Love— U 3-9-19 

Fieht for Matterhorn — UED 

8-4-29 

Fight to a Finish — COL. . 1926 

Fighter— SEZ 8-21-21 

Fighting American — U ..6-1-24 
Fiehting Back— TRI ...11-1-17 
Fighting Blade — FN ...10-21-23 

Fighting Blood— F 3-2-16 

Fighting Bob— M 1915 

Fighting Boob— FBO ..5-2-26 
Fighting Breed— AY ..8-14-21 
Fighting Buckaroo — F ..4-25-26 
Fighting Caravans (AT) — 

Fighting Champ, The (AT)— 

MOP.. 12-10-32 
Fighting Chance— PAR. .7-25-20 
Fighting Cheat— ARC ...1926 
Fighting Colleen— VIT. 11-16-19 
Fighting Comeback — PAT 

4-17-27 

Fighting Courage — DAV .7-5-25 

Fighting Coward — PAR. .3-23-24 
Fighting Cressy— PAT. . 12-14-19 
Fighting Cub— TRU ....8-9-25 
Fiehting Demon— FBO .. 5-24-25 
Fighting Destiny— VIT .3-30-19 
Fighting Eagle— PAT ..8-28-17 

Fighting Edge — WA 1926 

Fiehting Failure— HPI.. 2-13-27 
Fighting Fate — RA ...1-17-26 
Fighting Fool, The (AT)— 

COL. .3-27-32 

Fighting for Gold— F 1919 

Fighting for Love — RED 

1-11-17 

Fighting for the Fatherland — 
WW.. 9-1-29 

Fighting Fury— U 7-27-24 

Fighting Gentleman, The 

(AT)— FRE.. 10-4-32 

Fighting Gob— AY 1926 

Fighting Grin— BL 1-17-18 

Fighting Gringo— U 1917 

Fighting Guide— VIT ....1922 

Fighting He«rt— F 10-4-25 

Fighting Hombre— FBO ..1927 
Fighting Legion (PT)— U 

3-16-30 

Fighting Love— PDC ..5-29-27 

Fighting Lover— U 1921 

Fightin Luck — RA 1926 

Fightin' Mad— M ....10-30-21 

Fighting Mad— U 1917 

Fighting Mad (AT)— TIF 1931 
Fiehting Marine— PAT ..1926 
Fighting Marshall, The 

(AT)— COL.. 2-28-32 

Fighting Odds— G 10-4-17 

Fighting Peacemaker — TJ . . . 1926 
Fightin' Redhead— FBO.11-11-28 
Fighting Roosevelts— FN 1-26-19 

Fighting Sap — FBO 1924 

Fighting Shepherdess— FN 

4-3-20 

Fighting Sheriff — IND ..5-17-25 
Fighting Sheriff (AT) — 

COL.. 6-28-31 
Fighting Stallion — GOO ..1926 
Fighting Stranger — CAN ..1921 
Fighting Streak — F ...4-30-22 
Fighting Terror— SYN ..12-8-29 
Fighting the Flames— COL 

8-23-25 

Fighting the White Slave 

Traffic (PT)— BER. .1939 
Fighting Through— HOD 

1-19-19 

Fighting Thorobreds — R A . . 1926 
Fighting Three — U 5-1-27 



Fighting Tylers— PAT ...1924 

Figurehead— SEZ 6-20-20 

Figures Don't Lie— PAR 

1-15-28 

File 113 (AT)— HOL.. 2-21-32 
Filling His Own Shoes— ES 

6- 21-17 

Filming of the Golden Eagle — 

Unknown. .1929 
Final Closeup— PAR ...6-1-19 

Final Curtain— KLE 2-10-16 

Final Edition, The (AT) — 

COL.. 2-28-32 
Final Extra— LUM ...2-20-27 
Final Tudgment — M ..10-28-15 

Final Payment — F 6-14-17 

Find the Woman — VTT. .6-9-18 
Find the Woman— PAR. .5-28-22 
Find Your Man — WA. .9-28-24 

Finders Keepers— PI 1921 

Finders Keepers— U ...3-11-28 
Fine Clothes— FN .... 8-1 6-2S 

Fine Feathers— M 6-19-21 

Fine Manners— PAR ...9-5-26 
Finger of Tustice— ARW ..1919 
Finger Points (AT)— FN 

3-29-31 

Finger Prints — HYP .... 1923 

Finger Prints— WA 1-16-27 

Finn and Hattie (AT)— 

PAR.. 2-1-31 

Finnegan's Ball — FD 1928 

Fire and Steel— ELB .. 5-29-27 
Fire Brigade — M-G-M ..1-2-27 

Fire Cat— U 2-20-21 

Firebrand Jordan (AT) — BIF 

8-3-30 

Fire Bride— FBO 1922 

Fire Eater— U 12-25-21 

Fire Flingers— U 4-6-19 

Fire Patrol — CHA 5-25-24 

Firebrand— F 6-9-18 

Firebrand— GOL 1923 

Firebrand Trevison — F ..7-18-20 
Firefly of France — PAR.. 7-14-18 
Firefly of Tough Luck— TRI 
10-18-17 

Fireman — MT 6-8-16 

Fireman Save My Child 

(AT)— FN.. 2-21-32 
Fireman, Save My Child — 

PAR. .10-16-27 
Fires of Fate— PAR. . .5-11-19 
Fires of Conscience — F...1916 
Fires of Rebellion— BL. .7-5-17 

Fires of Youth— FN 1920 

Fires of Youth (AT)— U. 1931 
Fires of Youth — PAT. .5-31-17 
Firing Line— PAR ....7-13-19 
Firm of Girdlestone — VIT 

10-19-16 

First Aid (AT)— WW.. 7-12-31 

First Auto— WA 8-14-27 

First Born— RC 2-6-21 

First Degree— U 1923 

First Kiss— PAR 8-26-28 

First Law— PAT 7-21-18 

First Love— PAR 12-25-21 

First Night — TIF 3-6-27 

First Unit Programme — IFC 

5-11-19 

First Woman— FBO.... 4-23-22 

First Year— F 1-10-26 

First Year (AT)— F. .. .8-4-32 
Fisherman of Posillipo (S-SE) — 
ARB . .11-25-28 

Fit to Win— USP 4-13-19 

Five and Ten (AT)— MGM 

7- 12-31 

Five and Ten-Cent Annie 

(S-SE) — WA ..9-16-28 
Five Days to Live — FBO 

1-15-22 

Five Dollar Baby— M 6-4-22 

Five Dollar Plate— PS 

Five Faults of Flo— MT 

1-13-16 

Five Star Final (AT)— FN 

9-13-31 

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1 3,262 TITLES 



Five Thousand an Hour — M 

12-1-18 

Five Year Plan— AM .... 6-7-31 

$5,000 Reward— BL 5-12-18 

Fixed bv George— U... 10-31-20 

Flame— STL 2-6-21 

Flame of Desire — F 1925 

Flame of Hellgate— R-C. . . 1920 

Flame of Lite— U 1-14-23 

Flame of Love (AT)— BI 

11- 2-30 

K'»!vne of Passions — TER 

10- 21-15 

Flame of Passion— IND. .1-14-23 
Flame of Youth— F. .. 12-12-20 
Flame of Youth— U. .. .6-28-17 
Flame of the Argentine — 

FBO.. 8-15-26 
Flame of the Desert — G 

11-9-19 

Flame of the Yukon— TRI 

7-19-17 

Flame of the Yukon— PDC 

7- 11-26 

Flames— AE 8-29-26 

Flames (AT)— MOP. .. .8-26-32 
Flames of Chance— TRI 

1-17-18 

Flames of Johannes — LUB 

4-20-16 
Flames of the Flesh— F 

12- 28-19 
Flames on the Volga — AM 

1929 

Flaming Barriers— PAR . . 2-3-24 
Flaming Clue— VIT ...4-18-20 
Ffeming Forest — M-G-M 

11- 28-26 

Flaming Forties— PDC . . 2-25-25 
Flaming Frontier — U ...4-11-26 

Flaming Fury— FBO 1926 

Flaming Guns (AT)— U. ..1932 

Flaming Hour— U 12-31-22 

Flaming Omen — VIT ..11-1-17 

Flaming Sword— M 1915 

Flaming Waters— FBO .1-31-26 
Flaming Youth— FN ..11-18-23 

Flapper— SEZ 5-23-20 

Flapper Wives— SEZ . . 5-4-24 
Flare-Up Sal— PAR ....2-14-18 
Flash of an Emerald— WO 

10-21-15 

Flash of Fate— U 2-28-19 

Flash of the Forest— PIZ. . 1928 

Flashing Fangs— FBO ...1926 
Flashing Spurs— FBO ..1-11-25 

Flashlight— BL 5-10-17 

Flattery — CHA 10-26-24 

Fleet's In— PAR 10-7-28 

Fleet wing — F 7-8-23 

Flesh (AT)— MGM.... 12-10-32 
Flesh and Blood— CUM .. 8-27-22 
Flesh and the Devil— M-G-M 

1-16-27 

Flesh and Spirit— LBR. .. 1922 
Flight (AT)— COL ...9-22-29 
Flight of the Duchess— MT 

3-9-16 

Flirt— U 12-31-22 

Flirt — BT 4-6-16 

Flirting Widow, The (AT)— 

FN. .8-3-30 

Flirting With Death— BL.. 1917 
Flirting With Fate— FAT 

6-29-16 

Flirting With Love— FN 

8- 24-24 

Floating College— TIF ...1928 

Flood (AT)— COL 5-3-31 

Floodgates— LOW 3-2-24 

Floor Below — G 3-14-18 

Floorwalker— MT 5-11-16 

Florida Enchantment — VIT 



riorodora Girl, The (AT)— 

MGM . .6-1-30 

Flowing Gold— FN ....3-16-24 
Flower of Doom— RED. .4-12-17 
Flower of Faith — SGE. .9-21-16 
Flower of Night — PAR 

10-25-25 
Flower of No Man's Land — 

M. .7-6-16 

Flower of the Dusk — M. .9-1-18 
Flower of the North— VIT 

1- 22-22 

Fly God— TRI 6-20-18 

Flying Buckaroo— PAT. 11-11-28 

Flying Colors— TRI ...9-13-17 

Flying Cow— U 1928 

Flying Dutchman— FBO. 7-29-23 

Flying Fleet (S-SE) — M-G-M 

2- 17-29 

Flying Fool (AT & S)— 

PAT. .8-25-29 
Flying Fool (AT)— BI 10-18-31 
Flying High — LUM ...2-27-27 
Flying High (AT)— MGM 

12-13-31 

Flying Hoofs— U 1925 

Flying Horseman — F ..9-19-26 
Flying Lariats (AT)— BIF 

1931 

Flying Luck— PAT ...11-13-27 

Flying Mail— AE 1926 

Flying Marine (PT & S) — 

COL. .8-25-29 

Flying Pat— PAR 12-26-20 

Flying Romeos — FN ...4-8-28 

Flying Thru— DA V 1921 

Flying Torpedo— FAT. . .3-16-16 
Flying U Ranch— FBO .. 1 1-6-27 
Flying With the Marines — 

BPI.. 6-30-18 

Fog— M 7-1-23 

Fog Bound— PAR 6-3-23 

Follies Girl— TRI 1918 

Follies of Desire — RED. 8-10-16 

Follow the Girl— U 1917 

Follow the Leader (AT)— 
(reviewed mi Manhattan Mary) 
PAR.. 10-12-30 
Follow Thru (AT)— PAR 

9- 14-30 

Follow Your Hunch— FBO. 1927 
Folly of Revenge — N OL. 7-27-16 

Folly of Vanity— F 2-8-25 

Food for Scandal — REA 

10- 31-20 

Food Gamblers— TRI ..8-9-17 

Fool — F 5-10-25 

Fool and His Money — SEZ 

4-25-20 

Fool and His Money — SR 

1925 

Fool There Was— iF ... 7-23-22 
Fool's Awakening — MG.. 2-3-24 

Fool's Gold— ARW 5-4-19 

Fool's Highway— U 3-9-24 

Fool's Paradise— IV 2-10-16 

Fool's Paradise— PAR. .12-11-21 

Fool's Revenge — F 2-24-16 

Fools and Riches— U. .5-20-23 
Fools and Their Money — M 

6- 22-19 

Fools First— FN 8-13-22 

Fools for Luck— ES. . .10-4-17 
Fools for Luck— PAR. .6-17-28 
Fools in the Dark— FBO 

7- 20-24 

Fools of Fashion— TIF 1926 

Fools of Fortune — AR. . 8-20-22 
Foolish Age— FBO ...10-9-21 
Foolish Matrons— APR ..7-3-21 
Foolish Monte Carlo — FBO 

1922 

Foolish Parents — AE (reviewed 
as "What a Child's Worth") 

6-17-23 

Foolish Twins— LBR 1922 

Foolish Virgin— CBC ..12-14-24 

Foolish Wives— U 1-15-22 

Footfalls— F 9-18-21 



Footlights — PAR 10-9-21 

Footlights and Fate— VIT 

8- 24-16 

Footlights and Fools (AT & 

S) — FN. .11-17-29 
Footlights and Shadows — 

SEZ.. 2-15-20 
Footlight Ranger — F ...1-21-23 
Footloose Widows— WA. 7-18-26 
Footsteps in the Night (AT)— 
AUT..1932 
For Alimony Only — PDC 

10-31-26 

For Another Woman— RAY. 1924 

For a Woman's Fair Name — 
VIT. .2-24-16 
For a Woman's Honor — MT 

9- 28-19 

For Better, For Worse— ART 
5-4-19 

For Big Stakes— F.... 6-25-22 
For France— VIT ....9-27-17 

For Freedom— F 12-29-18 

For Heaven's Sake — PAR 

4- 11-26 

For Her Sake (AT-Swedish) — 
MAL. .11-16-30 

For Her People— CAP. . 1-30-27 

For His Sake— ZER 1922 

For Husbands Only— WEB 

5- 19-11 

For Ladies Only— COL 

10-16-27 

For Liberty— F 1-24-18 

For Sale— PAT 6-2-18 

For Sale— FN 6-22-24 

For the Defense (AT)— PAR 

7-20-30 

For the Defense— PAR. .3-16-16 
For the Freedom of the East — 
G..1919 

For the Freedom of Ireland — 
CRA..1921 
For the Freedom of the 

World— G 1-17-18 

For the Love of a Woman — 
M . .9-9-15 
For the Love of Lil (AT)— 

COL.. 11-30-30 
For the Love of Mike— FN 

9-4-27 

For the Soul of Rafael— 

EQU. .5-30-20 
For the Term of His Natural 

Life— AUS 6-16-29 

For Those We Love— G 

12-4-21 

For Valor— TRI 11-22-17 

For Wives Only— PDC. .1-9-27 
For Woman's Favor — LBR 

10- 12-24 
For You, My Boy— ROU 

4-29-23 

For Your Daughter's Sake — 

JW..1922 
Forbidden (AT)— COL 

1-17-32 

Forbidden— U 1-18-20 

Forbidden Adventure — MT 

12-9-15 

Forbidden Cargo — FBO. .4-26-25 
Forbidden City— SE ..10-13-18 
Forbidden Company (AT)— 

INV.. 7-1-32 
Forbidden Fire— REE ..3-23-19 
Forbidden Fruit— PAR ..1-30-21 
Forbidden Fruit— IV ..2-24-16 
Forbidden Grass— RAL. 10-28-28 
Forbidden Hours — M-G-M 

7-29-28 

Forbidden Love— PAT. .9-30-28 
Torbidden Love— WIS. .4-10-21 
Forbidden Lover— SEZ ...1923 

ForbWden Path— F 1918 

Forbidden Paths— PAR. .6-28-17 
Forbidden Paradise— PAR 

11- 30-24 

Forbidden Room— F 1919 

Forbidden Thing— APR. 11-21-20 

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Forbidden Trail (AT)— COL 

1932 

Forbidden Trail — COS ..12-1-29 

Forbidden Trails— AI 1928 

Forbidden Trails — F ...5-23-20 
Forbidden Valley— PAT 

10-10-20 

Forbidden Waters — PDC . 5-2-26 

Forbidden Woman — EQU 

2-29-20 

Forbidden Women — PAT 

10-30-27 

Foreign Devils— M-G-M. 4-15-28 

Foreign Legion— U ....7-1-28 
Forest Havoc— ELB . .,2-20-27 

Forest King— PSR 1922 

Forest People of Siberia — 

AM. .10-13-29 

Forest Rivals— WO 9-21-19 

Forever— PAR 10-23-21 

Forever After— FN ...10-17-26 

Forfeit— HOD 1919 

Forged Bride— U 2-1-20 

Forget-Me-Not— PBW ..4-12-1 
Forget Me Not— M . . . 7-23-22 
Forgotten Commandments 

(AT)— PAR.. 6-5-32 
Forgotten Faces — PAR.. 8-12-18 
Forgotten Law — M ...10-22-22 
Forgotten Woman — PI ...1921 
Forgotten Women (AT) — 

MOP.. 2-28-32 
Forgive and Forget — CBC 

10-21-23 

Forlorn River— PAR ..9-19-26 
Forsaking All Others — U 

12-10-23 

Fort Frayne— DAV ...8-23-25 
Fortieth Door— PAT ..8-24-24 
Forty Horse Hawkins — U 

4-27-24 

Forty Winks— PAR ....2-8-25 
Fortune Hunter— WA ..1-15-28 
Fortune Hunter— VIT ..2-22-20 
Fortune of Christine McNal) — 

PG0..1923 
Fortune Teller— RC ..5-16-20 
Fortune's Child— VIT ...1919 
Fortune's Fool (S-SE)— 

LOU.. 8-26-28 
Fortune's Mask— VIT . . . 1922 
Fortunes of Fifi— PAR. .3-1-17 
Fortunate Youth— OCE. .3-23-16 
45 Calibre Echo (AT)— 

HNE..1932 
Forty-Five Calibre War— PAT 
2-10-29 

Forty-five Minutes from B'way — 
FN. .9-5-20 

Forty-Niners, The (AT)— 

FRE. .12-14-32 

'49-17— U 1917 

Forward Pass (AT & S)— 

FN. .192* 

Foundling— PAR 1-16-18 

Fountain of Youth— GR A. . 1922 

Four Dare Devils— PS 1921 

Four Devils (PT & S) — F 

6-30-29 

Four Feathers— M 1921 

Four Feathers (S-SE)— PAR 

6-16-29 

Four Flusher— M 1919 

Fourflusher— U 1-29-28 

Four- Footed Ranger— U. . 4-8-28 

Four Hearts— WPX 1922 

Four Horsemen of the Apoca- 
lypse — M 2-20-21 

Four Sons (S-SE)— F. .2-19-28 
Four Walls — M-G-M ..8-26-28 
Fourth Alarm (AT) — JOH 

11-9-10 



Fourth Commandment — U 

10-24-26 

Fourth Estate — F 1-27-16 

Fourth Face— CC 1921 

Fourth Horseman, The (AT) — 
U..1932 

Fourth Musketeer— FB 0.3-25-23 

Fourteenth Lover — M . . 11-27-21 
Fourteenth Man— PAR .. 9-12-20 

Fox— U 11-20-21 

Fox Movietone Follies of 

1929 (AT) — F. . 5-26-29 
Fra Diavolo (AT-Italian) — 

'TRL. .11-22-31 
Fragment of an Empire, A — 

AM. .2-2-30 
Frankenstein (AT)— U 12-6-31 

Frame Up— U 11-4-15 

Frame Up— IND 1924 

Framed (AT)— RKO . . . 3-30-30 

Framed— FN 6-26-27 

Framing Framers— TRI .. 1-3-18 
France in Arms— PAT. . 1 1-1-17 
Freaks (AT)— MGM ...7-9-32 
Freckled Rascal— RKO . . 1929 

Freckles— FBO 1-22-28 

Freckles— PAR 5-24-17 

Free Air— HOD 4-2-'22 

Free and Easy (AT)— MGM 

4-20-30 

Free Kisses— AY 1926 

Free Lips— FD 12-30-28 

Free Love — U 12-14-30 

Free to Love— SCH .. 1 1-29-25 

Freedom — REF 11-25-28 

Freedom of the Press — U 

10- 21-28 

Free Soul (AT)— MGM . 6-7-31 

Freeze-Out— U 4-10-21 

Freighters of Destiny (AT) — 

PAT.. 11-8-31 

French Doll— M 9-16-23 

French Dressing — FN.. 12-25-27 
French Leave (AT)— TPE 

12-6-31 

French Heels— HOD ..1-29-22 
Frenzied Flames — ELB . 1 0-24-26 

Freshie— KER 1923 

Freshman— PAT 7-12-25 

Friday the Thirteenth— BRA 

9-14-16 

Frida's Visor (AT-Swedish) 

— MAL.. 10-25-31 
Friend Husband— G ..8-11-18 
Friendly Enemies— PDC.5-10-2S 
Friendly Husband— F ..1-14-23 
Friends and Lovers (AT) — 

RKO. .11-8-31 
Fringe of Society — BAC 

11- 15-17 
Frisco Sally Levy — M-G-M 

4-17-27 

Frisky Mrs. Johnson — PAR 

1-2-21 

Frivolous Sal— FN 1-25-25 

Frivolous Wives — FID ..1922 
From Broadway to a Throne — 
RED.. 7-13-16 
From Broadway to Cheyenne 

(AT)— MOP. .9-23-32 
From Headquarters— VIT .1919 
From Headquarters (PT & 

S)— WA...6-16-29 

From Now On— F 9-19-20 

From the Ground Up — G 

10-16-21 
From the Manger to the 

Cross — VIT 1910 

From Two to Six — TRI 

2-28-18 

Front Page Story— VIT 

12- 17-22 

Front Page (AT)— UA. 3-22-31 
Frontier of the Stars — PAR 

1-23-21 

Frontier Trail— PAT ...7-4-26 
Frontiersman— M-G-M ..11-6-27 
Frozen Justice (AT & S) — 
F.. 10-27-29 



Frozen River (PT & S) — 

WA.. 6-23-29 

Frozen Warning— COM ... 1917 
Fruits of Desire — WO. . 1-27-16 
Fruits of Passion— TRI ... 1920 
Fuel of Life— TRI. ...11-15-17 
Fugitive from Matrimony — 

RC. .12-7-19 

Fugitive — PAT 8-24-16 

Fugitives (S-SE)— F ..3-24-29 

Full House — PAR 9-12-20 

Full of Notions (AT)— 

RKO.. 1931 

Full of Pep— M 1919 

Furies, The (AT)— FN .4-20-30 

Furnace — REA 11-28-20 

Fury— FN 2-4-23 

Fury of the Wild— RKO 

1-27-29 

Fuss and Feathers — PAR 

12-15-18 

— G— 

Gables Mystery (AT) — 



POP.. 4-3-32 

Gaiety Girl— U 6-1-24 

Gallant Fool— RA 3-6-27 

Galley Slave — F 12-2-15 

Galloper— PAT 9-16-15 

Galloping Ace— U 4-6-24 

Galloping Cowboy — AE. .9-19-26 
Galloping Devil— CAN ..S-21-21 
Galloping Fish— FN ...5-4-24 

Galloping Fury— U 11-13-27 

Galloping Gallagher — FBO 

4-6-24 

Galloping Gobs— PAT ..2-13-27 
Galloping Jinx— ARC ...1926 

Galloping Kid— U 9-10-22 

Galloping On— ARC 1926 



Galloping Thru (AT) — 

MOP. .2-7-32 
Galloping Thunder — FBO . . 1927 
Galloping Vengeance — FBO 

1925 

Galloping Thru (AT)— MOP 

1931 

Gamble in Lines — PS 

Gamble in Souls— INC. . 12-7-16 

Gamblers— VIT 7-27-19 

Gamblers (AT & S)— WA 

8- 25-29 

Gambling Fool— IND ...5-3-25 
Gambling in Souls — F.. 3-16-19 
Gambling Sex (AT)— FRE 

12-14-32 

Gambling Wives— ARW. .4-6-24 

Game Chicken— PAR 1922 

Game of Wits— AMU. . 1 1-15-17 
Game Old Knight and Her 

Painted Hero— TRI .. 10-28-15 
Game With Fate— VIT. .6-16-18 

Game's Up— U 1-19-19 

Gamesters— PAT 1921 

Gang Buster (AT)— PAR 

I- 25-31 

Gang War (PT & S)— 

FBO. .8-5-28 
Garden of Allah— M-G-M 

9- 11-27 

Garden of Eden— UA. . .3-25-28 

Garden of Life — U 

Garden of Resurrection — STL 

3-20-21 

Garden of Weeds— PAR 

II- 9-24 

Garments of Truth — M.. 9-4-21 
Garrison's Finish — APA . . 6-3-23 

Garter Girl— VIT 1920 

Gae, Oil & Water— FN 

3-26-22 

Gasoline Cowboy— SIE 1926 

Gasoline Gus — PAR 1921 

Gate Crasher— U 12-16-28 

Gates of Brass— PAT. .6-29-19 
Gates of Doom— RED. . 3-1-17 

Gates of Eden — M 11-9-16 

Gates of Gladness— WO ... 1918 

267 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Gateway of the Caucasus — 

AM. .1-25-31 
Gateway of the Moon — F. 1-15-28 

Gaucho— UA 11-27-27 

Gauntlet— VIT 7-25-20 

Gay Adventurer — ABA 

8-26-28 

Gay and Devilish— FBO 

5-21-22 

Gay Buckaroo (AT)— HOL 

1- 17-32 

Gay Cabellero (AT)— F. 2-14-32 
Gay Deceiver— M-G-M. .9-19-26 
Gav Defender— PAR ...1-1-28 
Gay Diplomat (AT)— RKO 

8- 23-31 

Gay Lord Quex— G ... 12-21-19 
Gay Lord Waring— BL. . 4-13-16 
Gay Old Bird— WA ..3-20-27 
Gay Old Dog— PAT... 11-9-19 

Gay Retreat— F 9-25-27 

Geezer— U 1927 

General— UA 2-20-27 

General Crack (AT & S)— 

WA. .12-8-29 
General Custer at Little Big 

Horn— SU 1926 

Gentle Cyclone— F 7-18-26 

Gentle Julia— F— 1-6-24 

Gentleman Agreement — VIT 

7-28-18 

Gentleman's Fate (AT) — 

MGM. .6-28-31 
Gentlemen from America — U 

2- 11-23 

Gentlemen from Indiana — 

PAR. .12-2-15 
Gentleman of Leisure — PAR 

8-5-23 

Gentleman of Paris — PAR 

9- 10-27 

Gentleman of Quality — VIT 

3-9-19 

Gentlemen of the Press (AT) — 
PAR. .5-19-29 

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes — 

PAR. . 1-22-2S 
Gentlemen Preferred — TPC 

1928 

George Washington, Jr. — 

WA..1924 
George Washington Cohen — 

TIF. .5-19-29 
Gerald Cranston's Lady — F 

1925 

Geraldine (PT & S)— PAT 

12-16-2S 
German Curse in Russia — 

PAT. .1918 
Germany at War — CUM 

3- 23-16 

Germany's Side of the War — 

FFS..192S 
Get-Rich-Quick Wallintford— 

PAR. . 12-11-2 1 
Get That Girl (AT)— MER 

5-15-3: 

Get Your Man— ,F. .. .5-29-21 
Get Your Man — PAR. .12-25-27 
Getting Gertie's Garter— PDC 

2-13-27 

Getting Mary Married — SE 



4-6-19 

Ghetto Shamrock— COO . . . 1926 
Ghost Breaker— PAR ..9-17-22 

Ghost City— APP 2-26-22 

Ghost City (AT)— MOP 

3-20-32 

Ghost Flower— TRI . .. 8-18-1* 
Ghost House— PAR 1917 



Ghost in the Garret — PAR 

1921 



Ghost of Old Morro — KES 

6- 28-17 

Ghost of Rosy Taylor — MT 

7- 14-18 

Ghost of the Rancho — PAT 

8- 4-18 

Ghost of Yesterday — SEL 

1-10-13 

Ghost Patrol^-U 1-21-23 

Ghost Talks (AT)— F. .2-24-29 
Ghost Valley (AT)— RKO 

8-12-32 

Gift Girl— BL 3-8-17 

Gift o' Gab— ES 12-6-17 

Gift Supreme— SEZ 5-9-20 

Gigolo— PDC 10-s3w26 

Gilded Butterfly— F ...1-24-26 

Gilded Cage— BRA 10-12-16 

Cilded Dream— U 10-24-20 

Gilded Fool— F 1915 

Gilded Highway— WIA 4-25-26 

Gilded Lies — SEZ 5-8-21 

Gilded Lily— PAR 3-13-21 

Gilded Spider — BL .... 4-27-16 

Gimme— G 1-21-23 

Ginger— WO 4-27-19 

Gingham Girl— FB O . . . . 7-24-27 
Ginsberg the Great — WA 

1- 29-28 

Girl Alaska— WO 8-17-19 

Girl Angle — MT 1917 

Girl and the Crisis — RED 

2- 22-17 

Girl and the Judge — EMU 

4-11-18 

Girl at Bay— VIT 6-22-19 

Girl at Home — PAR 1917 

Girl by the Roadside— BL. . 1917 
Girl Crazy (AT)— RKO 

3- 27-32 

Girl Dodger— PAR 3-2-19 

Girl from Beyond— VIT. 4-25-18 
Girl from Bohemia — PAT 

8-18-18 

Girl from Calgary (AT)— 

MOP. .11-17-32 
Girl from Chicago — WA 

12-25-27 
Girl from Everywhere — PAT 

10-30-27 
Girl from Gay Paree — TIF 

1927 

Girl from God's Country — 

FBW.. 9-18-21 
Girl from Havana (AT & S)— 
F.. 9-8-29 
Girl from Montmartre — FN 

3-7-26 

Girl from Nowhere — PI 1919 

Girl from Nowhere— SEZ 

7- 17-21 

Girl from Porcupine — ARW 

12-4-21 

Girl from Rio— LUM ... .9-4-27 
Girl from Rocky Point— PSR 

3-5-22 

Girl from the Outside — G 

8- 24-19 

Girl from Woolworths (AT & S) 
FN.. 12-22-29 
Girl Habit (AT) — PAR .6-14-31 
Girl He Didn't Buy— PEE 

7-8-28 

Girl I Left Behind Me 1915 

Girl I Loved— UA 2-18-23 

Girl in Bohemia— F 11-9-19 

Girl in Checkered Coat— U 

1917 

Girl in Every Port— F. 2-26-28 
Girl in His House— VIT. 6-23-18 
Girl in His Room— VIT. . 1922 
Girl in Number 29— U.. 4-3-20 
Girl in the Dark— BL. .3-14-18 
Girl in the Glass Cage (PT 

& S)— FN.. 9-22-29 
Girl in the Limousine — FN 

!?24 

Girl in the Pullman— PAT 

10-30-27 



Girl in the Rain— U. -. .6-27-20 
Girl in the Show (AT)— 

MGM..1929 
Girl in the Show (AT)— 

MGM.. 4-20-30 
Girl in the Taxi.— FN. .5-28-22 
Girl in the Web— PAT. 7-25-20 
Girl Like That— PAR. . 1-25-17 

Girl Montana— PAT 1-2-21 

Girl Named Mary— PAR. 1-25-20 
Girl O' the Port (AT & S)— 

RKO.. 1929 

Girl of Gold— PDC 1925 

Girl of Lost Lake— BL. 8-17-16 
Girl of My Dreams— EXI. .1918 
Girl of My Heart— F. . 12-12-20 
Girl of the Golden West— 

FN. .6-3-23 
Girl of the Golden West (AT) 

—FN.. 10-26-30 
Girl of the Limberlost — FBO 

4-27-24 

Girl of the Port (AT)— RKO 
7-20-30 

Girl of the Rio (AT)— RKO 

1-10-32 

Girl of the Sea— SEZ 1920 

Girl of the Timber Claims— 

TRI. .1-25-17 

Girl of Today— VIT 9-22-18 

Girl of Yesterday— PAR 

10-14-15 
Girl on the Barge (PT & 

S)— U.. 3-3-29 
Girl on the Stairs— PDC .. 1924 
Girl Overboard (PT & S)— 

U.. 8-11-29 

Girl Phillipa— VIT 1-4-17 

Girl Problem— VIT 2-23-19 

Girl Said No, The (AT)— 

MGM.. 4-6-30 

Girl Shy— PAT 4-6-24 

Girl-Shy Cowboy— F 9-2-28 

Girl Who Came Back— PRE 

4-22-23 

Girl Who Came Back— PAR 

9-1-18 

Girl Who Couldn't Grow Up— 

MT. .9-27-17 
Girl Who Couldn't Think— 

CRT. .2-1-17 
Girl Who Dared— SEZ. .8-22-20 
Girl Who Lost— RED. .3-15-17 
Girl Who Ran Wild— U. 10-1-21 
Girl Who Stayed at Home— 

ART. .3-30-19 
Girl Who Won Out— U... 191 7 
Girl Who Wouldn't Quit— U 

4-11-18 

Girl Who Wouldn't Work— 

SCH.. 8-16-25 
Girl With a Jazz Heart — G 

1-2-21 

Girl With No Regrets— F 

2-16-19 

Girl with the Bandbox— AM 

1929 

Girl With the Champagne 

Eyes— F 4-4-18 

Girl With the Checkered Coat 

—BL.. 4-5-17 
Girl With the Green Eyes— 

PAT. .5-11-16 
Girl Without a Soul— M 

8-30-17 

Girl Woman— VIT 8-10-19 

Girls— PAR 7-6-19 

Girls About Town (AT)— 

PAR. . 11-1-31 

Girl's Decision— RAI 192 1 

Girls Demand Excitement 

(AT)— F.. 2-8-31 

Girl's Desire— VIT 9-17-22 

Girls Don't Gamble— SCW 

9-5-20 

Girl's Folly— PBW 3-1-17 

Girl's Gone Wild (S-SE) — F 

4-28-29 

Girls Men Forget— PRI. . .1924 

269 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Girls Who Dare— TPC. 7-28-29 
Gitta Entdeckt Ihr Herz (AT- 

'German)— VVOD. .10-1-32 
Give and Take (S-SE)— U 

12-30-28 
Give Me My Son— GHA 

2-19-22 

Giving Becky a Chance — PAR 

6-7-17 

Glad Rag Doll (AT & S)— 

WA. .6-9-29 

Glass House — M 2-19-22 

Gleam O' Dawn— F 1-1-22 

Glenister of the Mounted — 

FBO. .6-13-26 
Gloria (AT-German) — NER 

10-29-32 

Gloriana— BL 11-2-16 

Gloria's Romance — KLE. . 6-1-16 
Glorifying the American Girl 

(AT)— PAR. .1929 
Glorious Adventure — G.. 8-18-18 
Glorious Adventure — UA 

4-30-22 

Glorious Betsy (PT & S)— 

WA.. 4-29-28 

Glorious Fool — G 3-26-22 

Glorious Lady— SEZ 11-9-19 

Glorious Trail— FN 10-14-28 

Glory— UNI 3-1-17 

Glory Girl— TRI 6-7-17 

Glory of Clementina — FBO 

6-4-22 

Glory of Yolande— VIT . 1-25-17 
Glimpses of the Moon — PAR 

4-8-23 
.7-25-20 
-PAT 



191 



Go and Get It— FN.. 
Go Get 'Em Garringer 



Go Getter— PAR 4-15-23 

Go Straight— SCH 5-3-25 

Go Straight— U 10-9-21 

Go West — MG 11-1-25 

Go West Young Man — G 

2-2-19 

Goat— M 9-29-18 

Goat Getter— R A 1925 

God Gave Me Twenty Cents 

—PAR. .11-28-26 
God of Little Children— APO 

2-1-17 

God of Mankind— HM.... 1928 
Goddess of Lost Lake— HOD 

1918 

Godless Girl (PT & S)— 

PAT.. 3-10-29 

Godless Men— G 2-6-21 

God's Country and the Wo- 
man— VIT 6-29-16 

God's Country and the Law — 

ARW.. 7-9-22 
God's Country and the Man 

(AT)— SYN.. 6-7-31 
God's Crucible— HOD... 9-11-21 
God's Gift to Women (AT) 

WA. .4-19-31 

God's Gold— PIN 1921 

God's Good Man— STL 1921 

God's Great Wilderness— ACI 

1-23-27 

God's Half Acre— M... 8-17-16 
God's Law and Man's — M 

5-10-17 

God's Man— FRO 4-12-17 

Gods of Fate— LUB 2-3-16 

God's Outlaw— M 1919 

Goethe's Jugendgelu-bte (AT- 
German) — N ER . . 12-28-32 

Going Crooked — F 12-19-26 

Going Some — G 7-25-20 

Going Straight — FAT. . .5-25-16 

Going the Limit— FBO 1926 

Going the Limit — GER. 9-13-25 
Going Up— AE 10-14-21 




270 



Going Wild (AT) — W A. .2-1-31 

Gold (AT) — MAJ 10-5-32 

Gold and Grit — ARC 4-5-25 

Gold and the Girl — F. . .2-22-25 
Gold and the Woman — F. 3-23-16 
Gold Chevrons — BIG. . 10-21-28 

Gold Cure— M 1-12-19 

Gold Diggers— WA 9-16-23 

Gold Diggers of Broadway 

(AT & S)— WA.. 9-8-29 
Gold Dust Gertie (AT)— 

WA.. 5-31-31 
Gold from Weepah — PAT 

11-20-27 

Gold Grabbers— SMI 1922 

Gold Heels — F 1-25-25 

Gold Hunters— DAV 1925 

Gold Madness— PRI . . . 10-14-23 

Gold Rush— UA 8-30-25 

Golden Bed— PAR 1-25-25 

Golden Calf, The (AT)— F 

5- 11-30 

Golden Chance — PAR. . 12-30-15 

Golden Clown— PAT 1927 

Golden Cocoon— WA. .. 12-20-25 

Golden Dawn— COQ 1928 

Golden Dawn (AT)— WA 

7-27-30 

Golden Dreams — G 6-11-22 

Golden Fetter— PAR 2-1-17 

Golden Fleece— TRI 8-4-18 

Golden Gallowt— U 2-12-22 

Golden Gift— M 12-4-21 

Golden Goal— VIT 5-19-18 

Golden Hope— RC 1921 

Golden Idiot— ES 7-26-17 

Golden Mountains (AT- 

Russian) — AM. .4-17-32 
Golden Princess— PAR. .9-13-25 
Golden Rule Kate— TRI .8-30-17 

Golden Shackles — PEE 1928 

Golden Shower— VIT. . 12-21-19 

Golden Snare— FN 7-17-21 

Golden Strain— F 12-20-25 

Golden Trail— ARW 1921 

Golden Wall— WO 7-21-18 

Golden Web— LUM 1926 

Golden West (AT)— F .. 12-3-32 

Golden Yukon 1928 

Goldie (AT)— F 6-28-31 

Goldfish— FN 5-11-24 

Golem— PAR 6-26-21 

Golf Widows— COI 8-26-28 

Good and Naughty— PAR 

6- 20-26 

Good and Evil— FBW. .9-25-21 

Good as Gold— F 7-17-27 

Good Bad Boy— PRI 6-8-24 

Good Bad Girl (AT)— COL 

5- 17-31 

Good Bad Man— FAT. .4-13-16 
Good Bad Wife— FED. 10-24-20 
Good Bye Bill— PAR. .. 12-8-18 

Good Bye, Girls— F 3-11-23 

Good-Bye Kiss (S-SE)— FN 

11- 18-28 

Good Fellow— SEZ 

Good- For-Nothing— P W 0 

12- 27-17 
Good Gracious Annabelle — 

PAR.. 4-6-19 
Good Intentions (AT)— F 

7- 27-30 

Good Little Devil— PAR. .. 1914 

Good Loser— TRI 7-14-18 

Good Men and Bad— SEZ. .1923 
Good Men and True — FBO 

11-12-22 
Good Morning Judge — TJ 

10-7-28 

Good New. (AT)— MGM 

9-7-30 

Good Night Paul— SEZ 

6- 16-18 

Good Provider — PAR ... 4- 1 6-22 
Good References — FN . . .9-26-20 

Good Ship Rock N Rye— U 

Good Sport (AT)— F 12-13-31 
Good Woman, A — PI 1931 



Good Women — RC 7-24-J1 

Goona-Goona (SYN) — FD 

8- 20-32 

Goose Girl— PAR 1915 

Goose Hangs High — PAR 

3- 22-2=. 

Goose Woman— U 7-26-25 

Gorilla— FN 11-13-27 

Gorilla Hunt— FBO 1-2-27 

Gorilla (AT)— FN 3-1-31 

Gorilla Ship (AT)— MAF 

7- 20-32 

Gossip— U 3-4-23 

Governor's Lady— F. . . 12-23-23 
Gown of Destiny— TRI. 12-27-17 

Graft (AT)— U 11-29-31 

Grafters— TRI 8-30-17 

Grail— F 12-23-23 

Grain of Dust— CRB 1-24-18 

Grain of Dust— TIF. .. .9-30-28 
Grand Duchess and the Wai- 
ter— PAR ^ 2-21-26 

Grand Hotel (AT)— MGM 

4- 17-32 

Grand Larceny— G 3-5-22 

Grand Parade (AT)— PAT. 1929 
Grand Parade (AT)— PAT 

1-26-30 

Grand Passion — BL 12-27-17 

Grandma's Boy— AE 9-10-22 

Grasp of Greed— BL 7-16-16 

Grass— PAR 4-12-25 

Graustark— FN 9-20-25 

Grave of the Unknown Sol- 
dier— ST A 1928 

Gray Dawn— HOD 4-30-22 

Gray Horizon— EXI 9-7-19 

Gray Mask— SWO 12-9-15 

Gray Parasol— TRI 9-29-18 

Gray Towers of Mystery — 

VIT— 11-2-19 
Gray Wolf's Ghost— RC. . . . 1920 
Greased Lightning— PAR . 5-4-19 
Greased Lightning — U . . . 7-22-28 

Great Accident— G 1920 

Great Adventure— PAT. .2-28-18 
Great Adventure— FN . . .1-30-21 
Great Air Robbery— U. .. 1-4-20 

Great Alone— AR 6-18-22 

Great Bradley Mystery— APO 

4-19-17 

Great City— SEZ 1923 

Great Day— PAR 4-3-21 

Great Deception— FN . . . 8-22-26 
Great Diamond Mystery — F 

10-26-24 
Great Divide (AT & S)— 

FN.. 1929 

Great Divide— PAR ...12-23-15 

Great Divide— MG 2-15-25 

Great Divide, The (AT) — 

FN.. 2-23-30 
Great Expectation — PAR. 1-11-17 
Great Gabbo (AT)— WW 

9- 15-29 

Great Gatsby— PAR. . .11-28-26 
Great Impersonation — PAR 

10- 2-21 

Great Jewel Robbery— KER 

1926 

Great K & A Train Robbery— 

F.. 10-10-26 

Great Love — GRI 8-18-18 

Great Lover— G 12-5-20 

Great Lover (AT)— MGM 

8- 30-31 

Great Mail Robbery — FBO 

6-26-27 

Great Meadow (AT)— MGM 

3-15-31 

Great Menace— RES 1923 

Great Moment— PAR. . .7-31-21 

Great Night— F 1922 

Great Power (PT &S)— 

FWA..1929 
Great Power, The (AT)— 

EXE.. 7-20-30 

Great Problem— BL 4-13-16 

Great Redeemer— M 8-29-20 

271 



13,262 TITLES 



Great Romance — M 1919 

Great Ruby— LUB 9-23-15 

Great Sensation— PFT. .9-13-25 

Great Shadow— SEZ 1920 

Great Unknown— AEP 1928 

Great Victory— M 1919 

Great White North— F. ... 1928 
Great White Trail— WTL 

6- 14-17 

Great White Way— MG. 1-13-24 

Greater Claim— M 2-20-21 

Greater Duty— EC 1922 

Greater Glory— FN 5-16-26 

Greater Law— BL 7-19-17 

Greater Love Hath No Man — 
M..1915 

Greater Profit— RC 6-26-21 

Greater Than a Crown — F 

9-6-25 

Greater Than Fame — SEZ 

1-18-20 

Greater Than Love — APR 

7- 24-21 

Greater Than Marriage — VIT 

1- 18-25 

Greater Will— PAT. ... 12-16-15 
Greater Woman— PMU. 3-29-17 

Greatest Love— SEZ 1-30-21 

Greatest Love of All — AE 

11-23-24 

Greatest Power — M 6-29-17 

Greatest Question— FN . . .1-4-20 

Greatest Sacrifice— F 5-15-21 

Greatest Thing in Life— GRI 

1-2-19 

Greatest Truth— PAR 1922 

Greed— MG 12-7-24 

Greed— TRI 2-8-17 

Greeks Had a Word for Them 

(AT)— UA.. 2-7-32 
Greel M y stery— VIT ... 1 1 -22- 1 7 
Green Cloak— EDK. . . . 10-28-15 
Green-Eyed Monster — F .. 1-6-16 

Green Eyes— PAR 8-18-18 

Green Flame— HOD ... .7-11-20 

Green God— VIT 9-1-18 

Green Goddess— G 8-19-23 

Green Goddess (AT)— WA 

2- 16-30 

Green Grass Widows — TIF 

8- 26-28 

Green Stockings— VIT. . 1-13-16 

Green Swamp — UA 1920 

Green Swamp— TRI 1-13-16 

Green Temptation — PAR. 4-2-22 
Greene Murder Case (AT & 

S)— PAR.. 8-11-29 
Gretel & Liesel (AT-German) 

— NER..1932 
Gretchen the Greenhorn — FAT 
8-25-16 

Gretel and Liesel (AT-Ger- 
man)— FFF. .2-1-31 

Gretna Green— PAR 1915 

Grey Devil— RA 1-30-27 

Greyhound Limited (PT & 

S)— WA.. 4-14-29 
Grief Street (AT)— CHE 

10-11-31 

Grim Comedian— G 1-29-22 

Grim Game— PAR 9-7-19 

Grinning Guns — U 5-1-27 

Grip of Jealousy — BL... 3-9-16 
Grip of the Yukon— U.. 7-1 5-28 

Grit— PDC 1-6-24 

Grit Wins— U 3-3-29 

Grouch— WO 12-1-18 

Grounds for Divorce — PAR 

7-19-25 

Growth of Soil— FGC. 10-13-29 

Grub Stake— SEZ 3-18-23 

Grumpy— PAR 4-1-23 

Grumpy (AT) — PAR. . . .g-3-30 



RICHARD A. 

ROWLAND 



Fox Film Corporation 



Sponsor of 

CAVALCADE 

THE FOUR HORSEMEN 
THE SEA HAWK 
FLAMING YOUTH 
THE LOST WORLD 



Guardians of the North— IND 

1921 

Guardians of the Wild— U 

10- 14-28 
Guardsman (AT)— MGM 

9-13-31 

Guiding Spirit— BUR 1921 

Guile of Women — G 3-6-21 

Guilt of Silence— BL 6-2-18 

Guilty— UFA 11-25-28 

Guilty! (AT) — COL. . . .4-13-30 
Guilty as Hell (AT)— PAR 

8-6-32 

Guilty Conscience— VIT ... 1922 
Guilty Generation (AT) — 

COL. .11-22-31 
Guilty Hands (AT)— MGM 

8-30-31 

Guilty Man— PAR 2-21-18 

Guilty of Love— PAR... 9- 19-20 

Guilty One— PAR 6-22-24 

Guilty or Not Guilty (AT)— 

MOP. .12-10-32 

Guilty Wife— RAL 

Gun Fighter— INC 2-1-17 

Gun Fighting Gentlemen — U 

11- 30-19 

Gun Gospel — FN 1927 

Gun-Hand Garrison— RA. . 1927 

Gun Law— RKO 1929 

Gun-Runner — TIF 12-30-28 

Gun Shy— SR 1922 

Gun Smoke (AT)— PAR 

4-26-31 

Gun Woman— TRI 1-24-18 

Gunfighter — F 1923 

Guns at Loos— ERA 1928 

Gutter Snipe — U 1-1-22 

Gutter Magdalene, A— PAR 

6-18-16 

Gypsy Blood— FN 5-15-21 

Gypsy of the North— R A. 5-6-28 
Gypsy Passion— VIT. . . 10-30-21 
Gypsy Trail— PAR 1918 

— H— 

Habit— FN 1921 

Habit of Happiness — FAT 

3-23-16 

Hail the Hero— FBO 1924 

Hail the Woman— FN. .. 1-8-22 
Hair Trigger Baxter — FBO 

1926 

Hairpins — PAR 8-8-20 

Haldane of the Secret Ser- 
vice — FBO 10-14-23 

Half a Bride— PAR 9-2-28 

Half a Chance— PAT.. 10-24-20 
Half-a-Dollar-Bill— MG .12-9-23 

Half a Rogue— U 1916 

Half an Hour— PAR 12-5-20 

Half Breed— FN 6-25-22 

Half Breed— FAT 7-13-16 

Half Marriage (AT& S)— 

RKO.. 8-25-29 
Half-Naked Truth (AT)— 

RKO.. 12-31-32 
Half Million Bribe— M. .4-20-16 
Half Shot At Sunrise (AT)— 
RKO.. 10-12-30 

Half- Way Girl— FN 8-16-25 

Half Way to Heaven (AT & 

S)— PAR.. 12-8-29 
Hallelujah (AT & S)— 

MGM. .8-25-29 
Ham and Eggs at the Front — 
WA..1927 

Hamlet— ASA 11-13-21 

Hand at the Window— 

TRI.. 4-25-18 

Hand Invisible— WO 3-9-19 

Hand of Peril— PBW. . .3-23-16 
Hand that Rocks the Cradle— 

WEB. .5-13-17 
Handcuffed (AT)— RA. .11-3-29 
Handcuffs and Kisses- — 

SEZ.. 10-2-21 
Handicap — KRA 1921 



Handle With Care— AE. .. 1922 
Handle With Care (AT)— F 

12-24-32 
Hands Across the Border — 

FBO.. 5-30-26 

Hands Down — BL 2-14-18 

Hands Off— F 4-3-21 

Hands Off— U 1927 

Hands of Nara— M 8-13-22 

Hands of Orlac — AY. . .8-26-28 

Hands Up— FAT 4-26-17 

Hands Up— PAR 1-24-26 

Handsome Brute — COL.. 7-18-26 
Hangman's House — F. . . 5-20-28 

Happiness — TRI 5-10-17 

Happiness— ROM 1921 

Happiness — MG 3-2-24 

Happiness Ahead— FN. . .6-24-28 
Happiness a La Mode — 

SE.. 6-15-19 
Happiness of Three Women — 

PAR.. 1-18-17 
Happy Days (AT)— F. .2-16-30 
Happy Though Married — 

PAR — 2-16-19 
Happy Warrior— VIT... 7-12-25 

Harbor Lights— AE 8-26-23 

Ha'rd Boiled— PAR 2-2-19 

Hard Boiled Haggerty— FN 

9-11-27 

Hard Fists— U 1927 

Hard Hombre (AT)— HOF 

9-20-31 

Hard Hittin* Hamilton— ARC 

10-19-24 

Hard Luck— M 1921 

Hard Rock Breed— TRI. .3-21-18 
Hard to Get (AT & S)— 

FN. .9-29-29 

Hardboiled— F 8-15-26 

Hardboiled— RKO 2-24-29 

Hardboiled Rose (PT & S)— 
WA.. 8-11-29 

Hardest Way — JO 1923 

Harmony at Home (AT) — F 

1-26-30 

Harold Teen— FN 8-19-28 

Harp in Hock— PAT. . .10-30-27 
Harriet and the Piper — FN 

10-24-20 

Harvest Moon— H OD . . .4-11-20 

Harvest of Hate— U 2-3-29 

Harvester— FBO 11-20-27 

Has the World Gone Mad — 
EQU..1923 

Hashimura Togo — PAR 1917 

Hat Check Girl (AT)— F 

9-23-32 

Hatchet Man, The (AT) — FN 
2-7-32 

Hate— FAI 8-9-17 

Hate— M 5-7-22 

Hate Ship (AT)— BI. .11-16-30 

Hate Trail— CC 1922 

Hater of Men— TRI. .. .6-21-17 
Haunted Bedroom — PAR. 6-8-19 
Haunted Gold (AT) — WA. 1932 
Haunted House (S-SE) — 

FN.. 12-23-28 
Haunted House— TRI . . .9-20-17 
Haunted Manor— GAU. .3-30-16 
Haunted Pajamas — M... 6-21-17 
Haunted Ranch— DAV. .9-13-25 

Haunted Ship— TIF 1-29-28 

Haunting Shadows— RC . 1 - 18-20 

Havoc— F 9-13-25 

Havoc— ES 3-30-16 

Hawk— VIT 5-3-17 

Hawk of the Hills — PAT. . 1929 

Hawk's Nest— FN 6-3-28 

Hawthorne of the U. S. A. — 

PAR.. 11-30-19 
Hay Foot, Straw Foot— PAR 

6-29-19 

Hazardous Valleys — ELB 

9-25-27 

Hazel Kirke— PAT 2-10-16 

Headin' North (AT)— TIF 

12-28-30 

273 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Headin' for Trouble (AT)— 

BIF.. 9-6-31 
Heads Up (AT)— PAR. 10-12-30 
Heart's Melody (AT)— UFA 

8- 31-30 

He Comes Up Smiling— ART 

9- 15-18 
He Did and He Didn't— 

TRI.. 2-10-16 
He Knew Women (AT)— 

RKO.. 4-20-30 
He Fell in Love with His 

Wife— PAR 2-17-16 

He Learned About Women 

(AT)— PAR. .1932 
He Who Gets Slapped— MG 

11-2-24 

Head Hunters of Papua 

(AT)— REI. .9-7-32 
Head Hunters of the South 

Seas— AE 1-21-23 

Head of the Family— GOT 

12-16-28 

Head Over Heels— G 1922 

Head Man— FN 10-7-28 

Head Winds— U 3-22-25 

Heads Up— FBO 1925 

Headin' for Danger— FBO 

12-23-28 

Headin' Home— Y AN ... 9-26-30 
Headin' North— AR W ... 9-24-22 
Headin' South— ART. ... 3-21-18 
Headin' Through— PHD . . . 1924 

Headin' West— U 1-29-22 

Headin' Westward— SYN 

7-14-29 

Headless Horseman— HOD 

10-22-22 

Headlines— AE 1925 

Headwater— PON 7-7-29 

Heart and Soul— F 6-14-17 

Heart Bandit— MG 1-13-24 

Heartbreak (AT)— F .10-18-31 

Heart Buster— F 7-6-24 

Heart in Pawn— EXI 1919 

Heart Line— PAT 5-29-21 

Heart of a Clown— PAT. .. 1928 
Heart of Broadway — RA...1928 
Heart of Ezra Greer— PAT 

10- 4-17 

Heart of Gold— WO 2-2-19 

Heart of Humanity — U.. 1-4-19 
Heart of Jennifer— PAR .9-9-15 
Heart of Juanita— RC. . 12-7-19 
Heart of Maryland— VIT 

5-22-21 

Heart of Maryland— WA 

7-17-27 

Heart of New York— CLA 

2- 24-16 

Heart of Nora— PAR 1916 

Heart of Paula— PAR. .3-16-16 
Heart of Rachael— HOD. 10-6-18 

Heart of Romance— F 1918 

Heart of Salome— F 5-1-27 

Heart of Tara— MT 3-9-16 

Heart of Texas Ryan, The — 

SEL.. 2-22-17 
Heart of Twenty— RC. . .6-27-20 
Heart of Wetona— SEL. 12-29-18 
Heart of Youth— PAR. . .9-14-19 
Heart of a Child— RED. 6-22- 16 
Heart of a Child— M. .. .4-11-20 
Heart of a Coward — RA. 8-22-26 

Heart of a Fool— FN 1920 

Heart of a Follies Girl— FN 

3- 18-28 

Heart of a Girl— WO. .. .7-7-18 
Heart of a Gypsy— HAL. 12-7-19 
Heart 6f a Hero— PBW. 10-26-16 

Heart of a Lion— F 12-27-17 

Heart of a Painted Woman — 

M..1915 



CLYDE E. ELLIOTT 

Director 

(Who Made "Bring 'Em Back Alive") 

and 

JAMES O. SPEARING 

Writer 

I Now in the Malay Jungle Making 

l\ "MAN EATER 



For FOX 




274 



Heart of a Siren — FN. .3-15-25 
Heart of a Texan— ST. ... 1922 
Heart of a Woman— PEE. . 1921 
Heart of New York (AT)— 

WA.. 3-6-32 
Heart of the Blue Ridge — 

WO.. 10-21-15 
Heart o' the Hills — FN. 12-7-19 
Heart of the North— DAV 

9- 25-21 

Heart of the Sunset — G. 4-18-18 
Heart of the Wilds— ART 

Heart of the Yukon— PAT 

5-22-27 

Heart Punch (AT)— MAA 

10- 18-32 

Heart Raider— PAR 6-10-23 

Heart Specialist— PAR . . 4-22-22 

Heart Strings— F 1-4-20 

Heart Thief— PDC 5-15-27 

Heart Trouble— FN 10-7-28 

Heart to Heart— FN 8-19-28 

Heart to Let, A— REA. 7-24-21 

Heart's Desire— PAR 5-3-17 

Heart's Haven— HOD. . .8-13-22 

Heart's Revenge — F 1918 

Hearts Adrift— PAR 1914 

Hearts Aflame— M 12-24-22 

Hearts Asleep— EXI 1919 

Hearts and the Highway — 

VIT.. 191 5 
Hearts and Fists— AE. .2-28-26 
Hearts and Masks— FED ... 1921 
Hearts and Spangles — LUM 

1926 

Hearts and Spurs — F 8-2-25 

Hearts are Trumps — M. 12-12-20 
Hearts in Dixie (AT)— F. 3-3-29 
Hearts in Exile (AT & S)— 

WA..1929 

Hearts of Flint— ARW 

Hearts of Humanity (AT) — 

MAJ. .9-21-32 

Hearts of Love— ARW 

Hearts of Men— AN 9-2-28 

Hearts of Men— WO. . 11-18-15 
Hearts of Men— AB ... .4-13-19 

Hearts of Oak— F 10-5-24 

Hearts of Oak— PAR 1923 

Hearts of the World— CWO 

5- 12-18 

Hearts o' The Range— FOR 

2-13-21 

Hearts of Youth— F 1921 

Hearts or Diamonds? — MT 

5-2-18 

Hearts Up— U 1-2-21 

Heartsease— G 9-14-19 

Heartless Husbands— SU 

11- 22-23 
Heaven on Earth — MGM 

6- 26-27 

Heaven on Earth (AT) — 

U.. 12-20-31 
Heedless Moths— EQU. .6-19-21 
Heights of Hazard— VIT 

12-2-15 

Heimaterde (AT-Gcrman) 

TRL. .11-11-32 
Heimatsklange — TRP ..2-22-31 
Heir of the Ages— PAR 

6-28-17 

Heir to the Hoorah— PAR 

11-2-16 

Heiress at Coffee Dan's— FAT 

12- 21-16 
Heiress for a Day — TRI 

2-28-18 

Held by the Enemy— PAR 

10- 3-20 

Held by the Law— U. . .2-20-27 

Held in Trust— M 8-15-20 

Held to Answer— M... 10-28-23 
Helen of the North— PAR 

9-9-15 

Helen of Troy — FN (Review- 
ed a* Private Life of Helen 
of Troy) 12-18-27 



Helen's Babies— PRI . . . 1-18-25 

Heliotrope— PAR 11-28-20 

Helion— PAT 10-5-19 

Hell Below Zero— TP E. 6-28-31 

Hell Bent— U 6-23-18 

Hell Bent for Frisco (AT) — 

WW. .7-12-31 
Hell Bent For Heaven— WA 

5-9-26 

Hell Bound (AT)— TIF. 3-1-3 1 

Hell Cat— G 12-8-18 

Hell Diggers— PAR 8-28-21 

Hell Divers (AT)— MGM 

12-27-31 

Hell Fire Austin (AT)— TIF 

6- 22-32 
Hell Harbor (AT) — UA 

2- 23-30 
Hell Morgan's Girl— BL 

3- 15-17 

Hell Roarin' Reform. .F. 2-16-19 

Hell Ship— CP 8-26-28 

Hell Ship— F 2-15-20 

Hellship Bronson — GOT.. 5-6-28 
Hell to Pay Austin— FAT 

8-10-16 

Hello Cheyenne — F 5-13-28 

Hello Sister (AT)— WW 

3-9-30 

Hello Trouble (AT)— COL 

10-12-32 
Hell's Angels (AT)— UA 

8- 24-30 

Hell's Border— WET 1922 

Hell's Crater— U 

Hell's End— TRI 7-14-18 

Hell's 400— F 5-30-26 

Hell's Headquarters (AT) — 

RKO.. 5-15-32 
Hell's Heroes (AT)— U 

12-29-29 

Hell's Highroad— PDC. .8-30-25 

Hell's Highway (AT)— RKO 

9- 27-32 

Hell's Hinges— TRI 2-17-16 

Hell's Hole — F 192 J 

Hell's House (AT)— CAP 

2- 14-32 

Hell's Island (AT)— COL 

7- 20-30 

Hell's Oasis— IND 1921 

Hell's Valley (AT)— NAT 

1931 

Hell's Valley— BIF 1930 

Hellhounds of the Plains — 

GOO.. 1926 
Help, Help Police— F. .. 5-14-19 
Help Wanted Male— PAT 

8- 22-20 

Help Yourself— G 1921 

He-Man's Country— RA . . . 1926 
Her Accidental Husband — 

CBC. 5-6-23 
Her American Husband — TRI 

1-24-18 

Her American Prince — MT 

8- 3-16 

Her Aviator— ARW 

Her Beloved Enemy— PAT. 1917 
Her Beloved Villain— REA 

1-2-21 

Her Better Self— PAR. .5-17-17 

Her Big Adventure— KER . 1926 

Her Big Night— U 8-22-26 

Her Bitter Cup— U 3-30-16 

Her Body in Bond— MUR 

6-23-18 

Her Boy— M 2-14-18 

Her Code of Honor— TRB 

3- 9-19 

Her Country First— PAR 

9- 1-18 

Her Country's Call— MT. . 1917 
Her Debt of Honor— M. 1-27-16 

Her Decision— TRI 5-12-18 

Her Double Life— F. ... 10-5-16 
Her Elephant Man — F. . .2-1-20 
Her Excellency the Governor — 
FAT. .7-5-17 

275 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Her Face Value— PAR. . 11-6-21 
Her Fatal Millions— M .7-22-23 
Her Father Said So— FBO 

1927 

Her Father's Gold— MT 

5-11-16 

Her Father's Keeper— FAT 

3- 22-17 

Her Father's Son— PAR. 9-28-16 
Her Fighting Chance — JAC 

8-16-17 

Her Final Reckoning— PAR 

6-9-18 

Her First Elopement — REA 

1-23-21 

Her Five Foot Highness — U 

4-3-20 

Her Game— UNI 1919 

Her Gilded Cage— PAR. 8-20-22 
Her Good Name— VAN. .2-1-17 
Her Great Hour— EQW. 1-13-16 
Her Great Match— M .. .9-16-13 
Her Great Price— M. . .3-30-16 
Her Greatest Chance — SEL 

12-22-18 

Her Greatest Love— F. .4-26-17 
Her Greatest Performance — 

TRI.. 8-3-19 
Her Half Brother— CRP. . .1922 
Her Honor, the Governor — 

FBO. .8-1-26 
Her Honor, The Mayor— F 

8-22-20 

Her Hour— PWO 12-6-17 

Her Husband's Friend— PAR 

11-20 

Her Husband's Honor— AMU 

8- 11-13 

Her Husband's Secret— FN 

5- 24-25 

Her Husband's Trade-Mark— 

PAR.. 2-26-22 
Her Husband's Wife— IV 

6- 29-16 

Her Inspiration— M 1918 

Her Kingdom of Dreams— 

FN.. 10-5-19 
Her Life and His— PAT. .2-8-17 
Her Lord and Master— VIT 

1921 

Her Love Story— PAR. 10-12-24 
Her Mad Bargain— FN .... 1922 
Her Mad Night (AT)— 

MAF. . 10-12-32 

Her Majesty— AE 1922 

Her Majestv, Love (AT)— 

FN. .11-29-31 

Her Man— PAT 8-25-18 

Her Man (AT)— PAT. .9-21-30 
Her Man O'War— PDC. 10-24-26 
Her Market Value— PDC .. 1925 
Hei< Maternal Right— WO 

5-11-16 

Her Mistake— FCH 1918 

Her Moment— RAL 7-21-18 

Her Marriage Vow— WA. . . 1924 
Her Mother's Secret— F. .. 1916 

Her New York— PAT 1917 

Her Night of Nights— U. 6-25-22 
Her Night of Romance — FN 

11-30-24 
Her Official Fathers— TRI 

4- 26-17 

Her One Mistake— F 1918 

Her Only Way— SEL. .8-25-18 
Her Own Free Will— PDC 

9- 14-24 

Her Own Money— PAR .. 2-6-22 
Her Own People— PAR. 2-15-17 
Her Own Story— GOO. .. 1926 

Her Own Way— M 1921 

Her Price— F 7-14-18 

Her Private Affair (AT & S)— 



Her Private Life (AT & S)— 
FN. .1929 
Her Purchase Price — RC 

8-31-19 

Her Reputation — FN 1923 

Her Right to Live— VIT 

1-18-17 

Her Sacrifice — SAN 1-30 27 

Her Second Chance — FN 

4-25-26 

Her Second Husband— EMU 

1-10-18 

Her Secret— VIT 5-3-17 

Her Silent Sacrifice — SEL 

1-17-18 

Her Summer Hero — FBO 

12-25-27 

Her Sister— EMU 1-3-18 

Her Sister from Paris — FN 

8- 30-25 
Her Sister's Rival— PAT 

12-6-17 

Her Social Value— ;FN. .2-19-22 
Her Soul's Inspiration — BL 

1-11-17 

Her Story— SEC 1922 

Her Strange Desire (AT) — 

POP. .8-5-32 
Her Strange Wedding — PAR 

6-21-17 

Her Sturdy Oak— REA. .8-7-21 
Her Surrender— IV.... 10-26-16 
Her Temporary Husband — FN 
12-16-23 

Her Temptation — F 5-10-17 

Her Unborn Child (AT)— 

WIP..1930 
Her Unwilling Husband— PAT 

11- 21-20 

Her Way of Love— AM. 8-25-29 
Her Wedding Night (AT)— 

PAR.. 9-28-30 
Her Wild Oat— FN.... 2-12-28 
Her Winning Way— REA 

9- 25-21 

Here Comes the Bride— PAR 

1-26-19 

Here He Comes— SIE 1927 

Heredity— WO 8-11-18 

Heritage— ROU 8-15-20 

Heritage of Hate— RED. 11-9-16 
Heritage of the Desert — PAR 

1-27-24 

Hero— PRE 1-14-23 

Hero for a Night— U. .11-27-27 
Hero of Submarine D-2 — VIT 
1916 

Hero ot the Big Snows — WA 

1926 

Hero of the Circus— U. 12-16-28 

Hero of the Hour— U 

Hero on Horseback— U. .7-24-27 

Heroes— PAR 

Heroes All— IML ....10-25-31 
Heroes and Husbands— FN . 1922 

Heroes in Blue— RA 1-8-28 

Heroes of the Night— LUM 

1-16-27 

Heroes of the Street — WA 

12- 24-23 

Heroic Lover— PAP 1929 

Heroic Lover — RAL 3-16-30 

Herzblut (AT-German)— TRL 

10- 4-32 

Hesper of the Mountains — VIT 



Hey, Hey, Cowboy— U. 

Hey, Rube!— FBO 

Hickville to Broadway- 
Hidden Aces— PAT.... 
Hidden Children— M . . . 

Hidden Code— PI 

Hidden Fires— G 

Hidden Gold (AT)— U. 
Hidden Light— COM... 

Hidden Loot— U 

Hidden Pearls— PAR... 
Hidden Scar— BRA.... 



.4-17-27 
.3-10-29 
— F 

9-4-21 
.8-21-27 
..4-5-17 
...1920 
11-24-18 
.. .1932 
...1921 
10-25-25 
..2-7-18 
.10-5-16 



Hidden Spring— M 8-2-17 

Hidden Truth— SEL 2-2-19 

Hidden Valley— PAT. .. 11-30-16 

Hidden Way— AE 1926 

Hidden Woman— AR 1922 

Hideout (AT)— U 4-13-30 

High and Handsome — FBO 

9-6-25 

Highbinders— AE 5-2-26 

High Finance— F 4-19-17 

High Flyer— RA 11-7-26 

High Hand— PAT 9-19-26 

High. Hat— FN 3-20-27 

High Heels— U 10-16-21 

High-Jacking Rustlers — RA.1926 

High Play— AMU 4-19-17 

High Pockets— AMU 1919 

High Pressure (AT)— WA 

1-31-32 

High Road— BOL 1922 

High Speed (AT)— COL 

4- 10-32 

High School Hero— F... 11-6-27 

High Sign — M 

High Sign— U .....1921 

High Speed— U 6-1-24 

High Speed— HAL 1-11-20 

High Stakes— TRI 5-26-18 

High Stakes (AT)— RKO 

5- 31-31 

High Steppers— FN 1926 

High Tide— TRI 9-1-18 

High Voltage (AT & S)— PAT 
7-28-29 

High-Speed Lee— ARW 

Highest Bid— AMU 6-29-16 

Highest Bidder— G 1921 

Highest Law— SEZ 1921 

Highest Trump— VIT. . .1-26-19 
High Society Blues (AT)— 

F.. 4-20-30 
High Treason (AT)— TIF 

1930 

Highway of Hope— PAR. 5-24-18 

Hill Billy— APA 3-23-24 

Hills of Hate— ARW 1921 

Hills of Kentucky— W A. 2-27-27 
Hills of Missing Men— AE. 1922 

Hills of Peril— F 5-15-27 

Hillcrest Mystery— PAT. 4-11-18 
Hinton's Double— PAT. .4-26-17 

Hired Man— PAR 1-31-18 

Hir^ekorn Greift Ein (AT- 
German)— CAP. .6-15-32 
His Back Against the Wall — G 

5- 21-22 

His Birthright— HWA.. 9-15-18 
His Bonded Wife— M .... 12-1-18 
His Bridal Night— SEL.. 7-27-19 
His Brother's Keeper— PI .. 1921 
His Brother's Place— M. .. .1919 
His Brother's Wife— BRA 

6-1-16 

His Buddy's Wife— AE. .7-19-25 
His Captive Woman (PT & S) 
FN. .4-7-29 
His Children's Children— PAR 
11-11-23 

His Darker Self— PDC. . 3-30-24 
His Daughter Pays — DO 0.1919 

His Debt— RC 5-25-19 

His Divorced Wife— U. . 11-9-19 

His Dog— PAT 8-28-27 

His Enemy, The Law — TRI 

6- 16-18 

His Father's Son— M 3-22-17 

His Father's Wife— WO. .. 1919 
His First Command (AT) — 

PAT. . 1930 
His Foreign Wife— PAT 

10-23-27 
His Forgotten Wife— FBO 

4-6-24 

His Glorious Night (AT)— 

M-G-M.. 10-6-29 
His Greatest Battle— AY. .. 1926 
His Greatest Sacrifice— F. 5-1-21 
His Hour— MG 9-14-24 

277 



1 3,262 TITLES 



House in Order — PAR 

3-14-20 

Jazz Bride— WA 5-2-26 

Last Battle— EXH.... 1928 
Last Dollar— PAR.... 1914 
Last Haul— FBO... 3-17-29 
Last Race— GOL.... 9-9-23 
Late Excellency— Ufa .1929 
Lucky Day (PT & S)— U 
1929 

Majesty, Bunker Bean — 

PAR.. 4-18-18 
Majesty Bunker Bean — 

WA.. 9-20-25 
Majesty the American — UA 
9-28-19 
Master's Voice— LUM 

10- 25-25 

Mortgaged Wife— U... 1918 
Mother's Boy— PAR. 1-3-18 
Mystery Girl— U. . 12-23-23 
Neighbor's Wife— PAR 

1913 

New York Wife— PRE 

11- 12-26 

Nibs— EXC 1922 

Official Fiancee— PAR 

5-19-18 

Old Fashioned Dad— PAR 
1917 

Own Home Town — PAR 

5-19-18 

Own Law— G 2-6-21 

Own Law— SR 1924 

Own People— VIT... 1-3-18 
Parisian Wife— ART 

1-19-19 

People— U 11-15-25 

Picture in the Papers — 

FAT.. 2-10-16 
Private Life— PAR. 11-18-28 
Rise to Fame — EXP 

3- 20-27 
Robe of Honor — HOD 

1-31-18 
Royal Highness— PWO 

3-7-18 

s Secretary — MG 12-27-25 

s Supreme Moment — FN 

4- 19-25 

s Sweetheart— PAR 2-1-17 

s Temporary Wife— HOD 

1- 25-20 

s Tiger Lady— PAR... 6-3-28 
s Wife's Friend— PAR. 2-1 5-20 
s Wife's Good Name— VIT 

9- 14-16 
s Wife's Husband— AR 

5- 14-22 
Wife's Money— SEZ 

2- 29-20 

Woman — U 

Woman (AT)— PAR 

12-6-31 

t and Run— U 8-10-24 

t of the Show (PT & S)— 
FBO.. 7-1-28 

t or Miss— WO 3-16-19 

t the Deck (AT)— RKO 

1-19-30 
t-The-Trail-Holiday— ART 

6-9-18 

tting the High Spots — M 

12-8-18 

tting the Trail— WO. 12-8-18 

tchin* Posts— U 8-29-20 

Hjartats Rost (AT-Swedish) — 
PAR.. 6-28-31 
Hoarded Assets— VIT. . 12-22-18 
Hobbs in a Hurry— PAT 

10- 6-18 

Hogan's Alley— WA. . .11-29-25 

Hold Devil— AEP 1928 

Hold That Lion — PAR. .9-12-26 



Hold 'Em Jail (AT) — RKO 

8-20-32 

Hold 'era Yale— Pat 8-5-28 

Hold Everything (AT)— WA 

3- 30-30 

Hold Your Breath— PDC. 6-1-24 

Hold Your Horses— G 2-6-21 

Hold Your Man (AT & S)— U 

10-27-29 

Holdane of the Secret Service — 
HOU. .1922 
Hole in the Wall (AT)— PAR 

4- 21-29 

Hole in the Wall— M .. 11-27-21 
Holiday (AT)— PAT. . .6-15-30 
Hollow of Her Hand— SEL 

1-5-19 

Holy Terror (AT)— F. .7-19-31 

Hollywood— PAR 8-5-23 

Hollywood Revue of 1929 (AT) 
M-G-M. .8-18-29 
Hollywood Speaks (AT) — 

COL. . 7-1-32 

Holy Devil— EUR 1928 

Home— U 1919 

Home— INC 8-10-16 

Home Breaker— PAR .... 5-4-19 

Home James — U 9-23-28 

Home Keeping Hearts — AE 

10-2-21 

Home Made— FN 12-25-27 

Home Maker— U 7-26-25 

Home Stretch— PAR 5-8-21 

Home Struck— FBO.... 1-16-27 

Home Stuff— M 6-19-21 

Home Talent— APR 6-19-21 

Home Towners (AT)— WA 

10-28-28 

Home Town Girl— PAR. 5-25-19 

Home Trail— VIT 4-4-18 

Home Wanted — WO. . . .6-29-19 
Homecoming, The (S-SE) — 

PAR. .11-25-28 
Homer Comes Home — PAR 

7-4-20 

Homesick — F 1928 

Homesick (S-SE)— F. .. 1-27-29 

Homespun— PAT 1919 

Homespun Folks— APR. .9-5-20 
Homespun Vamp— PAR ... 1922 
Homeward Bound— PAR. 8-19-23 
Homicide Squad (AT; — U 

8- 30-r. 

Honest Hutch— G 9-19-20 

Honest Man— TRI 1918 

Honesty — the Best Policy— F 

9- 12-26 

Honey (AT)— PAR .... 3-30-30 
Honey Bee, The— PAT. . 5-23-30 
Honeymoon — M-G-M ...8-11-29 

Honeymoon — SEL 1917 

Honeymoon Abroad — WW 

5- 5-29 

Honeymoon Express — WA.1926 
Honeymoon Flats — U.. 11-25-28 
Honeymoon Hate — PAR 

12-25-27 
Honeymoon Lane (AT) — 

PAR. .8-2-31 
Honeymoon Ranch — LUB 

10-24-20 

Honky Tonk (AT & S)— WA 

6- 9-29 

Honor— ACA 9-15-29 

Honor— AM 1928 

Honor Among Men — F 1924 

Honor Among Lovers (AT) — 
PAR. .3-1-31 

Honor Bound — F 1928 

Honor Bound — U 11-7-20 

Honor First— F 1922 

Honor of His House— PAR 

4-18-18 

Honor of Mary Blake — BL 

12-14-16 
Honor of the Family (AT) — 

FN.. 10-18-31 
Honor of the Mounted (AT) — 
MOP.. 9-29-32 



Honor of the Press (AT) — 

MAF.. 7-14-32 

Honor System — F 5-3-17 

Honor Thy Name— INC . 7-27-16 

Honor's Altar — TRI 3-2-16 

Honor's Cross— G 5-2-18 

Honorable Algy— INC. . 11-2-16 

Honorable Cad — U 

Honorable Friend— PAR. 8-3 1-16 

Hoodlum— FN 9-7-19 

Hoodman Blind— F 1-20-24 

Hoodoo Ann— FAT 4-6-16 

Hoodoo Ranch— ARC 1926 

Hoof Marks— PAT 12-11-27 

Hoofbeats of Vengeance — U 

6- 9-29 

Hook and Ladder— U. .. .1-6-24 
Hook and Ladder No. 9— FBO 
10-16-27 

Hook, Line and Sinker (AT) — 
RKO.. 12-14-30 

Hoop-La— EXI 1919 

Hoops of Steel— HOD 

Hoosier Romance — SEL.8T-25-18 
Hoosier Schoolmaster— PDC 

3-30-24 

Hop, the Devil's Brew — BL 

2- 24-16 

Hope— M 1920 

Hope Chest— PAR 1-12-19 

Hopper — TRI 2-7-18 

Hornet's Nest— VIT . . . /7-13-19 

Horse Ate the Hat— MOV 

9-6-31 

Horse Feathers (AT)— PAR 

8-12-32 

Horse Shoes— PAT 4-24-27 

Horseman of the Plains — F 

3- 18-28 

Hostage — PAR 9-27-17 

Hot Curves (AT)— TIF 

7- 6-30 

Hot for Paris (AT)— F. . . . 1929 
Hot Heels— U 6-10-28 

Hot Heiress (AT)— FN . 3-15-31 

Hot News— PAR 7-29-28 

Hot Saturday (AT)— PAR 

11-5-32 

Hot Stuff (PT & S)— FN 

4- 21-29 

Hot Water— PAT 11-2-24 

Hotel Continental (AT) — 

TIF.. 3-20-32 

Hotel Imperial— PAR 1-9-27 

Hottentot— FN 12-17-23 

Hottentot (AT & S)— WA 

9-2-29 

Hound of Silver Creek — U 

9-2-28 

Hound of the Bakervilles (AT) 
— FD. .4-10-32 

Hound of the Baskervilles — 

FBO. .9-17-22 

Hour Before Dawn— PAR. 1913 

Hour of Reckoning — DAV 

12-11-27 

House Built Upon Sand— FAT 
1-18-17 

House Divided— FCH 1919 

House Divided, A (AT)— U 

1-10-32 

House of a Thousand Candles — 
SEL.. 9-9-15 
House of Death (AT-Russian) 

—AM. .8-13-32 
House of Fear— PAT... 12-9-15 

House of Glass— SEI 3-7-18 

House of Gold— M 6-30-18 

House of Horror (PT & S)— 
FN.. 6-23-29 
House of Intrigue — EXI.. 1919 
House of Lies— PAR. ...9-21-16 
House of Mirrors— MT.. 8-10-16 

House of Mirth— M 8-11-18 

House of Mystery— ARW 

House of Scandal— TIF. .7-15-28 
House of Secrets (AT)— CHE 

5- 26-29 

House of Shame — CHE. 8-26-28 

279 



1 3,262 TITLES 



House of Silence— PAR.. 4-18-18 
House of Solomon — AR....1922 
House of Tears— M.... 12-16-15 

House of Temperly — PAR 

House of the Golden Windows — 
PAR. .8-10-16 
House of the Tolling Bell— PAT 
9-5-20 

House of Toys— PAT... 5-30-20 
House of Whispers— HOD 

9-26-20 

House of Youth— PDC. 11-30-24 
House That Jazz Built— REA 

5- 15-21 

House Without Children — FIL 
8-10-19 

How Baxter Butted In— WA 

7-5-25 

How Britain Prepared — PAI 

6- 1-16 

How Could You, Caroline? — 

PAT. .5-2-18 
How Could You, Jean? — ART 

6- 16-18 

How He Lied to Her Husband 
(AT)— BI.. 1-18-31 
How Molly Made Good— STE 
10-14-15 

How to Educate a Wife— WA 

8- 17-24 

How to Handle Women — U 

7- 8-28 

How Women Love— BB .8-27-22 
Huck and Tom— PAR. . .3-14-18 
Huckleberry Finn— PAR. 2-29-20 
Huckleberry Finn (AT)— 

PAR— 8-9-31 
Huddle (AT)— MGM.... 5-29-32 
Hugon, The Mighty— U 

10-13-18 

Hula— PAR 9-4-27 

Hulda from Holland— PAR 

7- 20-16 

Human Clay— IV 1919 

Human Collateral— VIT . . . 1920 
Human Driftwood— EQW 

4-13-16 

Human Hearts — U 7-16-22 

Human Passions— TV 1919 

Human Stuff— U 6-20-20 

Human Targets (AT)— BIF 

1-24-32 

Human Tornado — FBO .6-28-25 
Human Wreckage— FBO. 7-1-23 
Humdrum Brown — HOD 

4-18-18 

Humoresque— PAR 5-9-20 

Humming Bird— PAR ... 1-20-24 

Hunch— M 10-9-21 

Hunchback— FGU 1928 

Hunchback of Notre Dame — U 

9- 16-23 

Hundredth Chance— STL . 1 -2-2 1 
Hungarian Nights — AGF . 6-8-30 

Hun Within— PAR 9-1-18 

Huns Within Our Gates— ARW 
Hungarian Rhapsody (S-SE) — 
PAR.. 8-1 1-29 

Hungry Eyes— BL 3-14-18 

Hungry Heart— PBW. .. 1-25-17 
Hungry Heart— PAR .. 11-29-17 

Hungry Hearts— G 12-3-22 

Hunted (AT & S)— RKO.. 1929 
Hunted People— ABA. . 10-14-28 

Hunted Men— SYN 5-25-30 

Hunted Woman— VIT .. .3-9-16 

Hunted Woman— F 3-29-25 

Hunting Big Game in Africa — 
U.. 1-14-23 
Hunting of the Hawk— PAT 

4-5-17 

Hunting Tigers in India (AT)— 
TPE.. 10-27-29 
Huntin' Trouble — PHD 1924 



GLADYS LEHMAN 



Scenarist 



"BACK STREET" 



STRICTLY DISHONORABLE" 



"SEED' 



HUSBANDS COST MONEY' 



FRANK LLOYD 



Director 



II 



CAVALCADE 



FOX 



Hantingtower — PAR 1928 

Huntress — FN 10-7-23 

Huntress of Men— U 4-27-16 

Hurra I Ein Junge (AT- 

German) — CAP. .6-24-32 
Hurrah, I'm Alive — UFA 

6-22-30 

Hurricane (AT & S) — COL 

11-3-29 

Hurricane Horseman — ARC 

1926 

Hurricane Horseman (AT) — 
WK. .10-11-31 

Hurricane Kid— U 12-28-24 

Hurricane's Gal— FN .... 7-30-22 

Husband Hunter- — F 9-19-20 

Husband Hunters— TIF . . . 1927 
Husband and Wife— BRA 

8- 24-16 

Husbands and Lovers — FN 

12-28-24 
Husbands and Lovers — RIM 

11- 27-27 
Husbands and Wives — GAU 

1920 

Husbands by Proxy— FFS. 1928 
Husbands for Rent — WA 

9- 30-28 

Husband's Holiday (AT)— 

PAR. . 1-3-32 

Hush— EQU 5-1-21 

Hush Money— PAR.... 11-27-21 
Hush Money (AT)— F. .7-12-31 

Hushed Hour— GAR 1919 

Hutch of the U. S. A.— STE 
8-10-24 

Hypnotized (AT)— WW 

12- 17-32 

Hypocrisy — F 6-8-16 

Hypocrites— PAR 1914 

Hypocrites— PS 

Hypocrites— LON 5-12-18 



—I— 

I Am a Fugitive from a Chain 
Gang (AT)— WA. 10-21-32 
I Am From Siam (AT)— 

PIC. .9-6-31 
I Am Guilty— APR.... 4-24-21 
I Am the Law— AFF. .. .5-7-22 
I Am the Man— CH A.... 1924 
I Am the Woman— KRE. . 1921 

I Believe— TCS 7-5-17 

I Can Explain— M 2-19-22 

I Do— AE. 1921 

I Defy— ARI 1922 

I Kiss Your Hand Madame 

(S-SE)-SDC. 8-30-32 
I Like Your Nerve (AT)— 

FN. .9-13-31 

I Love You— TRI 1-10-18 

I Lost My Heart in Heidelberg 
—WIN.. 1928 
I Take This Woman (AT) — 

PAR. .6-14-31 
I Want My Man— FN . .4-19-25 
I Want to Forget— F. .12-29-18 
I Will Repay- VIT.... 11-15-17 
Ibanez* Torrent— M-G-M. 3-7-26 

Ice Flood— U 9-19-26 

Iced Bullet— INC 2-1-17 

Icebound— PAR 3-9-24 

Idaho Red (S-SE)— RKO 

4-28-29 

Idle Class — FN 10-2-21 

Idle Hands— PI 1921 

Idle Rich (AT)— M-G-M 

6-23-29 

Idle Rich— M 11-6-21 

Idle Tongues— FN 12-14-24 

Idle Wives— U 9-28-16 

Idler — F 1914 

Idolaters — TRI 9-13-17 

Idol Dancer — FN 3-23-20 

Idol of the North— PAR. 5-22-21 
Idol of the Stage — GAU . 1-27-16 
Idols of Clay— PAR. . .11-23-20 



If 1 Had a Million (AT)— 

PAR.. 12-3-32 
If I Marry Again— FN. . 1-18-25 

If I Were King— F 7-4-20 

If I Were Queen— FBO 

10-22-22 

If I Were Single— W A. . 1-1-28 
If Marriage Fails— FBO. 6-14-25 
If My Country Should Call— 

RED. .9-7-16 

If Only Jim— U 2-27-21 

If Women Only Knew— RC 
5-29-21 

If Winter Comes— F 9-9-23 

If You Believe It. It's So— 

PAR. .7-16-22 

Igdenbu— AM 12-7-30 

Igloo (S-SE)— U 1932 

Ihre Hoheit Befiehlt (AT- 

German) — UFA 11-8-31 

II Est Charmant (AT- 

French)— PAR.. 4-10-32 
II Richiamo Del Cuore (AT- 
Italian— PAR.. 3-8-31 

I'll Be There— SIE 1927 

I'll Say So— F 1918 

I'll Show You the Town— U 

5- 31-25 

I'll Get Him Yet— PAR. 5-25-19 
Illegal (AT)— WA ....9-29-32 

Illicit (AT)— WA 1930 

Illicit (AT)— WA 1-18-31 

Illusion (AT & S)— PAR 

9-29-29 

Illusions— ROM 1921 

Illustrious Prince — RC. 11-16-19 
Im Geheimdienst (AT-Ger- 

man) — UFA. .3-6-32 
I'm Glad My Boy Grew Up to 
Be a Soldier— SEL. . 12-16-15 

Image Maker— PAT 1-11-17 

Immediate Lee — AMU. 11-16-16 

Immigrant — PAR 12-23-15 

Immortal Flame— IV 3-2-16 

Immortal Vagabond (AT) — 

UFA.. 1930 
Immortal Vagabond (AT) — 

TPE. .8-2-31 

Imp— SEZ 1920 

Impatient Maiden (AT) — U 

3-6-32 

Impossible Boy— PAC 1922 

Impossible Catherine— PAT 1919 
Impossible Mrs. Bellew — PAR 

10-29-22 

Impossible Susan — AMU. 7-28-18 

Imposter — EMU 1-31-18 

Imposter — FBO 6-27-26 

Impulse— ARW 1922 

In Again-Out Again — ART 

5-3-17 

In a Moment of Temptation — 
FBO— 10-9-27 

In Bad— AMU 2-14-18 

In Borrowed Plumes — ARW 

3-7-26 

In Broncho Land — RA 1926 

In Every Woman's Life — 

FN. .11-2-24 
In Fast Company— TRU. 6-15-24 

In Folly's Trail— U 8-22-20 

In for Thirty Days— M . .2-2-19 
In Gay Madrid (AT)— MGM 

6- 22-30 

In High Gear— SU 2-8-25 

In His Brother's Place — M 

7- 13-19 

In Hollywood with Potash and 

Perlmutter — FN 9-28-24 

In Honor's Web— VIT. .11-9-19 

In Judgment of — M 8-25-18 

In Line of Duty (AT) — 

MOP. .11-29-31 

In Love with Love — F 1925 

In Mizzoura— PAR.... 10-19-19 
In Old Arizona (AT & S) — 

AUD— 1-13-29 
In Old California (AT & S)— 

AUD.. 9-15-29 



1 3,262 TITLES 



In Old Cheyenne (AT) — 

WW. .5-3-31 
In Old Kentucky— FN. 12-28-19 
In Old Kentucky— M-G-M 

11- 27-27 

In Old Siberia— AM.... 7-28-29 
In Pursuit of Polly— PAR . 1918 
Tn Search of Arcady— EXI . 1919 
In Search of a Hero — GER. 1926 
In Search of a Sinner — FN 

3-14-20 

In Search of a Thrill— M 

11- 4-23 

Tn Self Defense— GH A. .4-30-22 
In Slumberland— TRI . . . .8-9-17 

In Society— PI 1921 

In the Headlines (AT & S)— 
WA..1929 
In the Name of Love — PAR 

8- 30-25 

In the Next Room (AT)— 

FN.. 4-6-30 
In the South Seas With Mr. 
& Mrs. Pinchot— TPE.. 1930 

In the Balance— VIT 1917 

In the Days of St. Patrick— 

KEL..1921 
In the Days of the Crusaders 

(S-SE)— AM. .9-27-32 
In the Diplomatic Service — M 

10-26-16 

In the First Degree— STE. 1927 
In the Hands of the Law — 

BM.. 4-19-17 
In the Heart of a Fool— FN 

1921 

In the Hollow of Her Hand— 
SEZ. .1918 

In the Name of the Law— FBO 
7-16-22 

In the Night— PS 192? 

In the Palace of the King — ES 
10-7-15 

In the Palace of the King — G 

12- 9-23 

In Walked Mary— PAT. 2-29-20 

In Wrong— FN 12-21-19 

Incorrigible Dukane — PAR 

9-9-15 

Indestructible Wife— SEL .. 1919 
[ndiscreet (AT)— UA ..5-10-31 
Indiscreet Corinne— TRI . 11-8-17 

Indiscretion— VIT 1-18-17 

Indiscretion— PI 1921 

Inevitable, The— ERB .. .4-12-17 
Inez from Hollywood — FN 

12- 21-24 
Infamous Miss Revelle — M 

9-4-21 

Infatuation— AMU 9-9-15 

Infatuation— FN 1-10-26 

Infatuation of Youth — GAU 

1921 

Inferior Sex— FN 5-9-20 

Infidel, The — FN 4-23-22 

Information Kid (AT)— U. 1932 

Ingagi— COG ■ 3-15-31 

Inherited Passions — HGA 

9- 21-16 

Inn of the Blue Moon— SHE 

Inner Chamber— VIT .. .9-25-21 

Inner Man— SYR 1923 

Inner Man— PS 1922 

Inner Ring — U 

Inner Shrine— PAR 8-2-17 

Inner Struggle— AMU . .6-22-16 

Inner Voice— AME 3-28-20 

Inner Voice— PAT 2-14-18 

Innocence— CBC 1923 

Innocence of Ruth— EDK 

2-3-16 

Innocent— PAT 1-17-18 



Innocent Adventures — PAR 

1919 

Innocent Cheat — ARW . . 6-25-22 

Innocent Lie— PAR 5-11-16 

Innocent Magdalene — FAT 

6- 8-16 

Innocent Sinner — F 8-9-17 

Innocent's Progress — TRI 

4-4-18 

Innocents of Paris (AT & S) — 
PAR. .4-28-29 
Inside of the Cup — PAR. 1-16-21 
Inside of the Lines— PYR. 9-1-18 
Inside the Lines (AT) — RKO 
7-13-30 

Insinuation— CLR 1922 

Island of Lost Souls (AT) — 

PAR. .1932 
Isle of Paradise (AT)— 

ADP. .7-22-32 

Inspiration — EXP 5-27-28 

Inspiration (AT)— MGM 

2-8-31 

Interference (AT & S)— PAR 

11-18-28 

Interferin' Gent— PAT .. .9-4-27 

Interloper — WO 6-9-18 

International Marriage — PAR 

8-3-16 

Intolerance 1916 

Into Her Kingdom— FN . 8-22-26 
Into No Man's Land — EXP 

9-23-28 

Into the Net— PAT 1924 

Into the Night — RAE. . .8-26-28 
Into the Primitive— SEL. 5-25-16 

Intrigue— VIT 3-15-17 

Intrigue— LEV 1922 

Intrigue— PAR 9-2816 

Introduce Me— AE 3-15-25 

Intrusion of Isabel — PAT . 4-6-19 
Invaders (S-SE)— SYN 

11-24-29 

Invisible Bond — PAR 1919 

Invisible Divorce— NF. . . .8-8-20 
Invisible Enemy — EKO .4-20-16 

Invisible Fear— FN 4-2-22 

Invisible Power— G 10-2-21 

Irene— FN 3-7-26 

Iris— PAT 1917 

Irish Destiny— EPP 4-17-27 

Irish Eyes— TRI 1918 

Irish Hearts— \VA 5-29-27 

Irish Luck— PAR 11-29-25 

Iron First — RA 1926 

Iron Hand — U 

Iron Heart— PWO 8-9-17 

Iron Horse — F 9-7-24 

Iron Man— CHA 6-28-25 

Iron Man (AT) — U ...4-19-31 
Iron Mask (PT & S)— UA 

3- 24-29 

Iron Rider— F 11-28-20 

Iron Ring— PWO 8-9-17 

Iron Strain — M 10-12-16 

Iron to Gold— F 3-12-22 

Iron Trail — UA 11-6-21 

Iron Woman — M 10-12-16 

Irresistible Lover — U 9-4-27 

Is Any Girl Safe— ANT. 9-21-16 
Is Divorce a Failure? — AE.1923 
Is Everybody Happy? (AT & 
S)— WA.. 11-10-29 
Is Life Worth Living?— SEZ 

7- 24-21 

Is Love Everything? — AE 

11-2-24 

Is Matrimony a Failure? — PAR 

4- 23-22 

Is Money Everything? — LBR 

1923 

Is My Face Red (AT)— 

RKO.. 6-11-32 

Is That Nice? — FBO 1927 

Is There Justice? (AT)— 

WW. .9-20-31 

Is Zat So? — F S-22-27 

Isle of Conquest — SEZ.. 11 -9- 19 
Isle of Destiny— RI A 1921 



Isle of Doubt— AE 9-17-22 

Isle of Forgotten Women — COL 
12-4-27 

Isle of Hope— FBO 8-23-25 

Isle of Life— RED 10-26-16 

Isle of Lost Men— RA. .12-9-28 
Isle of Lost Ships— FN. .3-18-23 
Isle of Lost Ships (AT & S)— 
FN.. 10-27-29 

Isle of Love— GAU 5-18-16 

Isle of Retribution — FBO 

7-4-26 

Isle of Vanishing Men — ALD 

3-16-24 

Isle of Zorda— PAT.... 3-12-22 

Island of Desire— F 1-4-17 

Island of Intrigue — M 1919 

Island of Regeneration— VIT 

1915 

Island of Surprise— VIT. 2-3-16 

Island Wives— VIT 3-26-22 

Isle of Escape (AT)— WA 

4-6-30 

Isn't Life Wonderful— UA 

12-1-24 

Isobel— DAV 12-5-20 

Is This Love2 (AT-Ita'.ian) — 
CAT.. 11-16-30 

It— PAR 2-13-27 

It Can Be Done— VIT 1921 

It Can Be Done (PT & S)— U 
4-7-29 

It Happened in Paris— TY 

3-7-20 

It Happened in Honolulu — U... 
It Happened to Adele— PAT 

1917 

It Is the Law— F 9-7-24 

It Isn't Being Done This Sea- 
son— VIT 1921 

It Might Happen to You — SEE 
11-14-20 

It Must Be Love— FN. 10-10-26 
It Pays to Advertise — PAR 

11-30-19 

It Pays to Advertise (AT)— 
PAR. .2-22-31 

It's a Bear— TRI 3-2-19 

It's a Great Life— G 9-5-20 

It's a Great Life (AT & S)— 
M-G-M..1929 

It's a Wise Child (AT)— 

MGM . . 5-17-31 

It's Easy to Become a Father — 
UFA.. 6-30-29 

It's Easy to Make Money — M 

7-20-19 

It's the Old Army Game — PAR 
7-18-26 
It's Tough to be Famous 

(AT)— FN.. 4-10-32 
Italy's Flaming Front — FN 

1918 

Italian Battle Front— FOP. 1918 

Itching Palms— FBO 7-22-23 

Ivan the Terrible— AM .... 1928 
Ivory Snuff— WO 9-16-15 



J'Accuse — UA 5-15-21 

Jack and Jill— PAR. ... 11-22-17 
Jack and the Beanstalk — F 

10-11-17 

Jack Knife Man— FN ... .8-8-20 

Jack O'Clubs— U 2-10-24 

Jack O'Hearts— ACI... 10-17-26 

Jack Rider— AY 8-14-21 

Jack Spurlock- Prodigal— F.1918 

Jack Straw— PAR 4-3-20 

Jackie — F 11-27-21 

Jacqueline or Blazing Barriers — 
ARW.. 5-13-23 
Jacques of the Silver North — 

SEL.. 6-8-19 

Jade Casket— COS 6-30-29 

Jade Cup— FBO 7-11-26 

Jaffery — FRO 9-14-16 

Jaguar's Claws— PAR 6-7-17 

Jailbird— PAR 10-3-20 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Jake the Plumber— FBO 

12-17-27 
Jan of the Big Snows — AR 

7-9-22 

Jane — PAR 12-9-15 

Jane Eyre— HOD 10-16-21 

jane Goes a-Wooing — PAR 

I- 12-19 

Jango— QDE 1929 

Janice Meredith — MG ...8-10-24 
Japanese Nightingale — PAT 

9-1-18 

Java Head— PAR 2-11-23 

Jaws of Hell (AT)— WW 

Mi-ji 

Jaws of Steel— WA 9-25-27 

Jazz Age— RKO 1-13-29 

Jazz Cinderella (AT)— CHE 

9- 28-30 

Jazz Girl— MPG 6-19-27 

Jazz Heaven (AT & S)— RKO 

II- 3-29 

Jazz Land— QU 3-10-29 

Jazz Mad— U 8-26-28 

Jazz Monkey — U 

Jazz Singer— WA 10-23-27 

Jazzmania — M 2-18-23 

Jealous Husbands— FN. . .2-3-24 

Jealousy— F 11-23-16 

jealousy— UFA 10-7-28 

jealousy (AT)— PAR .. .9-15-29 
Jean De La Lune (AT- 

French)— TOB . .3-13-32 

Jeanne Dore— BL 1-20-16 

Jeanne Dore— FFS 1928 

Jeanne of the Gutter — M...1919 
Jean of the Woods— WO. 7-28-18 

Jeannie— SEZ 1920 

Jede Frau Hat Etwas (AT- 

German) — PAR. . 5-24-31 
Jenny Be Good— REA. .. 5-16-20 

Jes' Call Me Jim— G 5-30-20 

Jesse James— PAR 10-23-27 

lew at War— AM 7-26-31 

jewel— U 1915 

Jewel in Pawn— BL 4-19-17 

Jewels of Desire— PDC... 1927 
Jewel Robbery (AT)— WA 

7-23-32 

Jilt— U 11-26-22 

Jilted Janet— AMU 2-28-18 

Jim Bludso— FAT 2-1-17 

Jim Grimsby's Boy— INC 

10- 19-16 
Jim the Conqueror — PDC 

1-16-27 

Jim the Penman — FN... 3-27-21 
Jimmie's Millions— FBO .. 3-1-25 

Jinx — G 9-28-19 

joan of P'.attsburg — G... 5-12-18 
Joan of the Woods— WO. 1918 
Joan the Woman— PAR. .1-4-17 

Joanna- FN 12-20-25 

Johanna Enlists — ART... 9-8- 18 

John Barleycorn— PAR 1914 

John Ermine of Yellowstone — U 
1917 

John Forest Finds Himself — 

HEP. .12-11-21 
John Gladye's Honour— PAT 

1915 

John Needham's Double — BL 

4-13-16 

John Petticoats — PAR. . 11-23-19 

John Smith SEZ 1922 

johnny— SEZ 

Johnny Get Your Gun— ART 

3-23-19 

Johnny Get Your Hair Cut— 

M-G-M.. 2-6-27 
Johnny-on-the-Spot — M .2-23-19 
Johnny Ring and the Captain's 
Sword— TEM 8-28-21 



Johnstown Flood— F 3-7-26 

Jolly Peasant— FER 1929 

Jolt— F 1922 

Jordan in a Hard Road— FAT 

11- 25-15 

Joselyn's Wife— EXI 1919 

Josely'i Wife— TIF. ... 11-14-26 
Joseph in the Land of Egypt 

(At-Yiddish) — GUA . . 5-22-32 
Journey's End — HOD .. .6-19-21 
Journey's End— WO .... 6-19-18 
Journey's End (AT)— TIF 

4-13-30 

Joy-PS 

Joy and the Dragon — PAT. 1916 

Joy Girl — F 9-11-27 

Joy Street (S-SE)— F. .. .8-4-29 

Joyous Liar— PAT 12-14-19 

Joyous Troublemaker — F 

6-20-20 

Jubilo — G 12-14-19 

Jucklins— PAR 12-26-20 

Judge Not— U 9-16-15 

Judgment— WO 10-2-21 

Judgment House— PAR . 1 1-29-17 
Judgment of the Hills— FBO 

8-14-27 

Judgment of the Storm — FBO 

12- 30-2.' 

Judith of the Cumberlands — MT 

8- 10-16 

Judy Forgot— U 1915 

Judy of Rogue's Harbor — REA 
2-8-20 

Juggernaut— VIT 1915 

Jules of the Strong Heart — 

PAR. .1-24-18 

Julius Caesar— KLE 2-12-22 

June Madness — M 10-1-22 

June Moon (AT)— PAR. 3-15-31 
Jungle Adventures — SEZ 

9- 18-21 

Jungle Child — INC 9-14-16 

Jungle Gentleman — U 

Jungle Killer, The (AT)— 

CEN. .11-26-32 

Jungle Trial — F 4-13-19 

Juno and the Paycock (AT) — 
BI.. 6-29-30 

Jury of Fate— M 8-16-17 

Just Another Blond— FN 

12-19-26 

Just Around the Corner — PAR 
1-8-22 

Just a Gigolo (AT)— MGM 

6-14-31 

Just a Song at Twilight— PS 

1922 

Just a Wife— SEZ 1920 

Just a Woman— FN.... 5-31-25 

Just a Woman — STG 5-2-18 

Just For A Song— WW... 1930 
Just For a Song (AT) — 

WW. .4-26-31 

Just for Tonight — G 1918 

Just Imagine (AT)— F. 10-19-30 

Just Jim— U 1915 

Just Like a Woman— HOD 

3-18-23 

Just Like Heaven (AT)— TIF 
10-19-30 

Just Married— PAR 8-19-28 

Just Off Broadway— F. . .2-3-24 
Just Off Broadway— CHE 

2-10-29 

Just Out of College— G. .2-13-21 
Just Outside the Door— SEZ 
1921 

Just Pals— F 11-21-20 

Just Squaw— EXI 1919 

Just Suppose— FN 1-24-26 

just Sylvia— WO 11-24-18 
ust Tony — F 8-20-22 
ust Travelin'— SIE 1926 
ustice Raffles— HEP 1924 



— K— 

K-The Unknown— U .... 8-3 1 -24 
Kaiser in Peace and War, The 
R.. 2-2-30 

Kaiserliebchen (AT-German) 

— TOB.. 11-15-31 
Kaiser, The — The Best of Berlin 
U.. 3-14-18 

Kaiser's Finish— WA ... 12-15-18 
Kaiser's Shadow— PAR. .6-23-18 

Kalda Ruby— SEZ 

Kameradschaft (At-German) — 

ASS. .11-10-32 
Karamazov (AT(ierman) — 

TOB. .9-27-31 
Kathleen Mavourneen — F..1919 
Kathleen Mavoureen (AT) — 

TIF.. 7-20-30 

Kazan— EPI 2-20-21 

Keep Going— SIE 1926 

Keep Moving— EDK .. .11-25-15 

Keep Going— PIZ 1928 

Keep Coin'— SIE 1928 

Keep Smiling— AE 7-19-25 

Keeper of the Bees — FBO 

11-8-25 

Keepers of Youth (AT)— 

POP. .3-13-32 
Keeping Up With Lizzie— HOD 

5- 15-21 

Keine Feier Ohne Meyer (AT- 
German)— UNG. . 1 1-2-32 
Keith of the Border— TRI 

3-7-18 

Kennedy Square— VIT. .2-17-16 

Kentuckians— PAR 2-13-21 

Kentucky Cinderella — BL 

6- 28-17 

Kentucky Colonel— HOD 

9-19-20 

Kentucky Days — F 3-2-24 

Kentucky Derby— U ..10-22-22 
Kentucky Handicap — RA . . 1926 
Kentucky Pride— F ....8-23-25 
Kept Husbands (AT) — 

RKO. .2-8-31 
Key to Power— EDU.. 12-15-18 
Keys of the Righteous— PAR 

1918 

Kibitzer, The (AT)— PAR 

12.22-29 

KicK In— PAR 12-24-23 

Kick In— PAT 1-11-17 

Kick In (AT)— PAR. .5-24-31 

Kick-Back— FBO 7-30-22 

Kick-Off— EXP 9-5-26 

Kid— VIT 8-21-16 

Kid— FN 1-16-20 

Kid Boots— PAR 10-31-26 

Kid Brother— PAR 1-30-27 

Kid From Arizona (AT)— 

COS. .5-10-31 
Kid from Spain (AT)— UA 

11-19-32 
Kid Gloves (PT & S)— WA 

6-23-29 

Kid Is Clever— F 6-30-18 

Kid Sister— COL 9-11-27 

Kidder & Ko.— PAT 6-9-19 

Kid's Clever— UNI 3-3-29 

Kif Tebbi— AID 1929 

Kiki— FN 4-11-26 

Kiki (AT)— UA 3-8-31 

Kildare of Storm— M ... .9-29-18 

Killer— PAT 1-30-21 

Killing to Live (AT)— AM 

1--20-31 

Kill-Joy— KES 1917 

Kincaid, Gambler — 

Kindled Courage— U 1923 

Kindred of the Dust— FN. 9-3-22 

King Cowboy— FBO 1928 

King Fisher's Roost— PIN. 1922 
King Murder, The (AT)— 

CHE.. 10-10-32 
King of Diamonds — VIT 

10-13-18 

King of J«x (AT) — U . 3-30-30 

285 



1 3,262 TITLES 



King of Kings — PAT. . . .5-1-27 
King of the Campus (PT) — U 
1929 

King of the Herd— MAT. . 1929 
King of the Pack— LUM 

11- 14-26 

King of the Rodeo— U. . 1-20-29 
King of the Saddle— AE. .. 1926 
King of the Turf- -FBO. .3-7-26 
King of Wild Beasts— PAT 

3-30-24 

King on Main Street— PAR 

11-1-25 

King Lear— PAT 12-14-16 

King Queen Joker— PAR . 6-5-21 

King Spruce— HOD 3-20-20 

King's Creek Law— STE. .. 1924 

King's Game— PAT 1-13-16 

Kingdom of Love— F 1-10-18 

Kingdom of Youth— G .. 10-13-18 
Kingdom Within— HOD 

12- 24-23 

Kinkain, Gambler— RED 

11-30-16 

Kismet— RC 10-31-20 

Kismet (AT)— WA 11-2-30 

Kismet (AT) — FN ....11-2-30 

Kiss — PAR 1921 

Kiss— U 7-3-21 

Kiss (S-SE)— M-G-M . . 1 1-17-29 

Kiss Barrier— F 5-17-25 

Kiss for Cinderella— PAR 

1-3-26 

Kiss for Susie— PAR.... 9-27-17 
Kiss in a Taxi— PAR. . .3-27-27 
Kiss in the Dark— PAR. 4-19-25 

Kiss in Time— REA 6-19-21 

Kiss Me Again— W A.... 8-9-25 
Kiss Me Again (AT)— FN 

1-11-31 

Kiss of Hate— M 4-13-16 

Kiss or Kill— U 11-24-18 

Kissed— U 1922 

Kisses 1922 

Kit Carson— PAR 9-23-28 

Kit Carson Over the Great 

Divide— SU 1926 

Kitty (PT & S)— WW.. 6-30-29 
Kitty Kelly, M.D. — RC. . . .1929 
Kitty Mackay— VIT ....2-22-17 
Kivalina of the Icelands— PAT 
7-5-25 

Klondike (AT)— MOP.. 9-24-32 
Knickerbocker Buckaroo— ART 
6-1-19 

Knife— SEL 2-21-18 

Knight of the Range— U. 2-3-16 
Knight of the West— COD 

10-30-21 

Knights of the Square Table — 
EDK.. 7-26-17 
Knock on the Door— CAP 

9-30-23 

Knockout— FN 11-8-25 

Knockout Kid— RA 1925 

Knockout Riley— PAR . . 4-24-27 

Know Your Man— F 3-20-21 

Koenigin Der Unterwelt (AT- 
German)— GLD .. 12-14-32 
Kongo (AT)— MGM... 11-17-32 
Kosher Kitty Kelly— FBO 

9-26-26 

Krassin (The Rescue Ship)— 
AM.. 4-21-29 

Kreutzer Sonata — F 191$ 

Kreutzer Sonata— RUS .... 1928 
Kreuzer Emden (AT-German) — 
WOD.. 9-9-32 
Kriemhild's Revenge — Ufa 

10-28-28 

Kultur— F 9-22-18 

Kyritz-PyriU (AT-German)— 
WOD. .8-9-32 



La Chance (AT-French)— 

PAR. .6-5-32 
La Couturiere De Luneville 

(At-French)— PAR.. 10-14-32 
La Nuit Est A Nous (AT- 
French)— PRX. . 1932 
La Ronde Des Heures (AT- 
French)— FD. . 1-31-32 
La Vecchie Signora (AT- 

Italian) — EPA. . 12-1-32 

Labyrinth — EQU 12-23-15 

Lad and the Lion— SEL. 5-24-17 

Ladder Jinx— VIT 10-15-22 

Ladder of Lies— PAR. . .7-11-20 
Laddie (6931) — FBO. . . .8-22-26 
Laddie Be Good— PAT. 12-25-27 

Ladies at Ease— FD 10-6-27 

Ladies at Play— FN .... 12-12-26 

Ladies Beware— FBO 1927 

Ladies In Love (AT)— CHE 

5-4-30 

Ladies Love Brutes (AT) — 

PAR.. 5-18-30 
Ladies Man (AT)— PAR . 5-3-3 1 
Ladies Must Dress— F. . 12-17-27 
Ladies Must Live— PAR. 12-4-21 
Ladies Must Play (AT)— 

COL.. 8-24-30 
Ladies Night in a Turkish Bath 
FN. .3-18-28 
Ladies of Leisure— COL. .. 1926 
Ladies of Leisure (AT) — 

COL.. 4-13-30 
Ladies of the Big House 

(AT)— PAR.. 1-3-32 
Ladies of the Jury (AT) — 

RKO. .4-3-32 
Ladies of the Mob— PAR 

6- 24-28 

Ladies of the Night Club— TIF 

7- 22-28 

Ladies to Board— F 2-10-24 

Lady— FN 2-1-25 

Lady and Gent (AT)— PAR 

7- 16-32 

Lady Barnacle— M 6-21-17 

Lady Be Good— FN 6-3-28 

Lady Bird— CHA 4-3-27 

Lad> fingers— M 10-9-21 

Lady from Hell— AE 4-4-26 

Lady from Longacre — F...1922 
Lady From Nowhere (AT) — 

CHE. .7-19-31 
Lady from Paris — AY.. 10-9-27 

Lady Godiva— AE 5-14-22 

Lady in Ermine— FN ... 1-23-27 
Lady in Love— PAR. ... 5-23-20 
Lady in the Library — RAL 

1917 

Lady Lies (AT & S)— PAR 

9-8-29 

Lady of Chance (PT & S)— 

M-G-M. .1-20-29 
Lady of Petrograd — AFF 

9-16-28 

Lady of Quality— U. .. 12-16-23 

Lady of Quality — PAR 1914 

Lady of Red Butte— PAR 

5-25-19 

Lady of Scandal, The (AT)— 

MGM . .6-1-30 
Lady of the Dugout — JEN 

10-13-18 
Lady of the Harem— PAR 

8- 22-26 

Lady of - the Lake (S-SE)— 

FIT.. 1929 
Lady of the Lake, The— FIT 

10-12-30 

Lady of the Night— MG. 3-15-25 
Lady of the Pavement3 'PT 

& S) — UA. .3-17-29 
Lady of the Photograph — 

EDK. .9-16-17 

Lady Raffles— COL 7-15-2J 

Lady Refuses (AT)— RKO 

2-15-31 



Lady Robinhood— FBO. 7-16-25 
Lady Rose's Daughter— PAR 

9-5-20 

Lady Surrenders, A (AT) — 

U.. 9-21-30 
Lady to Love, A (AT)— 

MGM. .3-2-30 

Lady Who Dared (AT) — 

FN. .6-7-31 
Lady Who Lied— FN. .7-12-25 
Lady Windemere's Fan — TRI 

6- 8-19 

Lady Windemere's Fan — WA 

12-6-25 

Lady with a Past (AT)— 

RKO. .2-21-32 
Lady's Morals, A (AT) 

MGM.. 11-9-30 
Lady's Name — SEL. .. 12-15-18 
Lafayette, We Come— AFF 

9-15-18 

Laffin' Fool — RA 1927 

Lahoma— PAT 8-29-20 

Lair of the Wolf— BU. . .9-6-17 
L'Amour Maitre des Choses — 

(AT-French) — CAP. .4-5-31 

L'Apache— PAR 12-14-19 

La Belle Russe— F 9-21-19 

La Boheme— M-G-M 3-7-26 

La Canzone Dell-Amore (AT- 

Italian)— CRE. .1-25-31 
La Douceur D'Aimer (AT- 
French)— FD .. 12-13-31 
La Jaula de los Leones (AT- 

Spanish)— HOB. .3-8-31 

La La Lucille— U 7-18-20 

La Nuit Est a Nous (AT- 
French) — unknown. .2-22-31 
La Regina Di Sparta (PT- 

Italian)— BOT. .3-8-31 
La Straniera (AT-Italian) — 

CAP.. 4-19-31 
La Vacanza Del Diavolo (AT- 
Italian)— PAR. .3-22-31 

Lamb— FAT 9-30-15 

Lamb and the Lion — EX I 

1919 

Lamp in the Desert — CBC 

1923 

Lamplighter — F 4-10-21 

Land Beyond the Law — FN 

7- 3-27 

Land Just Over Yonder — 

DUD. .10-26-16 

Land of Hope— PAR 1921 

Land of Jazz— F 1-16-21 

Land of Long Shadows — 

ES.. 6-28- 17 
Land of Midnight Sun — NOR 
1930 

Land of Missing Men (AT) — 
TIF.. 10-5-30 
Land of Promise — PAR 

12-20-17 

Land of the Free — F 

Land of the Lawless— PAT 

12-17-27 
Land of the Silver Fox— WA 

12-23-28 

Land of Wanted Men (AT)— 
MOP.. 2-21-32 

Landloper— M 4-18-18 

Landon's Legacy — U. .. 12-30-15 
Lane That Had No Turning— 
PAR.. 1-15-22 
Larceny Lane (AT) — WA 1931 
Lariats and Six Shooters (AT) 
—COS.. 10-25-31 

Lariat Kid— U 4-28-29 

Lasca— U 11-23-19 

Lasca of the Rio Grande 

(AT)— U.. 12-13-31 
Las Companas Capistrano 

(AT-Spanish— HOB 11-29-31 

Lash— PAR 10-12-16 

Lash (AT)— FN 1-4-31 

Lash of the Czar— AM. 2-17-29 
Lash of the Whip— ARW. 1924 
Lash of Power— BL. ... 11-8-17 

287 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Last Act— TRI 3-16-16 

Last Alarm— RA 1926 

Last Card— M 10-26-16 

Last Chance— CAN 1922 

Last Chance— CHE 1926 

Last Command — PAR 2-5-28 

Last Company, The (AT)— 

UFA. .1930 
Last Company, The (AT) — 

TPE. .1931 
Last Dance (AT & S)— AUD 
1929 

Last Dance (AT)— AUD 

4-6-30 

Last Door— SEZ 6-26-21 

Last Edition— FBO 10-16-25 

Last Fl.ght (AT) — FN .8-23-31 

Last Flight— WIK 6-23-29 

Last Frontier — PDC 1926 

Last Hour— MAS 1-7-23 

Last Insult, The (S)-AM 

10- 26-32 

Last Lap— DAI 1928 

Last Laugh — U 1-4-25 

Last Man (AT) — COL. 9-17-32 

Last Man— VIT 10-26-16 

Last Man on Earth— F. 12-28-24 
Last Mile (AT)— WW. .8-26-32 

Last Moment — G 5-27-23 

Last Moment— ZAK 3-11-28 

Last of His People— SEZ 

12-21-19 
Last of Mrs. Cheney (PT & 

S)— MGM.. 8-18-29 
Last of the Carnabys — PAT 

8-9-17 

Last of the Duanes—F. 10-5-19 
Last of the Duanes—F. .8-17-24 
Last of the Duanes (AT)— 

F.. 9-14-30 
Last of the Ingrams — INC 

2- 15-17 

Last of the Lone Wo'i (AT)— 
COL.. 10-19-30 

Last of the Mohicans— APR 

11- 28-20 

Last Outlaw— PAR .... 12-25-27 

Last Pay ment— P AR 1-22-22 

Last Performance (PT & S)— 

U.. 11-10-29 

Last Rebel— TRI 6-9-18 

Last Parade (AT)— COL 

3-1-31 

Last Ride (AT)— U. .. .2-14-32 
Last Roundup— SYN . . . 8-25-29 
RKO. .3-22-31 

Last Straw— F 2-1-20 

Last Trail— F 2-6-27 

Last Trail— F 1922 

Last Volunteer— PAT 

Last Waltz— PAR 1 1-20-27 

Last Warning (PT & S)— U 

1-13-29 

Latest from Paris — MGM 

3- 11-28 

La Tosca— PAR 4-18-18 

Laugh and Get Rich (AT) — 
Laugh, Clown, Laugh— MGM 

6-3-28 

Laughing at Danger — FBO 

1925 

Laughing at Death— RKO 

6-9-29 

Laughing Bill Hyde— G. 9-29-18 
Laughing Lady, the (AT)— 

PAR.. 1-5-30 
Laughing Sinners (AT) — 

MGM.. 7-5-31 
Laughter (AT) — PAR. .9-21-30 

Laughter and Tears — PS 

Laughter in Hell (AT)— U 

1932 





SONYA LEVIEN 

Contract Writer 



FIFTH YEAR WITH FOX 
Daddy Long Legs 

(Adaptation and Dialogue) 
Starring Janet Gaynor 



(Gershwin Musical) 
Starring Janet Gaynor 

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm 

(In Collaboration with S. N. Behrman) 

Tess of the Storm Country 

(In Collaboration with S. N. Behrman) 
Starring Janet Gaynor 

Cavalcade 

(In Collaboration with S. N. Behrman) 

State Fair 

(Screen Adaptation) 
Starring Janet Gaynor and Will Rogers 

The Warrior's Husband 

(In Collaboration with Ralph Spence) 



Philip Klein 



Writer 



TOO BUSY TO WORK" 

(Screen Play) 



ME AND MY GAL" 

(Original) 



HAT CHECK GIRL" 

(Screen Play) 



CHANDU" 

(Screen Play) 



BACHELORS' AFFAIRS" 

(Screen Play) 



THE TRIAL OF VIVIENNE 
WARE" 



PILGRIMAGE' 

(Screen Play) 



In Collaboration 



FOX 



Lavender and Old Lace — HOD 
5-1-21 

Lavender Bath Lady — U 

11-12-22 
La Vie De Boheme — BRA 

6-15-15 

Law and Order (AT)— U 

3- 6-32 

Law and the Lady— AY 

11- 30-24 

Law and the Man — RA. .2-5-28 
Law and the Woman — PAR 

1-22-22 

Law Decides— VIT 4-27-16 

Law Demands — ARC 1924 

Law Forbids— U 3-2-24 

Law of Compensation — SEL 

4-26-17 

Law of Fear— FBO 3-11-28 

Law of Men— PAR 1919 

Law of Nature— ARW.. 1-19-19 
Law of the Great Northwest — 
TRI.. 4-25-18 
Law of The Land— PAR 

8- 23-17 

Law of the Lawless — PAR 

6-24-23 

Law of the Mounted— SYN 

6-30-29 
Law of the North — EDK 

4- 5-17 

Law of the North (AT)— 

MOP. .8-20-32 
Law of the North — PAR 

9- 15-18 

Law of the Range— M-G-M 

6- 24-28 

Law of the Rio Grande (AT) 

— SYN . .8-9-31 
Law of the Sea (AT)— 

MOP.. 5-1-32 
Law of the Siberian Taiga — 

AM. .8-10-30 
Law of the Tong (AT)— 

SYN. .12-20-31 
Law of the West (AT)— 

WW.. 3-20-32 
Law of the Yukon— REA 

9-19-20 

Law of Loyalty— DAV. 10-11-25 
Law Rustlers— ARW . . . 3-18-23 
Law That Divides— HOD. . 1919 
Law That Failed— APO. 3-29-17 
Law Unto Herself— HOD 

8- 18-18 

Law Unto Himself— HMU 

3-2-16 

Lawful Cheaters— SCH 

12- 20-25 

Lawful Larceny— PAR .. 7-28-23 
Lawful Larceny (AT)— RKO 

7- 13-30 

Lawless Legion— FN ... 3-3 1 -29 

Lawless Love— F 9-8-18 

Lawless Trails — GON 1926 

Lawless Woman (AT3 — 

CHE.. 4-26-31 

Law's Lash— PAT 3-25-28 

Law's Outlaw— TRI.... 1-10-18 
Lawyer Man (AT)— WA 

12-23-32 

Lawyer Quince — PAR 

Lawyer's Secret (AT) — 

PAR.. 5-31-31 

Lazybones — F 10-18-25 

Lazy Lightning — U 1926 

Le Bal (AT-French)— PRX 

9- 29-32 

Le Collier De La Reine 

(PT-French)— PRX. 2-8-31 
Le Culte De Beaute (AT- 
French)— OSO. .6-7-31 
Le Million (AT-French)— 

TOB. .5-24-31 
Le Mystere de la Chambre 
Jaune (AT-French)— OSO 

5- 31-31 

Le Mysterie De La Villa Rose 
(AT-French)— FD . . 1-17-32 



Le Petit Cafe (AT-French)— 

PAR. .1-25-31 
Le Roi Des Resquilleurs (AT- 
French)— PRX. .6-15-32 
Le Roi S'ennuie (AT-French) 
—RKO.. 2-8-31 

Leah-Kleshna— PAR 

Leap to Fame— PWO... 5-2-18 
Learnin' of Jim Benton — TRI 
12-20-17 

Learning to Love — FN.. 1-25-25 
Leatherneck (Pt & S)— PAT 

4- 7-29 

Leathernecking (AT)— RKO 

9- 14-30 
Leave It to Gerry — AHR 

2- 24-24 

Leave it to Me— F 5-2-20 

Leave It To Susan — GO 

Leavenworth Case— 'VIT 

Leech— P 1922 

Left Hand Brand— NEW. .1924 
Leftover Ladies (AT) — 

TIF.. 10-18-31 

Legally Dead— U 8-12-23 

Legend of Bear's Wedding — 

AM.. 12-23-18 
Legend of Gosta Berling — CP 

11- 4-28 

Legion of Hollywood — PDC 

12- 7-24 

Legion of Death— M 1918 

Legion of Honor — PAR 

7- 29-28 

Legion of the Condemned — 

PAR.. 3-25-28 

Legion of the Street (AT- 

Polish)— CAP. .1932 
Legion on Parade (AT) — 

TPE. .1931 
Legionnaires in Paris — FBO 

1-1-28 

Lena Rivers— ARW 5-31-25 

Lena Rivers (AT)— TIF. 4-3-32 
Lend Me Your Husband — BR 

8- 17-24 

Lend Me Your Name— M. 6-2-18 

Leopard Lady— PAT 3-11-28 

Leopard Women — APR 

10-17-20 

Leopardess— PAR 4-1-23 

Leopard's Bride— HMU. .4-20-16 

Les Miserables — F 1-10-18 

Les Miserables— U 9-11-27 

Less Than Kin— PAR. . .7-21-18 
Less Than the Dust— ART 

11-9-16 

Lesson— SEL 1918 

Lessons in Love — FN.. 6-12-21 
Lest We Forget— M ... 2-2 1 - 18 

Let 'Er Buck— U 1-11-25 

Let 'er Go Gallagher— PAT 

1-22-28 

Let It Rain— PAR 4-3-27 

Let Katy Do It— TRI. 12-16-15 
Let Not Man Put Asunder — 

VIT.. 1-27-24 
Let's Be Fashionable— PAR 

6- 20-20 

Let's Elope— PAR 1919 

Lefs Get a Divorce— PAR 

5- 2-18. 

Let's Get Married— PAR. 3-7-26 

Let's Go— TRU 11-11-23 

Lefs Go Gallagher— FBO 

10- 4-25 

Let's Go Places (AT)— F 

3-2-30 

Let's Go Native (AT)— PAR 

8-31-30 

Letter, The (AT & S)— PAR 

3- 17-29 

Let Us Be Gay (AT)— MGM 

7- 13-30 

Letty Lynton (AT) — MGM 

5-1-32 

Leutnant Warst Du Einst Bei 

289 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Den Husaren (AT-German) — 

REC. 3-20-32 
Lew Tyler's Wives— PRE. 1926 



Liberator— RAV 12-1-18 

Libertine — TE 11-16-16 

Liar— F 1918 

Lie— PAR 4-18-18 



Liebe Auf Befehl (AT-Ger- 
man)— U. .6-7-31 
Liebe 1st Liebe (AT-Ger- 
man) — UFA. .6-5-32 
Liebe Uber Alles (AT-Ger- 
man)— CAP. .4-19-31 
Liebeskommando (AT-Ger- 
man)— TOB. .5-1-32 
Liebeswalzer (AT-German) — 

UFA.. 5-3-31 
Lieut. Danny, U. S. A.— INC 

8-10-16 

Life— PAR 11-14-20 

Life Begins (AT)— FN .8-12-32 

Life Line— PAR 10-12-19 

Life Mask— FN 4-18-18 

Life of an Actress— CHA 

4-24-27 
Life of Beethoven — FGU 

3-24-29 

Life of Dante— EXR... 5-18-24 
Life of Honor— GRA... 4-1 1-18 
Life of Our Savior— PAT. 1916 

Life of Riley— FN 9-11-27 

Life of the Party— PAR. 12-5-20 
Life of the Party, The (AT)— 
WA .11-9-30 

Life of Tolstoy— FGU 1928 

Life's a Funny Proposition — 

EXI..1919 
Life's Blind Alley— AMU 

2-17-16 

Life's Crossroads — EXP 

12-16-28 

Life's Darn Funny— M. .7-31-21 
Life's Greatest Question — 

CBC— 9-10-22 
Life's Greatest Game— FBO 

10- 5-24 

Life's Greatest Problem— FCH 
1919 

Life's Mockery— CHA.. 7-29-28 

Life's Passions— PS 

Life's Shadows— M 10-19-16 

Life's Twist— RC 7-25-20 

Life's Whirlpool— M...1 0-1 8- 17 
Life's Whirlpool— WO . . 1-20-16 

Lifted Veil— M 9-13-17 

Lifting Shadows— .PAT. 3-28-20 

Light, The— AMU 9-14-16 

Light — F 1-12-18 

Light at Dusk— LUB 8-3-16 

Light Fingers (PT)— COL 

8- 18-29 

Light in Asia— FGU 1928 

Light in the Clearing — HOD 

11-27-21 

Light in the Dark— FN. 9-3-22 
Light in the Window — RA 

11- 6-27 

Light of Happiness — M.. 9- 14- 16 
Light of Victory— BL... 3-2-16 
Light of Western Stars— SHU 

9- 15-18 

Light of Western Stars — PAR 
7-26-25 

Light of Western Stars (AT)— 
PAR. .3-30-30 

Light That Failed— PAT . 1 1-2-16 
Light That Failed— PAR. 12-2-23 

Light Within— FN 2-21-18 

Light Woman— PAT 9-26-20 

Lighthouse by the Sea— WA 

•1-4-25 

Lightnin'— F 7-26-25 

Liahtnin' (AT) — F 11-2-30 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Lightnin' Smith's Return 

(AT) — SYN. .8-16-31 

Lightning— TIF 9-2S-27 

Lightning Flyer (AT)— 

COL. .4-5-31 
Lightning Lariats — FBO. 1-30-27 
Lightning Reporter — ELB 

1-30-27 

Lightning Rider — PDC 1924 

Lightning Romance — RA. . . 1924 

Lightning Shot — RA 1928 

Lightning Speed— FBO. 1 1-11-28 
Lights of New York— VIT 

6-1-16 

Lights of New York— F. . 1923 
Lights of New York (AT)— 

WA.. 7-15-28 
Lights of Old Broadway — 

MG. .11-8-25 
Lights of Paris— SUP.... 8-5-28 
Lights of the Desert— F 

6-18-22 

Lights Out— FBO 10-21-23 

Like Most Wives— PAR 

Like Wildfire— U 

Lilac Time (S-SE)— FN .8-12-28 
Lilies of the Field— FN. 3-16-24 
Lilies of the Field (AT)— 

FN. .2-23-30 
Lilies of the Streets— FBO 

4-19-25 

Liliom (AT)— F 9-14-30 

Lilly Christine (AT)— 

PAR.. 1932 

Lily— F 10-17-26 

Lily and the Rose — FAT 

11-18-15 

Lily of the Alley— HEP. 5-18-24 
Lily of the Dust— PAR. 9-7-24 

Limited Mail— WA 9-13-25 

Limousine Life — TRI 2-7-18 

Limping Man (AT)— POP 

8-13-32 

Linda (S-SE)— FD 3-31-29 

Line of Duty — PAR 

Lincoln Cycle— CHR .... 6-7-17 
Lincoln Highwayman — F. 1-14-20 

Lingerie— TIF 8-26-28 

L'lnvitation au Voyage — FGA 
1928 

Lion and the Lamb (AT) — 

COL.. 4-5-31 

Lion and the Mouse (AT) — 
W A.. 6-24-28 

Lion and the Mouse — VIT 

2-16-19 

Lion's Den— M 1919 

Lion's Mouse — HOD . . . 3-25-23 

Liquid Gold— PI 1921 

Listen, Lester— PRI 5-4-24 

Little Accident (AT)— U 

8-3-30 

Little Advenuress — PDC. . . 1927 
Little American— ART.. 7-12-17 
Little Annie Rooney — UA 

10-25-25 

Little Boss — VIT 1919 

Little Boy Scout— PAR. 7-12-17 

Little Brother— INC 2-22-17 

Little Brother of the Rich — 

U.. 9-16-15 
Little Brother of the Rich — 

U.. 6-29-19 

Little Buckaroo— FBO 1928 

Little Caesar (AT) — 

FN. . 11-16-30 

Little Cafe— PAT 6-6-20 

Little Clown— RE A 4-10-21 

Little Comrade— PAR 1919 

Little Church Around The 

Comer— WA 4-1-23 

Little Diplomat— PAT. . . 5-25-19 
Little Duchess— PWO.. 8-30-17 



Little Eva Ascends— M . 11-20-21 
Little Eva Egerton— BL. 8-10-16 

Little Firebrand— PAT ... 7-3-27 

Little Fool— M 3-13-21 

Little 'Fraid Lady— RC. 1-23-21 
Little French Girl— PAR. 6-7-25 

Little Giant— U 7-12-25 

Little Girl in a Big City — 

GOT.. 10-25-25 
Little Girl Next Door— 

MAK.. 7-20-16 
Little Girl Next Door— B LA 

1923 

Little Gray Lady— PAR. . .1914 
Little Grey Mouse— F. 10-31-20 

Little Gypsy— F 10-21-15 

Little Home Nurse— EDU. . 1921 
Little Intruder — WO .... 3-30-19 
L.ttle Irish Girl— WA... 5-23-26 

Little Italy— REA 7-24-21 

Little Johnny Jones — WA 

8-19-23 

Little Johnny Jones (AT)— 

FN.. 2-2-30 
Little Journey, A— M-G-M 

1-23-27 

Little Lady Eileen— PAR 

8- 17-16 

Little Liar— FAT 8-31-16 

Little Lord Fauntleroy — UA 

9- 18-21 

Little Lost Sister— SEL. 3-22-17 
Little Mademoiselle — WO 

9-30-15 

Little Mary Sunshine — PAT 

4- 20-16 
Little Meera's Romance — 

FAT.. 3-23-16 
Little Mickey Grogan— FBO 

2-5-28 

Little Minister— PAR 1-1-22 

Little Minister— VIT... 12-25-21 
Little Miss Fortune— ERB 

5- 10-17 

Little Miss Grown Up — RAL 

1918 

Little Miss Happiness — F 

9- 31-16 
Little Miss Hawkshaw— F 

10- 9-21 

Little Miss Hoover— PAR 

12-29-18 
Little Miss No Account — 

VIT.. 4-25-18 
Little Miss Nobody— BL 

4-26-17 

Little Miss Optimist — PAR 

9-6-17 

Little Miss Rebellion— PAR 

9-26-20 

Little Miss Smiles— F. . 1-22-22 
Little Old New York— G 

8-5-23 

Little Orphan— PAT .... 6-2 1 - 1 7 

Little Orphan— SR 3-2-16 

Little Orphan Annie — PI.. 1919 
Little Orphan Annie (AT) — 

RKO.. 12-24-32 
Little Patriot— PAT .... 1 1 -22- 1 7 

Little Pirate— BUT 9-13-17 

Little Princess— ART. .11-22-17 
Little Red Decides— TRI .2-28-18 
Little Red Riding Hood — 

SEZ . . 1922 
Little Red School House — 

ARW — 6-3-23 

Little Reformer— TRI 1917 

Little Robinson Crusoe — MG 

8-10-24 

Little Rowdy— TRI 1919 

Little Runaway— VIT... 5-12-18 

Little Savage— RKO 7-14-29 

Little School Ma'am— FAT 

7-6-16 

Little Shepherd of Bargain 
Row— ES 5-4-16 

Little Shepherd of Kingdom 
Come— FBO 5-20-28 

290 



Little Shepherd of Kingdom 

Come— GO 

Little Shoes — ES 1-25-17 

Little Sister of Everybody— 

PAT.. 6-23-18 
Little Snob (S-SE) — WA. . 1928 

Little Terror — BL 8-2-17 

Little Wanderer— F 8-15-20 

Little White Savage— BL. 3-2-19 
Little Wildcat— VIT.... 9-10-22 
Little Wildcat (PT & S)— 

WA.. 1-27-29 
Little Wild Girl— TPC. . .2-10-29 

Little Women— PAR 1919 

Little Yellow House— FBO 

4-29-28 

Littlest Scout— FCH 1919 

Live and Let Live— RC. 5-29-21 

Live Sparks— HOD 1-25-20 

Live Wire— FN 10-25-25 

Live-Wire Hick— PAT 1920 

Live Wires— F 7-3-21 

Living Corpse — FFF ..1-18-31 

Living Image— PHE 1928 

Living Lies— CC 1922 

Living Mask— FGA 1928 

Living Russia — AM 9-22-29 

Livingstone in Africa — GLO 

3-31-29 

Ljubav I Strast (AT- 

Lugoslavian) — XX. .12-7-32 

Loaded Dice— PAT 2-14-18 

Loaded Door— U 8-20-22 

Local Bad Man (AT)— 

AP.. 3-27-32 
Local Boy Makes Good (AT) 

-FN.. 11-29-31 
Locked Door (AT)— UA. . 1929 
Locked Door, The (AT) — 

UA.. 1-26-30 
Locked Doors— PAR .... 1-18-23 
Locked Heart— RAL.... 8-1 1-18 

Locked Lips— U 4-18-20 

Loco Luck— U 1-23-27 

Lodge in the Wilderness— TIF 
9-26-26 

Lodger— GLO 1928 

Logan, U.S.A., Mr.— F 

Lombardi, Ltd.— M 1919 

London— PAR 10-31-26 

London After Midnight — MGM 
12-17-27 

Lone Chance — F 7-6-24 

Lone Eagle— U 12-25-27 

Lone Fighter— AY 1924 

Lone Hand— U 10-15-22 

Lone Hand— ALE 4-11-20 

Lone Hand Sanders — FBO. 1926 
Lone Hand Wilson— RGR. 1921 

Lone Horseman — ARW 1923 

Lone Horseman— SYN . . 12-8-29 

Lone Patrol— AY 1928 

Lone Ranger— F 6-29-19 

Lone Rider, The (AT)— COL 

7- 13-30 

Lone Star Ranger — F. .9-16-23 
Lone Star Ranger (AT) — F 

1-19-30 

Lone Trail (AT)— SYN . 3-13-32 
Lo Stormo Atlantico — 

TRF. .7-26-31 
Lonesome Trail, The (AT) — 

SYN.. 8-17-30 

Lone Wagon— SAN 3-9-24 

Lone Wolf— AE 5-11-24 

Lone Wolf— SEZ 7-12-17 

Lone Wolf Returns— COL 

8- 15-26 

Lone Wolf's Daughter (PT 

ft S)— COL.. 3-10-29 
Lone Wolf's Daughter— HOD 
12-14-19 

Lonely Heart— A FF 1921 

Lonely Road— FN 6-17-23 

Lonely Trail— PRM 1-15-22 

Lonely Wives (AT)— 

PAT.. 2-15-31 
Lonely Woman — TRI. . . .5-2-18 



Lonesome (PT & S)— U 

6-24-28 

Lonesome Chap — PAR ..4-19-17 
Lonesome Corners — AE. . . . 1922 
Lonesome Ladies— FN .. .8-7-27 
Lone Arm of Mannister — PI 

1920 

Long Chance— U 10-1-22 

Long Lane's Turning — EXI 

2-16-19 

Long Live the King— M. 11-4-23 
Long, Long Trail (AT & 

S)— U.. 11-10-29 
Long Loop on the Pecos — 

PAT. .1-16-27 



Long Pants— FN 4-3-27 

Long Trail— PAR 9-13-17 

Look-Out Girl— QU.... 10-28-28 

Look Your Best— G 1923 

Looking for Trouble— U .. 5-23-26 



Looping the Loop (S-SE) — 

PAR. .2-17-29 
Loose Ankles (AT).— FN 
Loose Ends (AT)— BI . 10-19-30 

2- 2-30 

Loot— U 10-5-19 

Lord and Lady Algy— G.9-1-19 
Lord Byron of Broadway (AT) 
— MGM . .3-9-30 

Lord Jim— PAR 11-22-25 

Lord Loves the Irish — HOD 

1920 

Lords of High Decision — U 

3- 2-16 

Lorelei of the Sea— HAN 

9-6-17 

Lorraine of the Lions — U 

8-16-25 

Lorna Doone— FN 12-10-23 

Loser's End— ST 1-25-25 

Lost— A Wife— PAR.... 6-28-25 

Lost and Found — G 3-25-23 

Lost and Won— PAR. .. 1-25-17 

Lost at Sea— TIF 8-22-26 

Lost at the Front— FN 1927 

Lost Battalion— MCM . . . 7-6-19 
Lost Bridegroom — PAR. 3-30-16 

Lost Chord— ARW 1-18-25 

Lost Expedition— UFA. . 10-21-28 

Lost Express — RA 1926 

Lost Gods— TPE 7-20-30 

Lost in a Big City— ARW 

8-26-23 

Lost in the Arctic— F. . .7-29-28 
Lost in Transit— PAR. . .9-13-17 

Lost Lady— W A 1-25-25 

Lost Limited — RA 5-1-27 

Lost Money — F 12-7-19 

Lost Paradise— PAR 1914 

Lost Patrol— PRO 12-22-29 

Lost Princess— F 11-2-19 

Lost Romance — PAR 5-15-21 

Lost Sentence— EDK 1-4-17 

Lost Shadow— UFA 4-8-28 

Lost Squadron, The (AT)— 

RKO. .3-6-32 

Lost TraS— R A 1926 

Lost Tribe — Unknown 1 929 

Lost World— FN 2-15-25 

Lost Zeppelin (AT)— TIF 

2-9-30 

Lottery Bride, The (AT)— 

UA. .8-31-30 
Lottery Man— PAR. ... 10-19-19 

Lottery Man— SR 2-17-16 

Lotus Blossom— NF 10-2-21 

Lotus Eater— FN 12-4-21 

Lotus Lady (AT)— AUD 

1930 

Louisiana— PAR 7-27-19 

Love— APR 12-5-20 

Love — MGM 12-17-27 

Love Affair (AT)— COL. 4-17-32 

Love Aflame— RED 1-25-17 

Love Among the Millionaires 

(AT)— PAR..7-i:-30 

Love and Glory— U 8-10-24 

Love and Hate— F 11-23-16 

Love and Learn — PAR.. 2-26-28 



Love and the Devil (S-SE)— 

FN.. 6-23-29 
Love and the Law— FCH. .1919 
Love and the Woman — WO 

6-22-19 

Love at First Sight (AT)— 
CHE.. 12-15-29 

Love Auction — F 2-9-19 

Love Bandit— VIT 1924 

Love Bound (AT)— PEE 

Love Brand — U 8-5-23 

Love Brokers— TRI 4-18-18 

Love Burglar — PAR 8-3-19 

Love Call— EXI 4-27-19 

Love Charm— PAR .... 1 2- 18-2 1 

Love Cheat— PAT 8-10-19 

Love Comes A'.ong (AT) — 

RKO.. 2-2-30 

Love Defender— WO 3-23-19 

Love Doctor— VIT 1917 

Love Doctor (AT & S) — 

PAR. .11-10-29 
Love 'Em and Leave 'Em — 

PAR. .12-19-26 

Love Expert— FN 5-2-20 

Love Flower— UA 8-29-20 

Love Gamble— GBG 7-26-25 

Love Gambler— F 11-5-22 

Love Girl— BL 6-29-16 

Love Habit ( AT)— BI .. 2-1-31 
Love, Hate and a Woman — 

ARW.. 1921 
Love, Honor and ? — HAL.... 
Love, Honor and Behave — 

FN.. 5-20-21 
Love, Honor and Obey — M 



9-5-20 

Love Hour— VIT 10-4-25 

Love Hunger— HOD 1919 

Love Hungry— F 4-22-28 



Love in a Hurry— WO. 1-19-19 
Love in High Gear (AT) — 

MAF. .5-8-32 
Love in the Dark — M.. 11-19-22 
Love in the Desert (PT & 

S)— RKO.. 5-5-29 
Love in the Ring (PT)— ALP 
8-27-30 

Love in the Rough (AT)— 

MGM.. 9-28-30 
Love Insurance— PAR. .9-28-19 
Love Is a Lie— BRI .... 1928 

Love is a Racket (AT) — 

FN. .5-29-32 
Love Is an Awful Thing — 



SEZ.. 9-10-22 
Love Kiss (AT)— CEL. 12-28-30 

Love is Love— F 8-10-19 

Love Letter — U 2-4-23 

Love Letters— F 1924 

Love Letters — PAR 12-27-17 

Love Liar— HMU 3-30-16 

Love Light— UA 1-16-21 

Love, Live & Laugh (AT) — 

F. .11-10-29 

Love Madness — HOD 8-8-20 

Love Makes Us Blind— UFA 

5-6-28 



Love Makes Women Wild— F 

4-3-27 

Love Mart— FN 1-1-28 

Love Mask— PAR 4-20-16 

Love Master— FN 1-20-24 

Love Me— PAR 3-28-18 

Love Me and the World I» 

Mine— U 2-12-28 

Love Me Tonight (AT)— 

PAR. .8-13-32 

Love Nest — PS 

Love Nest— WO 1919 

Love Never Dies— U 1921 

Love Never Dies— FN . 11-20-21 

Love of Sunya— UA 3-20-27 

Love of Woman— SEZ.. 7-6-24 

Love or Fame— SEL 1919 

Love or Justice — TRI.. 6-14-17 
Love or Money — HAL 1920 

291 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Love 


Over Night- 


-PAT 




12-23-28 


Love 


Parade (AT) 


—PAR 




11-24-29 


Love 






Love 


Pirate— FFS 


1928 




Pirate— FBO 


....11-11-23 


I vf 


Racket (AT 


& S)— 
FN.. 1929 


I o 

ve 


Racket, The 


(AT)— FN 
8-3-30 


Love 


Slave— CLR. 


1922 


Love 


Special— PAR 3-27-21 


Love 


Sublime— FAT. . . .3-22-17 


Love 


Storm (AT)- 


-BI 10-18-31 




Swindle— U.. 


1918 


Love 


That Dares— 


F 4-20-19 


Love 


That Lives— PAR... 1927 


Love 






Love 


Thrill— U... 


5-15-27 


Love 


Time— F 


7-10-21 


Love 


Toy— WA . . . 


3-21-26 


Love 


Trader (AT) 


—TIF 




11-23-30 


Love 


Trail— PAT.. 


1-27-16 


Love 


Trap— AH R.. 
Trap (PT & 


9-30-23 


Love 


S)— U 



9-1-29 



Love Waltz (AT)— UFA. .. 1930 
Love Watches— VIT.... 7-21-18 

Love Wins— HHA 1920 

Love Without Question — J A 

4- 3-20 

Lovely Mary— M 3-23-16 

Lover Come Back (AT)— 

COL.. 6-7-31 
Lover of Camille— WA. 11-16-24 

Lovers— MGM 5-1-27 

Lovers Courageous (AT)— 

MGM.. 2-21-32 

Lover's Island— AE 2-14-26 

Lover's Lane— W A 11-23-24 

Lovers in Quarantine — PAR 

10-18-25 

Lovers of Letty— G 2-15-20 

Lover's Oath— AST 1925 

Loves of an Actress (S-SE) 

—PAR. .8-5-28 
Loves of Carmen — F... 10-2-27 
Loves of Casanova — MGM 

5- 5-29 

Loves of Jeanne Ney — UFA 

7- 15-28 

Loves of Pharoah — PAR 

2-26-22 

Loves of Ricardo— FBO. .1928 
Love's Bargain— FBO... 3-15-25 

Love's Battle— CC 9-12-20 

Love's Blindness— MGM 

10-31-26 

Love's Boomerang— PAR. 2-5-22 
Love's Conquest — PAR... 6-2-18 
Love's Crucible— BRA... 2-17-16 

Love's Flame— FID 6-13-20 

Love's Greatest Mistake — 

PAR.. 2-27-27 

Love's Harvest — F 1920 

Love's Lariat — BL 7-27-16 

Love's Law — F 4-5-17 

Love's Law— MT 9-8-18 

Love's Loyalty— ORE. .11-1-17 
Love's Masquerade — SEZ 

4-16-22 

Love's Mockery— REL. .11-4-28 
Love's of Ricardo — BEB 

8- 22-26 
Love's Old Sweet Song— 

HOP. .1923 
Love's Pay Day— TRI .... 1918 

Love's Penalty— FN 6-12-21 

Love's Pilgrimage to Amer- 
ica— U 1-6-16 

Love's Plaything— RAD ... 192 1 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Love's Prisoner— TRI . . . 5-25-19 

Loves Protegee — ARW 

Love's Redemption — FN. 1-15-22 
Love's Wilderness— FN. 12-14-24 
Love's Whirlpool— PDC. 3-16-24 

Lovebound— F 5-20-23 

Lovelorn— MGM 12-25-27 

Lovetime— F 7-10-21 

Lovey Mary— MGM 7-4-26 

Lovin' Fool— SIE 1926 

Loving Lies— APD 1923 

Lovin' the Ladies (AT) — 

RKO. .3-23-30 
Lowland Cinderella— SEC . . 1922 

Loyal Wives— VIT 8-12-23 

Loyalty— BET 1918 

Luck— BR 4-8-23 

Luck and Pluck— F 2-2-19 

Luck and Sand— ARC 1926 

Luck in Pawn— PAR .. 12-21-19 
Luck of Geraldine Laird — 

RC. 2-1-20 
Luck of the Irish— REA 

1-25-20 

Lucky Boy (PT & S)— TIF 

1-6-29 

Lucky Carson— VIT 

Lucky Dan— GOL 1923 

Lucky Devil— PAR 7-12-25 

Lucky Horseshoe— F 8-23-25 

Lucky in Love (AT)— PAT 

12-15-29 

Lucky Lady— PAR 6-27-26 

Lucky Larrigan (AT) — 

MOP. .1932 

Lucky Spurs— CHE 1926 

Lucky Larkin— U 3-23-30 

Lucretia Borgia— MT 1-6-29 

Lucretia Lombard — WA 

12-23-23 

Luise, Konigin von Preussen 
(AT-German) — ASS. .10-6-32 

Lullaby— FBO 1-6-24 

Lummox (AT)— UA. .. .2-16-30 
Lumpenball (AT-German) — 

AGF. .4-26-.U 

Lunatic at Large — FN 3-6-27 

Luncheon for Three— PAR 

Lure of Alaska— EDU... 7-27-16 
Lure of Ambition — F... 11-16-19 
Lure of Crooning Waters — STL 
1-16-21 

Lure of Gold— ST 1922 

Lure of Egypt— PAT 1921 

Lure of Heart's Desire — M 

1-20-16 

Lure of Luxury — U 10-13-18 

Lure of the Jade— FBO. 11-6-21 
Lure of the Night Club— FBO 

7-3-27 

Lure of the Orient — A 1921 

Lure of the King (S-SE)— 

WAF. .1-31-32 
Lure of the West— CHE. .. 1926 
Lure of the Wild— COL. 1-31-26 



Lure of the Yukon— LB .7-20-24 

Lure of Youth— M 1-16-21 

Luring Lips— U 7-24-21 

Lust of the Ages— OG. .8-23-17 

Luther— REF 1929 

Luxury— ARW 1921 

Lydia Gilmore— PAR. .. 12-30-15 

Lying Lips— APR 2-13-21 

Lying Lips— AMU 5-4-16 

Lying Truth— AR 4-30-22 

Lying Wives— IV 6-28-25 

Lyon's Mail— TRI 1919 

— M— 

Macbeth— REI 6-8-16 

Maciste— ITA 9-9-15 



Maciste in Hell— OLY. 6-28-31 



McKenna of the Mounted 

(AT) — COL. .11-7-32 

Mad Dancer— J A 4-26-25 

Mad Parade (AT)— 

PAR. . 9-20-3 1 

Mad Hour— FN 4-22-28 

Mad Love— KRA 1921 

Mad Love— G 3-11-23 

Mad Lover— PAT 8-2-17 

Mad Marriage— U 2-6-21 

Mad Marriage— ROS 1925 

Mad Genius (AT)— WA 

10- 25-31 

Mad Woman — U 

Mad Whirl— U 11-30-24 

Madam Satan (AT)— MGM 

10- 5-30 

Madam Spy— U 1-10-18 

Madam Who? — PAL 1-3-18 

Madame Behave— PPC . 12-27-25 
Madame Bo Peep— TRI . 5-24-17 
Madame Butterfly — PAR 

11- 11-15 
Madame Butterfly (AT) — 

PAR. .12-24-32 
Madame Du Barry — F. . 1-31-18 
Madame Jealousy — PAR. .2-7-18 
Madame Peacock— M . . . 10-10-20 
Madame Pompadour — PAR 

8-7-27 

Madame Presidents — PAR 

2-17-16 

.Madame Racketeer (AT) — 

PAR. .7-23-32 
Madame Sans Gene — PAR 

4-26-25 

Madame Sherry— HOF. .9-13-17 

Madame Sphinx— TRI 6-9-18 

Madame Wants No Children— F 
6-12-27 

Madame X— G 10-3-20 

Madame X (AT)— M-G-M 

4- 28-29 

Madamoiselle Midnight — MG 

5- 11-24 

Madcap— U 

Madcap Madge— TRI ....7-5-17 

Made for Love— PDC 2-7-26 

Made in America— PAT. .2-9-19 

Made in Heaven— GO 5-1-21 

Made to Order Hero— U.. 1928 
Mademoiselle Modiste — FN 

5- 9-26 

Madison Square Garden 

(AT)— PAR. .10-14-32 
Madness of Helen— PBA. 11-9-16 

Madness of Love— FBO 1922 

Madness of Youth— F. . .4-15-23 
Madonna of Avenue A (PT & 

S)— WA. .8-18-29 
Madonna of the Sleeping Cars — 
FFS.. 10-20-29 
Madonna of the Streets— FN 

11- 9-24 

Madonna of the Streets (AT)— 
COL.. 11-30-30 

Madonna of the Slums— U. . 1920 
Madonnas and Men— JA. 6-20-20 
Maedchen in Uniform (AT- 
German)— KAC. .9-23-32 

Maelstrom— VIT 6-28-17 

Magda— SEL 10-18-17 

Magdalen of the Hills— M 

4-19-17 

Maggie Pepper — PAR. . .2-16-19 

Magic Cup— REA 5-2-21 

Magic Eye— BL 4-25-18 

Magic Flame— U A 9-11-27 

Magic Garden— FBO 2-20-27 

Magic Night (AT)— UA 

11-3-32 

Magic Toy Maker— KR. 12-2-15 

Magician— M-G-M 10-31-26 

Magnificent Brute — U... 3-20-21 
Magnificent Flirt— PAR . . 7-1-28 
Magnificent Lie (AT)— 

PAR.. 7-26-31 
Magnificent Meddler— VIT 

6- 7-17 

292 



Maid o' the Storm — PAT 

7- 21-18 

Maid of Belgium— PWO 

10- 25-17 

Maid of the West — F .... 7- 1 7-21 

Maid to Order— WEI 1929 

Maid to Order (AT)— 

ARC. .1931 

Mailman— FBO 12-2-23 

Main Event— PAT 10-30-27 

Main Street— WA 6-17-23 

Mainspring — RED 11-30-16 

Majesty of the Law— PAR 

9-9-15 

Make Believe Wife— PAR. . 1918 
Make Me a Star (AT) — IJ 

PAR.. 7-2-32 
Maker of Men— PLY. . .11-13-21 
Maker of Men (AT)— 

COL.. 12-20-31 
Making a Man— PAR. . 12-24-22 

Making Good— SAN 1923 

Making of O'Malley— FN 

6- 28-25 

Making of Madalena — PAR 

6- 8-16 

Making the Grade— BUL. 1-8-22 
Making the Grade (PT & S)— 
F.. 4-28-29 
Making the Varsity— EXP 

8- 26-28 

Malay Nights (AT)— MAF 

1932 

Male and Female — PAR 

11- 30-19 

Maltese Falcon (AT).. 

WA.. 5-31-31 

Mamba (AT)— TIF 3-16-30 

Mamma's Affair— FN 2-6-21 

Mammy (AT)— WA. .. .3-30-30 
Man About Town (AT)— F 

5- 29-32 

Man Above the Law — TRI 

1-3-18 

Man Against Woman (AT)— 
COL. .12-17-32 

Man Alone— AN 2-25-23 

Man and Beast— U 7-19-17 

Man and His Angel— TE 

3-16-16 

Man and His Money— G. 4-27-19 
Man and His Soul— M . .2-24-16 
Mar. and His Woman— PAT 

7- 18-20 

Man and Maid— MG. .. .4-12-25 
Man and the Moment— AE. 1922 
Man and the Moment (PT & S) 
FN.. 8-11-29 
Man and the Woman — USA 

3- 29-17 

Man and Wife — ARW. . .7-29-23 
Man and Woman— JA. . .9-11-21 

Man Bait— PDC 1-23-27 

Man Behind the Curtain— VIT 

6- 22-16 

Man Beneath— EXI 7-13-19 

Man Between— AE 1923 

Man Braucht Kein Geld 

(AT-German)— CAP. .11-17-32 
Man Called Back (AT)— 

TIF. .7-15-32 

Man Crazy — FN 1-1-28 

Man Four Square — F 6-6-26 

Man from Arizona (AT)— 

MOP. .1932 
Man from Beyond — HOU 

4- 16-22 

Man from Bitter Roots — F 

7- 6-16 

Man from Blankley's (AT)— 
WA. .4-6-30 
Man from Brodney's — VIT 

12-2-23 

Man from Downing St. — VIT 

4-16-22 

Man from Funeral Range — PAR 
1918 

Man from Glengary— HOD 

3-18-23 



Man from Chicago (AT) — 

COL. .1-18-31 
Man From Death Valley 

(AT) — MOP. .10-11-31 
Man from Hardpan — PAT 

2-20-27 

Man from Headquarter* — RA 

10- 7-28 

Man from Hell's Edges 

(AT)--\VW.. 5-29-32 
Mm from Hell's River— WPX 

4- 23-22 

Man from Home — PAR. .5-7-22 
Man from Lost River— G 

1-22-22 

Man from Mexico— PAR. .. 1914 
Man from Montana — BU 

11- 29-27 
Man from Nevada— SYN 

9- 22-29 

Man from New Mexico (AT)— 
MOP.. 8-24-32 
Man from Nowhere— ARW. 1921 
Man from Nowhere — SYN . 1930 
Man from Nowhere — U.. 6-8-16 
Man from Oklahoma — RA..1926 
Man from Painted Post — ART 

10- 4-17 

Man from Red Gulch— PDC 

12- 20-25 

Man from Texas — PDC. . . 1924 
Man from the West— U. 11-14-26 
Man from Wyoming— U. 1-20-24 
Man from Wyoming, A (AT) — 

PAR. .7-13-30 
Man from Yesterday (AT) — 

PAR. .6-25-32 

Man Hater— TRI 10-25-17 

Man Higher Up— GOT 1928 

Man Hunt— WO 6-23-18 

Man Hunter— F 2-23-19 

Man Hunter, The (AT)— WA 

4-6-30 

Man I Love (AT & S)— PAR 

6-2-29 

Man in Blue— U 2-22-25 

Man in Hobbles— TIF. . 1-20-29 
Man in the Moonlight — U..1919 
Man in the Open— UNI. .3-9-19 
Man in Possession (AT) — 

MGM.. 7-19-31 
Man in the Rough— FBO. . 1928 

Man in the Saddle— U 1926 

Man in the Shadow— ACI . 1926 

Man Inside— U 1-20-16 

Man Life Passed By — M 

12-23-23 
Man-Made Woman — PAT 

9- 23-28 

Man Must Fight (AT)— PAR 

1929 

Man Must Live— PAR 2-8-25 

Man Next Door— VIT. .. .6-3-23 

Man of Action— FN 6-10-23 

Man of Bronze — WO. .. 12-15-18 
Man of His Word— RAL. . 1917 

Man of Honor — M 1919 

Man of Might— VIT 1919 

Man of Mystery— VIT. .1-25-17 

Man of Nerve— FBO 1925 

Man of Quality— EXP. .10-31-26 

Man of Shame— U 10-4-15 

Man of Sorrow — F 4-27-16 

Man of Stone— SEZ 11-27-21 

Man of the Forest — PAR... 1926 
Man of the Forest— HOD 

5- 22-21 

Man on the Box— PAR 1925 

Man on the Box — WA. 10-11-25 

Man of the World (AT)— 

PAR. .3-22-31 

Man Rustlin'— FBO 1926 

Man She Brought Back— AE 

10- 8-22 

Man Tamer — U 6-5-21 

Man There Was — RAF.. 2-29-20 

Man to Man— U 2-5-22 

Man to Man (AT)— WA . 1-4-31 
Man Trackers— U 7-17-21 



Man Trail— ES 9-23-1 S 

Man Trap— BL 11-1-17 

Man Unconquerable — PAR 

7- 23-22 

Man Under Cover— U. .. .4-9-22 

Man Upstairs— WA 1926 

Man Wanted— CC 1922 

Man Wanted (AT)— WA 

4-17-32 

Man Who— M 7-17-21 

Man Who Came Back — F 

9- 21-24 

Man Who Came Back (AT) — 
F. .1-4-31 

Man Who Cheated Life— AEP 
2-17-29 

Man Who Couldn't Beat Con- 
science — VIT 

Man Who Could Not Beat God 
VIT.. 11-4-15 

Man Who Dared— F 8-8-20 

Man Who Fights Alone— PAR 

8- 31-24 

Man Who Forgot— BRA. 1-18-17 
Man Who Found Himself — PAR 
9-6-25 

Man Who Had Everything — G 
1921 

Man Who Laughs— U. .. .5-6-28 
Man Who Lost Himself — SEZ 
6-6-20 

Man Who Made Good — FAT 

5- 3-17 

Man Who Married His Own 

Wife— U 4-30-22 

Man Who Paid— PS. .. .2-19-22 
Man Who Played God— UA 

10- 8-22 

Man Who Played Gnd (AT)— 

WA. .2-14-32 
Man Who Played Square — F 

1- 4-25 

Man Who Saw Tomorrow — 

PAR.. 11-5-22 
Man Who Stayed at Home — M 

6- 15-19 

Man Who Stood Still— BRA 

10-19-16 

Man Who Took a Chance — BL 

2- 8-17 

Man Who Turned White, The — 
EXI.. 6-8-19 
Man Who Waited— AE. ... 1922 
Man Who Was Afraid— ES 

7- 19-17 

Man Who Woke Up— TRI 

6- 9-18 

Man Who Won — F 10-14-23 

Man Who Won— VIT. . .6-29-19 
Man Who Would Not Die — 

AMU.. 9-7-16 
Man Who Wouldn't Tell— VIT 
12-8-18 

Man with the Camera — AM . 1929 
Man Without a Conscience — WA 
6-7-25 

Man Without a Country — U 

1917 

Man Without a Heart— BAE 

1924 

Man with Two Mother's — G 

6-4-22 

Man, Woman and Sin — M-G-M 
12-17-27 

Man, Woman and Wife (S-SE) 
U.. 11-11-28 
Man-Woman-Marriage — FN 

1-16-20 

Man's Country— EXI 7-6-19 

Man's Desire— EXI 7-13-19 

Man's Fight— UNI 8-17-19 

Man's Home— SEZ 10-2-21 

Man's Land, A (AT) — 

AP.. 12-28-32 
Man's Law and God's — AR.1922 
Man's Making— LUB ..12-23-15 

Man's Man— TRI 9-20-17 

Man's Man (S-SE)— M-G-M 

6-9-29 

293 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Man's Mate — F 4-13-24 

Man's Past— U 9-11-27 

Man's Plaything— SEZ 1920 

Man's Size — F 12-17-22 

Man's Woman— PBW... 3-29-17 

Man's World— M 7-7-18 

Manhandled — PAR 8-3-24 

Mandarin's Gold— WO. . .2-16-19 

Manhattan— PAR 11-2-24 

Manhattan Cocktail (S-SE) — 

PAR. .12-3-28 



Manhattan Cowboy— SYN 

5-12-29 

Manhattan Knight — F... 3-21-20 
Manhattan Knights — EXP 

9-9-28 

Manhattan Madness — FAT 

9-21-16 

Manhattan Madness — AE 

5-28-25 

Manhattan Parade (AT)— 

WA.. 1-3-32 
Manhattan Tower (AT) — 

REM. .11-2-32 

Manicure Girl— PAR 7-5-25 

Mannequin — PAR 1-17-26 

Manon Lescaut — Ufa. . .12-19-26 

Manpower — PAR 7-31-27 

Mansion of Aching Hearts, The 
SCH. .3-8-25 

Manslaughter — PAR 9-24-22 

Manslaughter (AT)— PAR 

7-27-30 

Mantle of Charity— PAT. 9-29-18 
Man to Man (AT)— WA. . 1930 

Mantrap— PAR 7-25-26 

Matrimonial Bed, The (AT) — 

WA. .8-24-30 
Man Trouble (AT)— F. 8-17-30 

Manx Man— TCS 4-12-17 

Manx Man— UFA 12-22-29 

Many a Slip (AT)— U. .8-30-31 

Marble Heart— F 3-16-16 

Marcellini Millions — PAR 

5- 10-17 

March Hare— REA 7-24-21 

March of the Machines — FGU 

1928 

Mare Nostrum— M-G-M .2-28-26 

Maria Rosa — PAR 5-4-16 

Marianne (AT & S) — M-G-M 

1929 

Marie Antoinette— UNP .3-10-29 

Marie. Ltd.— SF.L 3-30-19 

Marienettes— SEL 2-14-18 

Mark of Cain— RED.... 8-24-16 
Mark of Cain— PAT. .. .11-1-17 
Mark of the Beast — HOD 

6- 17-23 

Mark of the Spur (AT)— 

BIF. .3-6-32 
Mark of Vain Desire — TRI 



5-18-16 

Mark of Zorro — UA 12-5-20 

Marked Man— U 1917 

Marked Men— U 12-21-19 



Marked Money (S-SE)— PAT 

10-28-28 

Market of Souls— PAR. .9-21-19 
Marlie, the Killer— PAT. 3-18-28 
Marooned Hearts — SEZ. 10-17-20 
Marquis Preferred— PAR 

1- 27-29 

Marriage— F 2-20-27 

Marriage— SHE 11-24-18 

Marriage by Contract (S-SE) — 
TIF.. 10-14-28 

Marriage Bubble— TRI 1918 

Marriage Chance— SEZ. . 1-21-23 

Marriage Cheat— FN 6-8-24 

Marriage Circle— WA .. .2-10-24 

Marriage Clause — U 6-20-26 

Marriage for Convenience — SHE 

2- 23-19 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Marriage Gamble— ME 1921 

Marriage in Transit — F...S-3-25 

Marriage Lie— BL 4-2S-18 

Marriage License — F . . . .8-29-26 
Marriage Maker— PAR. .9-30-23 
Marriage Market — CBC. 12-23-23 
Marriage Market— CBC .... 1917 
Marriage Morals— WEB .8-19-23 
Marriage of Kitty — PAR. .9-9-15 
Marriage of Molly O — FAT 

7-27-16 

Marriage of VVm. Ashe — M 

I- 23-21 

Marriage Pit— U 10-3-20 

Marriage Playground (AT) — 

PAR. .1929 
Marriage Price— ART .. .3-30-19 

Marriage Ring— PAR 9-8-18 

Marriage Speculation — VIT 

12-13-17 

Marriage Whirl— FN .... 7-26-25 
Marriages Are Made — F 

10-13-18 

Married?— JA 1925 

Married Alive— F 8-21-27 

Married Flapper— U 7-30-22 

Married Flirts— MG 10-19-24 

Married in Haste — F 4-6-19 

Married in Hollywood (AT)— F 
9-29-29 

Married in Name Only — IV 

1917 

Married Life— SKT 6-27-20 

Married People— HOD .. 7-23-22 

Married Virgin— FID 1920 

Marry Me— PAR 8-2-25 

Marry in Haste — GOL.. 2-10-24 
Marry the Girl— STE. .. .3-11-28 
Marry the Poor Girl— AE. . 1922 

Marse Covington — M 1915 

Marshall of Money Mind— ARW 
Martha of the Lowlands — PAR 
1914 

Martin Eden— PAR 1914 

Martyr Sex— GOL 5-4-24 

Martyrdom of Philip Strong — 

PAR.. 11-30-16 
Martyrs of the Alamo— FAT 

II- 4-15 

Maruja— EXI 1919 

Mary Ellen Comes to Town — 
PAR.. 3-28-20 
Mary Jane's Pa— VIT. . .8-23-17 
Mary Lawson's Secret— PAT 

3-22-17 

Mary Moreland— PMU . .8-16-17 
Mary of the Movies — FBO 



5-27-23 

Mary O'Rourke— PAT 1919 

Mary Regan— FN 5-11-19 

Mary's Ankle— PAR 3-7-20 

Mary's Lamb— PAT 1915 

Mask of Lopez— FBO. .11-25-23 

Mask— TRI 9-1-18 

Mask— EPI 3-13-21 

Mask of Fu Manchu (AT)— 
MGM. .12-3-32 

Mask of Riches— TRI 1918 

Masked Angel— CHA 4-1-28 

Masked Bride— MG 12-6-25 

Masked Dancer— PRI ...5-25-24 

Masked Dancer— VIT 1924 

Masked Emotions (S-SE)— F 

Masked Heart— AMU ... 7-19-17 

Masked Lover— GSF 1928 

Masked Motive— PAT 1914 

Masked Rider— M 6-22-16 

Masked Woman — FN . . . .2-20-27 
Masks and Faces— WO .... 1918 



Masks of the Devil— M-G-M 

12-2-28 



Mason of the Mounted (AT) — 
MOP. .9-3-32 
Masquerade (AT & S) — F 

9-8-29 

Masquerade Bandit— FBO 

7- 18-26 

Master of Beasts— AY 1922 

Master of His Home — TRI 

8- 23-17 

Master Man — PAT 5-11-19 

Master Mind— PAR 1914 

Master Mind— FN 9-19-20 

Master Passion— KES. .. 1-11-17 
Master Shakespeare, Strolling • 

Player— MTL 4-20-16 

Master Stroke— VIT 1920 

Masters of Men— VIT 4-8-23 

Masque of Life— FHG. . .11-2-16 

Masquerader — FN 8-20-22 

Masqueraders— PAR 11-4-15 

Mata Hari (AT)— MGM 

1-3-32 

Match Breaker— M 8-14-21 

Match King, The (AT)— 

FN. .12-9-32 
Mate of the Sally Ann— AMU 

12-6-17 

Maternal Spark— TRI .. 12-13-17 

Maternity— PBW 5-24-17 

Mati Hari — The Red Dancer — 
BRI.. 11-25-28 

Matinee Idol— COL 4-29-28 

Matinee Ladies— WA. .. .4-17-27 

Mating— VIT 10-6-18 

Mating Call— PAR 10-14-28 

Mating of Marcella — PAR 

5- 19-18 

Matrimaniac — FAT 12-14-16 

Matrimonial Martyr — PAT 

6- 22-16 

Matrimonial Web— VIT 1922 

Matrimony — INC 11-4-15 

Mawas — BO 6-i5-30 

Maybe It's Love (AT)— WA 

10-19-30 

May Blossom— PAT 3-22-17 

Mayor of Filbert— TRI .... 1919 

Maytime— PRE 12-2-23 

McFadden's Flats— FN. .2-13-27 
McGuire of the Mounted — U 



7-8-23 

Me and Captain Kidd— WO 

11-16-19 

Me an' Me Pal— RED 2-8-17 

Me and My Gal— AR 1922 



Me and My Gal (AT) — F 

12-10-32 

Me, Gangster (S-SE)— F 

19-28-28 

Mechanics of the Brain — AM 

iy28 

Measure of a Man — BL. 11-16-16 
Measure of a Man — U... 9-21-24 
Meanest Man in the World— FN 
9-30-23 

Meddler— U 5-24-25 

Meddling Women— CHA 

10-12-24 

Meddlin' Stranger— PAT. 5-29-27 

Mediator— F 11-23-16 

Medicine Bend — MTL. . .6-15-16 

Medicine Man— TRI 11-8-17 

Medicine Man, The 'AT) — 

TIF. .8-3-30 
Meet the Prince— PDC. .7-18-26 
Meet the Wife (AT)— 

COL. .6-21-31 
Mein Leopold (AT-German) — 
CAP. .4-3-32 
Meine Frau. Die Hochstapkerin 

(AT-German) — UFA. .2-7-32 
Meistersingers — MOV .12-22-29 
Melissa of the Hills— AM 

7-26-17 

Melodie Des Herzen (At- 

German)— UFA. .1932 

Melodies— GOO 1926 

Melody Lane (AT & S)— U 

7-21-29 

294 



Melody of Love (AT)— U 



10-28-28 
Melody Man (AT)— COL 

2-16-30 

Melting Millions— F 1927 

Memory Lane— FN 1-31-26 

Men— PAR 5-25-24 

Men— BBF 5-26-18 

Men and Tobs (AT)— AM. 1932 



Men and Women— PAR. .4-5-25 
Men Are Like That (AT)— 

PAR.. 12-29-29 
Men Are Like That (AT)— 

COL.. 8-16-31 
Men Call It Love (AT)— 

MGM.. 6-21-31 
Men in Her Life (AT)— 

COL.. 12-6-31 
Men in the Raw— U. ... 11-4-23 
Men Like These (AT)— POP 
1-10-32 

Men of America (AT)— RKO 
1932 

Men of Chance (AT)— RKO 

1-3-32 

Men of Daring — U 4-3-27 

Men of the Desert— ES. . 10-4-17 
Men of the Night— STE . 8-1 5-26 
Men of the North (AT)— MGM 
12-14-30 



Men of Steel— FN 7-18-26 

M.n of the Sky (AT)— 

FN.. 7-19-31 
Men of Zanzibar — F 5 21-22 



Men on Call (AT)— F. 12-14-30 

Men on Call ( AT)— F . . . . 1931 
Men She Married— PBW 

11-23-16 

Men Who Have Made Love to 

Me— ES 1-17-18 

Men Who Forget— GEN. 2-17-24 
Men Without Law (AT)— 

COL.. 11-30-30 
Men Without Women (AT) — 
F. .2-2-38 

Men, Women and Money — PAR 
6-22-19 

Menace— VIT 1-24-18 

Menace, The (AT)— COL 

1-31-32 

Menace of the Mute — PAT 

11-11-15 

Mensch Ohne Namen (AT- 
German)— UFA. . 11-10-32 
Merely Mary Ann — F. . .2-24-16 
Merely Mary Ann (AT)— 

F. .9-13-31 

Merely Players— WO. .. .8-25-18 
Merrily We Go to Hell (AT)— 
PAR. .6-11-32 

Merry Go Round — F 9-28-19 

Merry-Go-Round— U 7-8-23 

Merry Peasant— SEV 1928 

Merry Widow— MG 8-30-25 

Merton of the Movies — PAR 

9-14-24 

Messalina— FBO 8-31-24 

Message of the Mouse — VIT... 
Message from Mars— M .3-27-21 

Metropolis— PAR 3-13-27 

Mexicali Rose (AT)— COL 

1-12-30 

Mexico Today— EDU ...6-23-18 

Miami— PDC 6-8-24 

Mice and Men— PAR. ... 1-13-16 

Michael and Mary (AT)— U 

I- 10-32 

Michael O'Halleran— HOD 

6-17-23 

Michael Strogoff— U. .. 10-24-16 

Miche (AT-French)— PAR 

12-7-32 

Michigan Kid— U 7-8-28 

Mickey— WSR 8-11-18 

Microbe— M 7-20-29 

Microscope Mystery — FAT 

II- 2-16 

Mid-Channel— EQU ....9-19-20 
Middleman— M 1915 



Standard 
Equipment 



MOTION 
PICTURE 
THEATRES 



Famous 
Sayings of 1932 

OUTSTANDING COMMENTS ON FILM 
AFFAIRS BY IMPARTIAL OBSERVERS 

"Warners have unearthed a new slant on Ameri- 
can Psychology." —N.Y. Telegraph, Feb., 1932 

"Warners are bringing dynamically power- 
ful atmosphere back in as the movie art threat- 
ens to become effete." — N.Y, Sun, May, 1932 

"Warner Bros, pictures have been a lifesaver 
to us— head and shoulders above all others." 

— Fred Leiberman, Mass., Exhibitor, June, 1932 

"Warner Bros, in the past season turned out more 
hits than any other 2 companies in the business." 

— Wm. Cadoret, Rochester, N.Y., Exhibitor, June, 1932 

"Warner Bros, are setting the pace on pictures 
designed to jolt folks out of their depression- 
complex." — Film Daily, Aug., 1932 

"Forty percent of all 3-star and 4-star pictures for 
the past six months have been Warner Bros." 

—Liberty, Dec, 1932 

" 'I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang* was not 
only the best of all the American pictures pro- 
duced during 1932, but one of the best pictures 
that has ever been made in this country." 

■—National Board of Review, Dec, 1932 

"A consensus of opinion of Allied leaders rates 
Warner-First National 1932 product first in point 
of quality (main weight being given to box-office 

value)." —Allied State Assn. Bulletin, Dec. 1932 

"Everyone should give a rising vote of thanks 

tO Warner Bros." —Movie Classic, Dec, 1932 



2% 



...And here are 

The 16 Most Important 
Pictures of 1933 . . 





298 



Midlanders — FED 1921 

Middle Watch (AT)— BI 

12-14-30 

Midnight — PAR 1922 

Midnight Adventure — RA. 7-1-28 
Midnight Alarm— VIT . . .8-5-23 

Midnight Bell— FN 8-21-21 

Midnight Bride— VIT.... 2-1-20 
Midnight Burglar— RAL. . .1918 
Midnight Daddies (AT) — WW 
8-11-29 

Midnight Express— CBC 



11-23-24 

Midnight Faces— GO<» l»26 
Midnight Flower— AV 1926 
Midnight Flyer— FBO .1-10-26 
Midnight Gambols- -PI. 6-27-20 
Midnight Girl— CHA. ..7-12-25 

Midnight Guest— U 3-11-2.' 

Midnight Kiss— F 10-31-26 

Midnight Lady (AT)— CHE 

5-15-32 

Midnigh* Life — GOT 8-12-28 

Midnight Limited- "A. 12 20-25 
Midnight Lovers— FN ... 1 1-7-26 
Midnight Madness — BL . .6-2-18 



Midnight Madn-s— PAT 

8-19-2? 

Midnight Man— U 

Midnight Message— GOO 

11-7-25 

Midnight Molly— FBO .. 3-15-25 

Midnight Morals (AT)— MAF 

Midnight Mystery (AT)— 

RK0..6-8-3C 
Midnight on the Barbary Coast 
AI. .1929 

Midnight Patrol (AT) — 

MOP. .5-8-32 



Midnight Patrol— SEL 1918 

Midnight Riders — PS 

Midnight Romance— FN. 3- 16- 19 

Midnight Rose— U 1928 

Midnight Secrets — RA 1924 

Midnight Special (AT) — CHE 
12-7-30 

Midnight Stag* — PAT 1-5-19 

Midnight Sun— U 5-2-26 



Midnight Taxi (PT & S)-WA 
11-4-28 

Midnight Trail — AMU ... 3-14-18 
Midnight Warning (AT) — 

MAF. . 1932 
Midnight Watch— RA. .. 3-13-17 

Midshipman — MG 10-18-25 

Midstream (PT & S)— TIF 

9-15-29 

Midsummer Madness — PAR 

12-12-20 
Midsummer Night's Dream — 

FFS. .1928 
Might and the Man— FAT 

• 5-17-17 

Might of Love— U 

Mighty (AT & S)— PAR.. 1929 
Mighty Lak a Rose— FN 

2-11-23 

Mighty, The (AT) — PAR. 1-5-30 

Mignon — Unknown 8-5-23 

Mike— M-G-M 1-17-26 

Milady— SEZ 1-28-23 

Milady of the Beanstalk— PAT 

11-24-18 
Mile-a-Minutc Kendall— PAR 

5-12-18 

Mile-a-Minute-Man— LUM. 1926 
Mile-a-Minute Morgan — SAN 

4-13-24 

Mile-a-Minute Romeo — F..1923 



Milestones — G 9-12-20 

Mill on the Floss— MT. 12-23-15 
Millie (AT)— RKO ....1-25-31 

Million— PAR 1914 

Million a Minute — M 5-18-16 

Million Bid— WA 6-12-27 



Million Dollar Collar (PT & S) 
WA.. 2-24-29 
Million Dollar Dollies— M. 1918 



Million Dollar Handicap— PDC 
2-14-26 

Million Dollar Legs (AT)— 

PAR..7-9-3J 
Million Dollar Mystery— RA 

9-25-27 

Million for Love— STE. .8-19-28 
Million for Mary— AMU. 8-17-16 

Million to Burn— U 11-4-23 

Millionaire— U 11-6-21 

Millionaire (AT)— WA. .4-12-31 
Millionaire Cowboy— FBO 

10- 19-24 

Millionaire Kid— VIT ... 4-20-16 
Millionaire Pirate — BL.. 2-16-19 
Millionaire Policeman— STE 

7-18-26 
Millionaire Vagrant — TRI 

5-24-17 

Millionaires— WA 11-14-26 

Millionaire's Double— M . 5-10-17 
Min and Bill (AT)— MGM 

11- 23-30 

Mind Over Motor— PRI ... 1923 
Mind the Paint Girl— FN 

11- 30-19 

Mine to Keep — AHR ... 8-12-23 
Mine with the Iron Door— PRI 

12- 21-24 



Minnie— FN .12-3-22 

Mints of Hell— EXI 6-1-19 

Miracle— COQ 1928 

Miracle Baby— FBO ... .8-12-23 

Miracle Man— PAR 8-31-19 

Miracle Man, The (AT)— 

PAR. .4-24-32 

Miracle Makers— AE 1923 

Miracle of Life— PWB 1929 

Miracle of Life— AMU. 1 1-25-15 

Miracle of Life— AE 7-18-26 

Miracle of Love— PAR .12-28-19 



Miracle of Manhattan— SEZ 

5-8-21 

Miracle of Money— PAT . 5-2-20 
Miracle of St. Anthonv 

(S-SE)-VIU.. 4-17-32 
Miracle of Wolves— HIS. 5-10-25 
Miracle Woman (AT) — 

COL.. 8-2-31 

Mirage— PDC 3-29-24 

Mirandy Smiles— PAR 1918 

Mirror— PMU 5-31-17 

Misbehaving Ladies (AT) — 

FN. .11-8-31 

Mischief Maker— VIT 

Mischief Maker— F 11-30-16 

Misfit Earl— G 11-16-19 

Misfit Wife— M 7-18-20 

Misleading Lady— G 12-19-20 

Mis'.eading Lady— ES. . .1-27-16 

Misleading Lady— M 1921 

Misleading Lady (AT)— 

PAR. .4-10-32 
Misleading Widow— PAR. 9-7- 19 

Mismates— FN 1926 

Miss Adventure — F 4-27-19 

Miss Ambition— VIT.... 12-1-18 

Miss Arizona— ARW 1919 

Miss Bluebeard— PAR.... 2- 1-25 
Miss Brewster's Millions — PAR 
3-7-26 

Miss Crusoe— WO 10-5-19 

Miss Dulcie from Dixie — VIT 

3-23-19 

Miss George Washington — PAR 

11- 30-16 

Miss Hingersnap — PAT 1919 

Miss Hobbs— REA 6-20-20 

Miss Innocence— F 7-21-18 

Miss Jackie of the Army — AMU 

12- 20-17 
Miss Jackie of the Navy — 

MT. . 12-14-16 
Miss Lulu Bett— PAR. .12-25-21 
Miss Mischief Maker— RAL 

1918 

Miss Nobody— PAT 

Miss Paul Revere— CLR. . .1922 
Miss Petticoats— BRA. . .7-27-16 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Miss Pinkerton (AT) -FN 

7- 9-32 

Miss Robinson Crusoe — M 

8- 9-17 

Miss U. S. A.— F 1917 

Missing— PAR 6-2-18 

Missing Daughters— SEZ. 7-6-24 
Missing Husbands— M... 5-21-22 

Missing Link— W A 5-22-27 

Missing Links— TRI ...12-23-15 
Missing Million— PAR... 9-24-22 
Missing Rembrandt (AT)— 

FD. .3-27-32 
Mississippi Gambler (AT) — U 

11- 3-29 

Mist in the Valley— HEP. . 1924 
Mistaken Identity— TRI ... 1919 

Mistaken Orders— RA 1926 

Mister Antonio (AT & S)— TIF 

12- 8-29 

Mister Forty-Four— M .. .9-21-16 

Mistigri (AT-French)— PAR 

193.' 

Mistress of Shenstone— RC 

3-20-21 

Mistress of the World— PAR 

3- 12-22 

Mixed Blood— RED 1-4-17 

Mixed Faces— F 10-1-22 

M'Liss— ART 5-2-18 

Mile, from Armentieres — M-G-M 
10-28-28 

Mile. Paulette— TRI 5-19-18 

Mme. Sans Gene — PS 1922 

Moana— PAR 2-21-26 

Moby Dick (AT)— WA 

8-17-30 

Mockery— M-G-M 8-28-27 

Model from Montmartre — PAR 

10- 21-28 

Modern Cinderella— F ... 1-1 1-17 
Modern Daughters— RA .. 7-3-27 
Modern Du Barry— U ... 3-25-28 
Modern Husbands— EXI .. 6-1-19 

Modern Life— U 9-8-18 

Modern Love— U 1918 

Modern Love (PT & S)— U 

1929 

Modern Marriage— SEZ . .4-8-23 
Modern Matrimony — SEZ 

11- 18-23 
Modern Monte Cristo- PAT 

1-25-17 

Modern Mothers— COL .. 8-19-28 
Modern Musketeer— ART. 1-3-18 

Modern Salome— M 1920 

Modern Thelma — F 4-20-16 

Mohican's Daughter — AR 

10-1-2? 

Mojave Kid— FBO 8-7-27 

Molly and I— F 3-21-20 

Molly and Me (PT & S)— TIF 
4-7-29 

Molly Entangled— PAR.... 1917 
Molly Go Get 'Em— AMU 

1-17-18 

Molly Make-Believe — PAR 

4- 20-16 

Molly O— FN 12-4-21 

Molly of the Follies— PAT 

2-2-19 

Mollycoddle— UA 6-20-20 

Moment Before — PAR ... 5-1 1-16 
Monkey Business (AT) — 

PAR.. 9-27-31 
Money Changers — PAT. 10-31-20 

Money Corral— ART 4-27-19 

Money Isn't Everything — PAT 
10-6-18 

Money Mad— G 9-22-18 

Money Madness — U 6-7-17 

Money Magic— VIT 2-1-17 

Money Maniac — PAT 7-24-21 



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Money Master— EDK .. .9-16-15 

Money Bill— VIT 

Money, Money, Money — FN 

1-22-23 

Money Talks— M-G-M. . .5-16-26 

Money to Burn — F 4-16-22 

Money to Burn — LUM .11-28-26 

Monkey Talks— F 2-27-27 

Monkey's Paw— SEZ 1923 

Monna Vanna — F 1 0-7-23 



Monsieur Beaucaire — PAR 

8- 17-24 

Monster Walks (AT)— 

MAF. .2-7-32 
Monsters of the Deep — TPE 

5-24-31 

Montana Kid (AT)— MOP 

9- 13-31 

Montana Moon (AT)— MGM 

4-13-30 

Monte Carlo Madness (AT)— 
FD . .6-5-32 
Monte Carlo— M-G-M . . . 3-28-26 
Monte Carlo (AT)— PAR 



8-31-30 

Monte Cristo— F 3-19-22 

Monster— MG 2-22-25 

Montmartre — PAR 7-6-24 

Montraartre Rose— EXP . 5-26-29 

Moon Madness — RC 8-1-20 

Moonlight and Honeysuckle — 

RE A.. 7-24-21 

Moonlight Follies— U 9-18-21 

Moon of Israel — FB O . . . . 7-3-27 
Moonshine Trail— PAT . 10-26-19 
Moonshine Valley— F. .. .3-20-22 
Moral Code, The — ERB . .3-9-17 
Moral Courage— PBW. . .5-24-17 
Moral Deadline— WO ...2-16-19 

Moral Fabric— TRI 3-16-16 

Moral Fibre— VIT 1921 

Moral Law— F 3-21-18 

Moral Sinner— PAR 4-27-24 

Moral Suicide— GRA 3-28-18 

Morals— PAD 1922 

Morals for Men— TIF. . 11-22-25 



Morals for Women (AT)— 

TTF.. 12-22 31 
Morals of Hilda— RED. 12-21-16 
Moran of the Lady Letty — PAR 

2- 12-22 

Moran of the Marines — PAR 

10-21-28 
Moran of the Mounted — RA 

9-19-26 
More to Be Pitied— CBC 

9-24-22 

More Deadly Than the Male — 
PAR.. 12-14-19 
More Excellent Way— VIT 

3- 29-17 

More Pay— Less Work — F 

7-4-26 

More Trouble— PAT 6-2-18 

More Truth Than Poetry— M 

11-1-17 

Morgane — FF 1929 

Morgan's Last Raid — M-G-M 

2-10-29 

Morgan's Raiders — BL. .2-21-18 
Morganson's Finish — TIF. . 1926 

Moritz Macht Sein Clueck 

(AT-German) — CAP . . 12-28-32 
Mormon Maid— HWF. . .2-22-17 
Morocco (AT)— PAR.. 11-16-30 



Morok— HES 2-7-18 

Mortal Clay— GHA 1922 

Mortal Sin— M 3-15-17 

Mortgaged Wife— U 6-30-18 

Mortmain— VIT 9-9-15 

Moscow Today — AM S-19-29 

Most Dangerous Game (AT) — 
RKO. .9-10-32 



Most Immoral Lady (AT & S) 
FN.. 10-27-29 

Moth— SEL 10-11-17 

Mother— FBO 3-13-27 

Mother— HAM 1928 

Mother— TCS 



Mother and the Law — GRI 

9-7-19 

Mother and the Law — Super- 
Art. .11-1-18 

Mother and Son (AT)— 

MOP.. 8-30-31 
Mother Eternal— GRA . .4-24-21 

Mother Heart— F 6-12-21 

Mother, I Need You— CAS 
Mother Knows Best (PT & S) — 
F.. 9-23-28 

Mother Love and the Law — AY 
1921 

Mother Machree (S-SE)— F 

1- 22-28 

Mother of His Children — F 

4- 11-20 

Mother O' Mine— APR. . .6-5-21 

Mother O' Mine— BL 

Mother of Mine— ZAK 1928 

Motherhood— STB 1928 

Mother's Boy (AT)— PAT 

5- 12-29 

Mothers Cry (AT)— FN. 12-7-30 
Mothers Cry (AT)— FN 

12-7-30 

Mothers-In-Law— PRE .8-19-23 

.Mothers Millions (AT) — U 

5-10-31 

Mothers of Men— REP ... 3-7-20 
Mother's Ordeal— VAN . .5-10-17 
Mother's Secret— F .... 12-23-19 

Mother's Secret— BL 4-25-18 

Mother's Sin— VIT 2-7-18 

Motion to Adjourn— ARW. 1922 
Moulders of Men— FBO . .4-3-27 
Moulin Rouge (S-SE)— WW 

2- 10-29 

Mountain Dew — TRI 9-20-17 

Mountain Eagle — LEE 1926 

Mountain Justice (AT)— U 

5- 18-30 

Mountain Lovers— COQ ... 1929 
Mountain Madness— SEZ .. 1921 

Mountain Woman— F 2-6-21 

Mountains of Manhattan — LUM 

6- 26-27 

Mounted Fury (AT)— WW 

12-20-31 
Mounted Stranger (AT) — U 

3-9-30 

Mouthpiece, The (AT) — 

WA.. 4-24-32 
Movie Crazy (AT)— PAR 

8-12-3? 

Mr. Barnes of N. Y.— G..1922 
Mr. Billings Spends His Dime — 
PAR.. 3-1 1-23 

Mr. Bingle— PS 1922 

Mr. Dolan of New York 

Mr. Fix-It— ART 4-25-18 

Mr. Goode the Samaritan — FAT 
5-25-16 

Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo — 

PAR.. 12-16-15 
Mr. Lemon of Orange (AT) 

— F.. 3-29-31 
Mr. Logan, U. S. A.— F.. 1918 
Mr. Mulligan & Mr. Garrity — 
WEI. .1929 

Mr. Opp— BL 8-23-17 

Mr. Pim Passes By— SEC. 1922 
Mr. Potter of Texas— PS. . 1922 
Mr. Robinson Crusoe (AT)— 

UA. .9-23-32 

Mr. Wu— M-G-M 5-22-27 

Mr. Wu— STL 12-26-20 

Mrs. Black Is Back— PAR 

Mrs. Balfame— MT 4-19-17 

Mrs. Dane's Confession — FBO 
1922 

Mrs. Dane's Defense — PAR 

1-10-18 

Mrs. Erricker's Reputation — 

HEP.. 1924 
Mrs. Lemngwell's Boots — SEZ 
9-2-18 

Mrs. Reynolds— WO 1918 

Mrs. Slacker— PAR 3-28-18 

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1 3,262 TITLES 



Mrs. Temple's Telegram— PAR 
5-16-20 

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage 

Patch— PAR 2-23-19 

Muggsy — TRI 1919 

Mummy. The ( AT)— U . . . 1932 
Mummy and the Humming 

Bird— PAR 11-18-15 

Murder— Ufa 1928 

Murder (AT)— BI 10-26-30 

Murder at Dawn (AT)— 

BIF. .2-28-32 
Murder at Midnight (AT)— 

TIF. .9-20-31 
Murder by the Clock (AT)— 

PAR. .7-19-31 
Murder on the Roof, The 

(AT)— COL.. 2-9-30 
Murder Will Out (AT)— FN 

4- 20-30 

Murders in the Rue Morgue 

(AT)— U. .2-14-32 

Music Master — F 1-23-27 

Must We Marry?— TPC. 3-3-29 

Mutiny— BL 3-15-17 

Mutiny of the Elsinore — M 

7-25-20 

Mutterliebe — FFF 2-22-31 

My American Wife — PAR 

1-7-23 

My Best Girl— M 

My Best Girl— UA 11-13-27 

My Boy— FN 1-1-22 

My Country First— UNA 

5- 18-16 

My Cousin— ART 12-1-18 

My Dad— FBO 7-9-22 

My Four Years in Germany — 

SR.. 3-21-18 
My Friend from India — PAT 

5-13-28 

My Friend the Devil— F. .. 1922 

My Home Town — RA 1928 

My Husband's Other Wife— 

PAT.. 12-21-19 
My Husband's Wives — F 

12-28-24 

Mv Lady Friends— FN 1922 

My Lady Incog— PAR. . 1-27-16 
My Lady of Whims— ARW 

1-17-26 

My Lady's Dress— F 

My Lady's Garter— PAR 

3-21-20 

My Lady's Latch Key— FN 

3-20-21 

Mv Lady's Lips— SCH .. 7-26-25 
My Lady's Past (PT & S)— 

TIF.. 8-25-29 



My Lady's Slipper— VIT 

1-20-16 

My Little Boy— BL 12-13-17 

My Little Sister— F 6-15-19 

My Madonna— M 11-11-15 

My Man— VIT 2-17-24 

My Man (PT & S)-WA 

12-3-28 

My Neighbor's Wife— DAV 

S-31-25 



My Official Wife— VIT. 12-7-16 
My Official Wife— WA. 10-17-26 

My Old Dutch— U 11-18-15 

My Old Dutch— U 1926 

My Old Kentucky Home— AR 
5-7-22 

My Own Pal— F 3-21-26 

My Own United States— FRO 

1-24-18 

Mv Pal the K : ng (AT)— U 

1932 

My Partner— MT 3-23-16 

My Past (AT)— WA... 3-15-31 
My Sin (AT)— PAR. .. .9-6-31 



My Son — FN 41225 

My Unmarried Wife— BL 

12-20-17 

My Valet— TRI 9-30-15 

My Wife — MT 

My Wife and I— W A. . .5-24-25 

Mv Wife's Family (AT) — 

POP. .3-13-32 
My Wild Irish Rose— VIT 

6- 18-22 

Mysteries of Nature- -UFA 

7- 27-30 

Mysterious Mr. Parkes (AT- 

French) — PAR. .8-31-30 

Mystery Brand— RA 1927 

Mystery Club— U 9-12-26 

Mystery Girl— PAR 1918 

Mystery of No. 47— SEL 

6- 7-17 

Mystery of Life (AT)— U 

7- 5-31 

Mystery of Lourdes— PHE. 1928 
Mystery at the Vi'.la Rose 

(AT)— BI.. 6-1-30 
Mystery of the Yellow Room — 
REA.. 10-26-19 
Mystery of Washington Square — 
FID. .1920 

Mvstery Ranch (AT)— F. 7-1-32 

Mystery Rider— AI 1928 

Mystery Road— PAR. .. .7-31-21 
Mystery Train (AT)— 

COT.. 8-23-31 
Mystery Valley— RA .... 12-9-28 
Mysteries of Life (S-SE)— 

PWP..1929 
Mysteries of Myra — INT. 6-1-16 
Mysteries of Myra— WTL 

4-27-16 

Mysterious Client— PAT. 5-12-18 
Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu 

(AT)— PAR.. 7-28-29 
Mysterious Island (PT & S)— 
M-G-M.. 12-22-29 
Mysterious Lady — M-G-M 

8- 12-28 

Mysterious Miss Terry — PAR 

8- 30-17 

Mysterious Mr. Browning — 

ARW..1919 
Mysterious Mr. Tiller — BL 

9- 20-17 

Mysterious Mrs. M. — BL 

I- 25-17 

Mysterious Rider— HOD 

10-23-21 

Mysterious Rider — PAR . 3-27-27 
Mysterious Witness— FBO^ ^ ^ 

Mystic— MG 9-6-25 

Mystic Faces — TRI 9-8-18 

Mystic Hour— APO 5-24-17 

Mystic Mirror— Ufa 10-7-28 

— N — 

Nacht-Bummler (AT-German) 
—COL.. 3-8-31 

Naked Hearts — BL 5-18-16 

Naked Truth (S-SE)— PWP 

1929 

Nameless Men— TIF ... .3-25-28 
Name the Man— MG. .. .1-20-24 
Name the Woman— COL. 9-2-28 
1917 

Namenheirat (AT-German) — 

FAF. .1932 

Nana— MOV 8-4-29 

Nancy Comes Home— TRI 

4-4-18 

Nancy from Nowhere— PAR^ ^ 
Nancy's Birthright — MT 

5- 25-16 

Nanette of the Wi'.ds — PAR 

II- 30-16 

Nan of Music Mountain — PAR 
Nanook of the North — PAT 

6- 18-22 



Napoleon — M-G-M 2-17 29 13 262 TITLES 

Napoleon and Josephine— *' 

FBO..S-25-24 

Napoli Che Canta (AT-Ital- — 

ian)— CRE.. 1-25-31 
Narayana— GAU 1921 

Nar Rosorna Sla-Ut (AT- New Movietone Follies of 1930 

Swedish)— PAR. .2-15-31 (AT)— F. .6-29-30 

Narrow Escape— RAY 1926 New Orleans (PT & S)— TIF 

Narrow Path— RED 8-31-16 8-11-29 

Narrow Path— PAT 1918 New School Teacher— CCB . 1924 

Narrow Street— WA 1-11-25 New Teacher— F 8-13-22 

Narrow Trail— ART 1-10-18 New Toys — FN 3-1-25 

Nation's Peril— VIT New Year's Eve (S-SE)— 

Nature and Love— Ufa. ... 1928 F.. 4-14-29 

Nature Girl— U 1919 New York— PAR 2-6-27 

Nature Man— U 11-4-15 New York— PAT 2-10-16 

Natural Law— FRN. . . .11-J5-17 New York Idea— REA. .12-12-20 

Naughty— FD 1927 New York Luck— AMU. 12-27-17 

Naughty Baby (S-SE)— New York Nights (AT)— UA 

FN.. 1-20-29 2-2-30 

Naughty But Nice— FN. 6-26-27 New York Peacock— F. . .3-1-17 

Naughty Duchess — TIF. 10-28-28 News Parade— F 6-3-28 

Naughty Flirt (AT)— FN Next Corner— PAR 3-30-24 

4- i 9- 2i Nice People— PAR 8-20-22 

Naughty Nannette— FBO . 4-24-27 Nice Women (AT)— U. 2-21-32 

Naughty! Naughtyl— PAR N ie Wieder Liebe (AT- 

» ili tiT ,11,1 German)— UFA.. 1-17-32 

Nauahka— PAT 2 ^t\\ Night After Night (AT)— 

Nav.gator-MG . . . . . ,. . . . .9-7-24 PAR. .10-29-32 

Navy Blues (AT)— MGM^ ^ N ight Angel (AT)— PAR 

Near Lady— U ........ .12-2-23 Night Beat (AT)— ACT 

Nearly a King — PAR 2-17-16 12-27-31 

Nearly Married — GW .... 12-6-17 Night Bird U 10-7-28 

Near the Rainbow's End (AT) N ight Birds (AT)— BI . . 1-4-31 

Near the Trail's End (AT)— Night Bride— PDC 4-3-27 

Mear the Irail s tnd (Al) ^ Night CIub _p AR M0 . 2S 

Neath Western Skies— SYN Ni 8 ht Club Lad >"' ™<r (A o T) , — 

12-15-29 COL.. 8-27-32 

Necessary Evil— FN 6-21-25 Night Court (AT)— MGM 

Neck and Neck (AT)— WW ... . _ ,„. 5-29-32 

11- 8-31 Night C-y-WA 4-18-26 

Ned McCobb's Daughter— Night Flyer— PAT 3-25-28 

(S-SE)— PAT.. 11-4-28 Night Hawk— PDC 1924 

Nedra— PAT 11-12-15 Night Horsemen— F 9-11-21 

Ne'er Do Well— SEL. .. .2-17-16 Night Life — TIF 11-27-27 

Ne'er Do Well— PAR 5-6-23 Night Life in Hollywood— 

Neglected Wives— WIS. .4-25-20 ARW. .3-4-23 
Neglected Women— FBO . 7-27-24 Night Life in New York- 
Neighbors— WO 8-4-18 PAR. .8-2-25 

Nell Gwyn— PAR 1-31-26 Night Life in Reno (AT)— 

Nellie, the Beautiful Cloak ARC. .8-9-31 

Model— MG 4-20-24 Night Mayor (AT)— COL 

Neptune's Daughter — U 11-26-32 

Nero-F 5-28-22 Night Message— U 3-2-24 

Nervous Wreck— PDC. . 10-24-26 Night Nurse (AT)— WA.7-19-31 

Nest— EXP 10-16-27 Night of June 13 (AT)— 

Net— MT 4-6-16 PAR.. 9-17-32 

Net— F 1-27-24 Night of Love— UA. ... 1-30-27 

Nevada— PAR 8-21-27 Night of Mystery — PAR . 4-22-28 

Nevada Buckaroo (AT)— Night of the Pines— ARW 

TIF.. 11-29-31 1921 

Never Say Die— AE. .. .9-28-24 Night Out— VIT 2-3-16 

Never Say Quit— F 3-23-19 Night Owl— RA 1-30-27 

Never the Twain Shall Night Parade (AT & S) — RKO 

Meet— MG 8-2-25 „. , 11-17-29 

Never the Twain Shall Meet Night Patrol— FBO 3-21-26 

(AT)— MGM.. 6-7-31 Night Ride (AT)— U. .. 1-19-30 

Never Weaken— AE Night Rider (AT)— ARC 

New Adventures of Get Rich 5-22-32 

Quick Wallingford (AT)— Night Rose — G 

MGM. .10-11-31 Night Riders— SEC 4-30-22 

New Babylon— AM 12-8-29 Night Ship — LUM 4-19-25 

New Bromes— PAR 11-15-25 Night Watch (S-SE)— FN 

New Champion— COL.... 4-4-26 10-14-28 

New Commandment— FN. 11-1-25 Night Work (AT)— PAT 

New Disciple — FED. . . .12-25-21 „. . „, , 11-16-30 

New Klondike— PAR .... 3-28-26 Night Workers— ES .... 5-31-17 

New Lives for Old— PAR Night. World (AT)— U. ... 1932 

3-8-25 Nightingale of Paris— CBC. 1921 

New Love for Old — BL. .2-7-18 Nina, The Flower Girl— FAT 

New Morals for Old (AT)— , _ 1-11-17 

MGM. .6-24-32 9 3-5 Seconds— STC. .. 10-18-25 

Newly Rich (AT)— PAR.7-5-31 Nine O'Clock Town — INC 

New Moon— SEL S-18-19 S-4-18 

New Moon (AT)— MGM Nine Points of the Law — FBO 

12- 28-30 1913 

303 




304 



Nine Seconds from 

RIA. .7-2-22 
Nineteen and Phyllis — FN 

1-2-21 

1914 The Last Days Before 
the War (AT-German & 

English) — CAP. .9-7-32 
Nine-Tenths of the Law — ALA 
4-25-18 

Ninety and Nine— VIT. 12-21-16 
Ninety and Nine— VIT. 12-17-22 
Nix on Dames (AT)— F 

11-24-29 
No Babies Wanted— PLA 

8-26-28 

No Children Wanted— H OR 

8-11-18 

No Control— PDC 5-1-27 

No Defense— VIT 1-29-22 

No Defense (PT & S)— WA 

7-14-29 

No-Good Guy— INC ....4-27-16 

No Greater Love (AT)— 

COL. .5-15-32 
No Greater Love — SEL. .1-6-16 

No Gun Man — FBO 1924 

No Limit (AT)— PAR.. 1-18-31 
No Living Witness (AT)— 

MAF. .9-13-32 
Xo Man of Her Own (AT)— 

PAR. .12-31-32 

No Man's Gold— F 8-1-26 

No Man's Land— M 7-21-18 

No Man's Law— FBO. .11-22-25 

No Man's Law— PAT 5-1-27 

No Man's Woman— APH. 2-6-21 
No More Orchids (AT) — 

COL. .12-31-32 
No More Women— APH . . 2-3-24 
No Mother to Guide Her— F 

3-2-24 

No, No, Nanette (AT)— FN 

1-12-30 

Xo One Man (AT)— PAR 

1- 24-32 

No Other Woman— F. . .6-24-28 
No Place to Go— FN. . .12-25-27 
No Trespassing — HOD ..4-23-22 
No Woman Knows— U. . .9-4-21 
Noah's Ark (.PT & S)— WA 

3-17-2« 

Nobody— FN 7-31-21 

Nobody's BrMe- U 3-25-23 

Nobody's Fool— U 10-23-21 

Nobody's Girl— FED 1920 

Nobody's Kid— RC 7-17-21 

Nobody's Money— PAR. . .2-4-23 
Nobody's Widow— PDC. 1-23-27 

Nobody's Wife— U 3-7-18 

Noise in Newboro — M... 4-29-23 
Noisy Neighbors (PT & S)— 
PAT.-.2-17-29 
Nomads of the North — FN 

10-3-20 

Nomandie— SIN 6-21-31 

None But the Brave— F. .8-5-28 
None So Blind— ARW. .2-25-23 

Non-Stop Flight— FBO 1926 

Noose, The— FN 1-15-28 

North of Hudson Bay— F 

2- 24-24 

North of 36— PAR 12-7-24 

North of '53— F 1917 

North of Nevada— FBO.. 3-2-24 
North of the Rio Grande— PAR 
5-21-22 

North Star— AE 2-7-26 

North Wind's Malice— G 

10-24-20 

Nosferatu, the Vampire — FGU 
1929 

Nothing But Lies— M... 5-23-20 
Nothing But the Truth — M 

1-11-20 

Nothing But the Truth (AT)— 
PAR.. 4-28-29 
Nothing to Wear— COL. . . . 1928 
Not a Drum Was Heard— F 

2-3-24 



Not Built for Runnin' — STE 

10-5-24 

Not Damaged (AT)— F 

6-8-30 

Xot Exactly Gentlemen (AT) 
— F (reviewed as "Three 
Rogues" 4-5-31 

Not for Publication— FBO 

7- 10-27 

Not Guilty— EQ 12-16-15 

Not Guilty— FN 1-16-21 

Not My Sister— INC.... 5-11-16 
Not One to Spare— PDC. 4-6-24 
(Reviewed as "Which Shall It 
Be") 

Not Quite Decent (PT & S)— 
F.. 5-12-29 
Not So Dumb (AT)— MGM 

2-9-30 

Not So Long Ago— PAR.8-9-25 

Notoriety— WEB 10-8-22 

Notorious Affair, A (AT) — 

FN. .4-27-30 
Notorious Gallagher or His 

Great Triumph— M 6-1-16 

Notorious Lady— FN 4-17-27 

Notorious Miss Lisle — FN 

8- 22-20 

Notorious Mrs. Sands— RC. 1920 

Now Or Never— AE 

Now We're in the Air — PAR 

12-17-27 
Nth Commandment — PAR 

4-22-23 

Nugget Nell— PAR 8-3-19 

Number 17— F 1921 

Number 99— HOD 5-23-20 

Numbered Men (AT)— FN 

6- 15-30 
Nur Am Rhein (AT-Ger- 
man)— FTP,. 10-11-31 

Nurse Marjorie— RE A ..3-28-20 

Nut— UA 3-19-21 

Nut Cracker— AE 4-11-26 

Nymph of the Foothills— VIT 

9- 8-18 

Nymph of the Woods— VIT 

1918 

—0— 

O, Henry Stories— VIT. .3-22-17 
O'Malley of the Mounted — PAR 
2-13-21 

Oakdale Affair— WO ...10-12-19 

Oath— FN 4-17-21 

Oathbound— F 7-30-22 

Oberst Redl (AT-German)— 

CAP. .1932 

Obey the Law— COL 1-9-27 

Obey Your Husband— AN 

8- 12-28 

Object— Alimony— COL. . .3-3-29 
Obligin' Buckaroo — PAT 

10- 2-27 

Ocean Waif— INT 11-16-16 

Occassioually Yours — RC 

10-17-20 

Odessy of the North— PAR. 1914 

Office Girl (AT)— RKO. 3-13-32 
Office Scandal (PT & S)— PAT 

7- 21-29 

Office Wife (AT)— WA 

9- 28-30 

Officer 666— G 11-7-20 

Officer Jim— LBR 1926 

Officer O'Brien (AT)— PAT 

3-2-30 

Offenders— CLA 1922 

Offshore Pirate— M 2-13-21 

Off the Highway— PDC. 10-11-25 

Oh, Baby— U 8-15-26 

Oh, Boy— PAT 6-15-19 

Oh, Doctor— U 11-23-24 

Oh, For A Manl (AT)— F 

11- 9-30 

Oh, Jo— PAR 1921 

Oh, Johnny I— G 1-19-19 

Oh, Kay FN 9-2-28 

Oh, Lady, Lady— RE A. 12-26-20 

305 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Oh, Mabel Behave— AY. . .1922 
Oh, Mary Be Careful— PI 

9- 11-21 

Oh, Sailor, Behave! (AT)— 

WA. .2-15-31 
Oh, What a Night— STE 

12-12-26 

Oh, What a Nurse— WA. .3-7-26 
Oh, Yeah! (AT)— PAT. 1-5-30 

Oh, You Tony— F 9-21-24 

Oh, You Women— PAR... 1919 

Oil and Romance — AY 1926 

Okay America (AT) . . .U. 1932 
Oklahoma Cyclone (AT) — 

TIF.. 9-14-30 
Oklahoma Jim (AT)— MOP 

12-27-31 

Oklahoma Kid— SYN .. 12-15-29 
Old Age Handicap— TRI 

6-10-28 

Old and New— AM 5-4-30 

Old Clothes— MG 11-15-25 

Old Code— AN 11-18-28 

Old Dad— FN 1921 

Old Dark House, The (AT)— 
U. .1932 

Old English (AT)— WA. 8-24-30 
Old Fashioned Boy — PAR 

Old Fashioned Young Man — 

FAT.. 5-3-1 7 
Old Folks at Home— FAT 

10- 12-16 

Old Fool— PDC 12-23-23 

Old Hartwell's Cub— TRI 

5-19-18 

O Id Heidelberg— FAT ... 1 0-7- 1 5 
Old Home Week— PAR. 5-31-25 
Old Homestead — PAR .12-23-15 
Old Homestead— PAR. . .10-8-22 
Old Ironsides— PAR . . . 12-19-26 

Old Lady 31— M 4-3-20 

Old Love for New — TRI.. 1918 
Old Loves for New— FN 

5-2-26 

Old Maid's Baby — PAT. 2-9-19 

Old Nest— G 7-3-21 

Old Oaken Bucket— FBO 

10-23-21 

Old San Francisco— WA. 7-3-27 

Old Shoes— HPI 1927 

Old Soak— TJ 8-29-26 

Old Swimmin' Hole— FN 

2-20-21 

Old Wives for New— ART 

5-26-18 

Oldest Law— WO 6-2-18 

Oliver Twist— PAR 12-21-16 

Oliver Twist— FN 11-5-22 

Oliver Twist, Jr.— F 3-13-21 

Olympic Hero— ZAK 1928 

O'Malley Rides Alone— SYN 

1930 

Omar the Tentmaker— FN 

12-3-22 

On Dangerous Ground — BRA 

1-11-21 

On Probation — STE 12-14-24 

On Record— PAR 3-1-17 

On the Border (AT)— WA 

2-9-30 

On the Divide— SYN 2-3-29 

On the Go— ARC 4-5-25 

On the High Card— ARW. 1921 
On the High Seas— PAR 

10-8-22 

On the Jump— F 10-6-18 

On the Level— PAR.... 11-1-17 
On The Level (AT)— F 

7- 13-30 

On the Quiet— PAR 8-18-18 

On-the-Square Girl — PAT 

8- 23-17 



GLEN LAMEEGT 



Writing Directing 



EASTERN VITAPHONE STUDIO 



Jack Henley 



WRITER 




On the Stroke of Three — FBO 
12-14-24 

On the Stroke of Twelve — RA 

1- 15-28 

On the Threshold— PDC... 1925 

On the Trail— PS 

On Thin Ice— WA 3-15-25 

On Time — TRU 1924 

On to Reno— PAT 8-26-28 

On Trial— ES 6-21-17 

On Trial (AT)— WA. .. 11-18-28 
On With the Dance— PAR 

2-5-20 

On With the Show (PT)-WA 
6-2-29 

On Your Back (AT) — F 

8- 24-30 

On Your Toes— U 1928 

On Ze Boulevard— M-G-M 

7-17-27 

Once and Forever— TIF.10-23-27 

Once a Lady (AT)— ?AR 

11-8-31 

Once a Plumber— U .... 9-19-21 
Once a Sinner (AT) — F.l-18-31 
Once in a Lifetime (AT) — TJ 
1932 

Once to Every Man— FRO 

2-9-19 

Once to Every Woman — U 

10-3-20 

Once Upon a Time — BOL 

1- 1-22 

One Against Many— TRI. . 1919 

One A. M.-MT 8-3-16 

One Arabian Night— FN .9-25-21 
One Chance in a Million — LUM 
5-1-27 

One Clear Call— FN 6-25-22 

One Day— MOS 2-24-16 

One Dollar Bid— HOD 1918 

One-Eighth Apache — ARW . 1922 
One Embarrassing Night (AT) 

— MGM. .9-7-30 
One Exciting Night — UA 

10-29-22 

One Glorious Day— PAR. 2-5-22 
One Glorious Night — BAE.1925 
One Glorious Scrap— U. 11-20-27 
One Heavenly Night (AT)— 

UA. .12-7-30 

One Hour— RHF 11-29-17 

One Hour Before Dawn — PAT 
7-18-20 

One Hour of Love — TIF 

2- 20-27 

One Hour With You (AT)— 

PAR. .3-6-32 
One Hysterical Night (AT)— 
U.. 1-5-30 
One Increasing Purpose — F 

1-16-27 

One Law for Both -IV. . 5-10-17 
One Law for the Woman — VIT 
1924 

One Mad Kiss (AT)— F 

7-27-30 

One Man Dog— RKO. . .3-17-29 

One Man Game— U 1-9-27 

One Man in a Million — RC 

1- 16-21 

One Man Law (AT)— COL 

2- 14-32 

One Man Trail— F 3-27-21 

One Million Dollars— M . 12-2-15 
One Million in Jewels — SEZ 

2- 4-23 

One Minute to Play — FBO 

9- 19-26 

One Moment's Temptation — 

SEC. 1922 
One More American — PAR 

3- 7-18 

One Night in Paris— AE. .. 1922 
One Night in Rome— MG 

9-21-24 

One Night at Susie's (AT) — 

FN.. 11-23-30 
One of Many— M 2-1S-17 



One of Our Girls— PAR. . .1914 
One of the Bravest — LUM 

11-22-25 

One of the Finest— G 6-8-19 

One Punch O'Day— RA. .. 1926 
One Romantic Night (AT) — 

UA— 3-30-30 
One Round Hogan — WA 

10- 16-27 

One Shot Ross— TRI .. 10-11-17 
One Splendid Hour— EXP 

6- 9-29 

One Stolen Night— VIT. .. 1923 
One Stolen Night (PT & S)— 
WA..S-26-29 
One-Thing-At-a-Time O'Day — 

M.. 6-29-19 
One Thousand Dollars— VIT 

7- 7-18 

One Touch of Nature — EDK 

8- 16-17 

One Touch of Sin— F 2-1-17 

One Way Passage (AT)— 

WA. .8-23-32 
One Way Street— FN. . .3-29-25 

One Way Trail— SEZ 1920 

One Way Trail (AT)— 

COL— 12-13-31 
One Week of Life— G ... 5-25-19 
One Week of Love— SEZ 

11- 12-22 

One Wild Week— REA. .8-28-21 

One Woman— SEL 12-22-18 

One Woman Idea (S-SE)— F 

One Woman to Another — PAR 

9- 25-27 
One Wonderful Night— U 

12- 17-23 

One Year to Live— FN .. 3-8-25 
Once a Gentleman (AT)— WW 

7-13-30 
Only a Shop Girl— CBC 

12-24-22 

Only Road— M 6-16-18 

Only Saps Work (AT)— PAR 
12-14-30 

Only Son— PAR 1926 

Only the Brave (AT)— PAR 

3-9-30 

Only Thing— MG 11-29-25 

Only 38— PAR 6-17-23 

Only Way— UA 3-21-26 

Only Woman— FN 10-26-24 

Open All Night— PAR.. 9-21-24 

Open Door— RC 10-19-19 

Open Places— ES 8-23-17 

Open Range— PAR 1927 

Open Your Eyes— W A. . .7-6-19 

Opened Shutters— U 8-21-21 

Opening Night— COL 1927 

Opera Ball (AT-German)— 

PRX.. 11-8-31 
Opernredoute (AT-German) — 

PRX.. 1932 

Opportunity— M 7-14-18 

Oppressed— ELL 7-21-29 

Orchids and Ermine — FN 

3-27-27 

Ordeal— PAR 6-4-22 

Ordeal of Elizabeth- - VIT 

5- 18-16 

Ordeal of Rosetta— SEL. 7-21-18 

Orderly— PAT 1922 

Orphan — F 5-2-20 

Orphan of the Sage — FBO 

1-20-29 

Orphan Sally- LBR 1922 

Orphans cf tne Storm — UA 

1-8-22 

Othello— EPI 2-25 23 

Other Half-EXI 1919 

Other Kind of Love — GOL 

7-20-24 

Other Man— VIT 2-7-18 

Other Man's Wife— IND 

6- 15-19 

Other Men's Daughters— AHR 
12-30-23 

307 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Other Men's Daughters — F 

7-7-18 

Other Men's Shoes— PAT 

1-18-20 

Other Men's Wives— PAR 

7-6-19 

Other Men's. Women (AT) — 

WA.. 4-26-31 
Other People's Money— MT 

5- 25-16 

Other Side— AR 1922 

Other Side of the Door— MT 

1-6-16 

Other Tomorrow, The (AT) — 
FN. .5-25-30 

Other Woman— HOD 4-3-21 

Other Woman— PAT 1918 

Other Woman's Story— SCH 

4-11-26 

Other Women's Clothes — HOD 
3-19-22 

Other Women's Husbands — WA 
5-2-26 

Our Better Selves— PAT 

7- 13-19 

Our Blushing Brides (AT)— 
MGM . .8-3-30 
Our Dancing Daughters — 

M-G-M. .10-14-28 

Our Hospitality— M 11-18-23 

Our Leading Citizen — PAR 

6- 18-22 

Our Little Wife— G 2-21-18 

Our Modern Maidens — 

M-G-M.. 9-8-29 
Our Mrs. McChesney— M 

8- 25-18 
Our Mutual Friend — FBO 

12-4-21 

Our Navy — PRR 6-23-18 

Our Teddy— FN 1919 

Out All Night— U 10-2-27 

Out of a Clear Sky— PAR 

9- 29-18 

Out of Dust— MCA 1-25-20 

Out of Eternity— PS 

Out of Luck— PAR 8-31-19 

Out of Luck— U 8-5-2 J 

Out of Singapore (AT) — ST 

9-16-32 

Out of the Chorus— REA 

3-27-21 

Out of the Darkness— PAR 

9-1615 

Out of the Darkness — GAU 

1921 

Out of the Depths— PI 1921 

Out of the Drifts— PAR. . .1916 

Out of the Fog— M 2-9-19 

Out of the House of Bondage — 
LYC..1921 
Out of the Night— SHE 

10-23-18 

Out of the Past 1928 

Out of the Silent North — U 

6- 11-22 

Out of the Shadow — PAR 

1-26-19 

Out of the Snow— SEZ. 11 -14-20 
Out of the Past— PEE.. 11-1 3-27 
Out of the Ruins— FN. .8-26-28 

Out of the Storm — G 6-20-20 

Out of the Storm— TIF. .5-2-26 
Out of the West— FBO.... 1926 
Out of the Wreck— PAR. 3-15-17 
Out With the Tide— PEE 

7- 29-28 

Out Yonder— SEZ 1919 

Outcast— FN 11-25-28 

Outcast— PAR 12-10-2* 

Outcast— EMU 9-20-17 

Outcast Souls — STE 2-5-38 



Outcasts of Poker Flat— U 



6-29-19 

Outlaw Breaker— GOO 1926 

Outlaw Dog— FBO 4-3-27 

Outlaw Express — PAT ..11-7-26 

Outlawed— PI 1921 

Outlawed— RKO 3-3-29 

Outlaw's Daughter— U 1926 

Outlaws of Red River— F 

4-24-27 



Outlaws of the Deep — PS 

Outlaws of the Sea— SEZ. . 192.1 
Outing Chester Travelogues— 
MT.. 7-7-18 

Outside the Law — U 1-9-21 

Outside the Law (AT)— U 

8-31-30 

Outside Woman— REA. .3-20-21 



Outsider— F 1-24-26 

Outsider— M 11-22-17 

Outsider (AT)-MGM 1931 

Outward Bound (AT)— WA 

9-21-30 

Outwitted— M 11-22-17 

Outwitted — IND 1925 

O. U. West— FBO 4-5-25 

Oval Diamond— MT 2-17-16 

Over Night— WO 12-16-15 

Over the Border— PAR. .6-11-22 



Over the Garden Wall— VIT 

1919 

Over the Hill— PAT. . .11-29-17 

Over the Hill— F 2-26-20 

Over the Top— VIT 4-4-18 

Over the Wire — M 7-3-21 

Over There — SEL 1919 

Overalls— AMU 3-23-16 

Overland Limited — LUM 

7-26-25 

Overland Red— U 2-15-20 

Overland Bound (AT)— PRS 

11-23-29 

Overland Stage — FN 2-6-27 

Overland Telegraph— M-G-M 

3-24-29 

— P— 

Pace That Thrills— FN. 10-18-25 
Pack Up Your Troubles 

(AT)— MGM. .10-1-32 
Paddy O'Hara—TRI.... 4-26-17 
Paddy-the-Next-Best-Thing — 

APA. .1923 

Padlocked— PAR 8-8-26 

Pagan (S-SE)— M-G-M .5-19-29 

Pagan God— RC 8-17-19 

Pagan Lady (AT)— COL 

9-27-31 

Pagan Love— HOD .... 12-26-20 

Pagan Passions— SEZ 5-4-24 

Page Mystery— PBW ....5-3-17 
Pagliacci (AT)— AUC... 3-1-31 

Paid (AT)— MGM 1-4-31 

Paid Back— U 8-27-22 

Paid in Advance— U 11-16-19 

Paid in Full— PAR 3-2-19 

Paid to Love— F 7-31-27 

Paint and Powder — CHA 

10-18-25 
Painted Angel (AT)— FN 



1- 5-30 

Painted Desert (AT)— 

PAT 1-18-31 
Painted Doll— PAT .10-4-17 
Painted Faces (AT)— TIF 

2- 2-30 

Painted Flapper— CHA. 10-19-24 

Painted Lady— F 9-28-24 

Painted Lie— HMU 4-12-17 

Painted Lily— TRI 6-30-18 

Painted Lips — U 2-14-18 

Painted Madonna — F 1917 

Painted People — FN 2-3-24 

Painted Ponies— U 8-14-27 

Painted Post— F 6-17-28 

Painted Soul— MT 12-30-15 

Painted Trail— R A 1928 

Painted Woman (AT)— F 

9-16-32 



Painted World— VIT 1919 

Painter— MAN 8-2-17 

Painting the Town — U.. 6-26-27 

Pair of Cupids— M 8-4-18 

Pair of Silk Stockings— SEL 

7-14-18 

Pair of Sixes— ES 6-9-18 

Pajamas — F 11-13-28 

Pal O'Mine— CBC 5-11-24 

Palace of Darkened Windows — 

SEZ. .12-12-20 

Palace of Honey— Ufa 1928 

Palace of Pleasure— F. .. 1-17-26 

Paliser Case— G 2-22-20 

Palm Beach Girl— PAR. .7-4-26 
Palmy Days (AT)— UA. 9-27-31 

Pals— TRU 1926 

Pals First— FN 8-15-26 

Pals First— M 10-6-18 

Pals in Paradise— PDC. 12-12-26 

Pals in Peril— PAT 1928 

Pals of the Prairie (S-SE)— 

RKO . .7-28-29 

Pals of the West— CC 1922 

Pamir— AM 7-20-30 

Pampered Youth— VIT. .2-15-25 
I'anamn Flo (AT)— RKO 

1-24-32 

Pandora's Box— MO V ... 12-8-29 

Panthea— SEZ 1-11-17 

Panther Woman— FN 1918 

Pants— ES 9-20-17 

Parade of the West (PT)— U 

2-2-30 

Paradise— FN 1926 

Paradise— Ufa 11-10-29 

Paradise Island (AT)— TIF 

7-20-30 

Paradise for Two— PAR .1-30-27 

Paradise Garden— M 10-11-17 

Paramount on Parade (AT) — 
PAR.. 4-20-30 

Parasite — SCH 3-1-25 

Pardon My French— G ... 1-1-22 
Pardon My Gun (AT)— PAT 

10-S-30 

Pardon My Nerve— F. . .2-26-22 
Pardon Us (AT)— MGM 8-23-31 
Parentage Message — HEN 

6- 14-17 

Paris— M-G-M 6-13-26 

Paris (AT & S)— FN. .11-17-29 
Paris Bound (AT)— PAT 

7- 28-29 

Paris Green— PAR 4-25-20 

Paris at Midnight— PDC. 5-9-26 

Parish Priest— GAF 1921 

Parisian (AT)— CAP ..8-23-31 

Parisian Love— SCH 8-16-25 

Parisian Nights— FBO 3-8-25 

Parisian Romance. A (AT)— 

AP.. 10-14-32 

Parisian Romance — F 1-20-16 

Parisian Scandal— U. .. 11-27-21 

Parisian Tigress— M 1919 

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath — M 
1920 

Parlor, Bedroom and Bath 

(AT)— MGM.. 4-5-31 
Parson of Panamint — PAR 

8- 17-16 

Parted Curtains— WA 1922 

Parting of the Trails— SYN 

l-S-30 

Partners (AT)— RKO . . . 2-28-32 
Partners Again — UA. .. .2-21-26 
Partners in Crime — PAR.. 5-6-28 
Partners of the Sunset— LUB 

1922 

Partners of Fate — F 2-20-21 

Partners of the Night— G. 3-7-20 
Partners of the Tide— HOD 

3-20-21 

Partners of the Trail (AT) — 

MOP.. 8-30-31 

Partners Three— PAR 1919 

Part Time Wife (AT)— F 

11-30-30 

309 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Party Husband (AT)— 

FN.. 5-17-31 
Party Girl (AT)— TIF. .. l-S-30 

Pasquale — PAR 5-18-16 

Passers By— PAT 6-20-20 

Passersby— EQ 3-16-16 

Passion Flower (AT)— MGM 

12-21-30 

Passing of the Third Floor Back 
FN.. 5-2-18 
Passing of Wolf MacLean — 

ERM. .1924 



Passing Thru— PAR 9-11-21 

Passion— FN 10-10-20 

Passion — TRI 3-1-17 

Passion Flower— FN 4-10-21 

Passion Fruit — M 1-30-21 

Passion of Joan Arc— AEP. 1929 
Passion of St. Francis (S)— 

MON. .12-23-32 

Passion Play— PAS 1928 

Passion Song— EXP ....3-17-29 



Passionate Plumber, The (AT) — 
MGM.. 3-13-32 
Passion's Pathway — LBR 

9- 21-24 

Passion's Playground — FN 

10- 3-20 

Passionate Adventure — LBR 

1926 

Passionate Adventurer — SEZ 

1924 

Passionate Friends— CBC. . 1923 
Passionate Journey — PAR . . 1924 
Passionate Pilgrim — PAR. 1-9-21 

Passionate Quest — WA 1926 

Passionate Youth— TRU. 7-12-25 
Passport to Hell, A (AT)— 

F. .8-25-32 
Passport to Paradise (AT) — 

MAF. .7-15-32 

Pasteboard Crown — AE 1922 

Pat O' the Ranch— RUL.. 1921 

Pat O' the West Side 1926 

Patchwork Girl of Oz — PAR... 
Patent Leather Kid — FN 

8-21-27 

Path of Happiness — U 2-3-16 

Path She Chose— U 5-9-20 

Paths to Paradise— PAR. 7-12-25 

Patriot— INC 8-17-16 

Patriot (S-SE)— PAR... 8-26-28 

Patriotism— PAL 6-16-18 

Patsy— TRU 1923 

Patsy— M-G-M 4-29-28 

Patsy— F 1923 

Patsy's Jim— PS 1921 

Paul J. Rainey's African Hunt — 
U..1918 

Paul Street Boys— FFS. .7-21-29 
Pauper Millionaire— PGO. 2-4-23 



Pawn of Fate— WO 3-2-16 

Pawn of Fortune — PAT 

Pawn Ticket 210— F. ... 1-28-23 
Pawned— SEZ 1922 



Pawns of Passion— WW. 6-16-29 
Paws of the Bear— TRI.. 6-28-17 
Pay as You Enter (S-SE)— WA 
8-26-28 



Pay Day— FN 4-9-22 

Pay Day— M 6-2-18 

Pay Me— U 

Pay Off— ELB 1926 



Pay Off (AT)— RKO. .11-16-30 
Payable on Demand— PHD . 1924 
Paying His Debt— TRI ... 5-2-18 
Paying the Limit— GER. 8-3 1-24 
Paying the Piper — PAR. 1-30-21 
Paying the Price— COL .6-12-27 

Payment— INC 7-13-16 

Payment Deferred (AT)— 

MGM. .11-10-32 
Payment Guaranteed— PAT. 1921 




€AST€RN VITAPHON€ STUDIO 




ROSCOE 



(Fatty) 



ARBUCKLE 

• 

completed 
"HEY POP" "BUZ Z'N AROUND" 
"HOW'VE YOU BEAN" 



Starting new series for coming season 
for Warner Bros. 



Under Exclusive Management 

LEO MORRISON . . Associate JOE RIVKIN 



Peace of Roaring River — G 

8- 17-19 

Peaceful Peters — ARW . 1 0-29-22 
Peaceful Valley — FN ... 1 0- 1 7-20 
Peach O'Reno (AT)— RKO 

12-27-31 

Peacock Alley— M 11-13-21 

Peacock Alley (AT) — TIF 

2-9-30 

Peacock Fan— CHE 3-17-29 

Peacock Feathers— U. .. .8-23-25 
Peak of Fate — ROG. . . .5-28-25 

Peaks of Destiny— PAR 1928 

Pearl of Love— LBR 1925 

Pearl of Paradise— MT. 11-16-16 
Pearl of the Antilles— TER 

9- 30-15 

Pearl of the Army— PAT 

11-30-16 

Peck's Bad Boy— FN. .. .5-1-21 

Peck's Bad Girl— G 9-22-18 

Peddler, The— USA 8-16-17 

Peddler of Lies— U 1920 

Peer Gynt— PAR 9-9-15 

Peg of the Pirates— F 1918 

Peg O' My Heart— M.. 12-17-23 
Peg O' the Sea— STE.... 8-4-18 

Pegeen— VIT 1920 

Peggy— TRI 1-20-16 

Peggy of the Secret Service — 
DAV. .9-27-25 
Peggy Does Her Darndest — M 

2-23-19 

Peggy Leads the Way— AMU 

11-8-17 

Peggy Puts It Over— VIT. 1921 
Pell Street Mystery— RA. . 1924 

Pen Vulture— KRA 1919 

Penal Code, The (AT) — 

FRE..1932 

Penalty— G 11-21-20 

Penguin Pool Murder, The 

(AT) — RKO. . 12-2-32 

Penitentes— FAT 12-9-15 

Pennington's Choice — M 

11- 11-15 

Penny of Hill Top Trail — FED 
5-1-21 

Penrod— FN 2-26-22 

Penrod and Sam — FN... 6-17-23 
Peurud and Sam (AT)— 

FN.. 9-27-31 
People vs. John Doe — U 

12- 21-16 
People vs. Nancy Preston — 

PDC. 12-13-25 

Peppy Polly— PAR 4-13-19 

Peranisketty Polly Ann— TRI 

9-13-17 

Perch of the Devil— U. .1-23-27 

Percy— PAT 4-5-25 

Perfect Alibi— PHD 1924 

Perfect Alibi (AT)— 

RKO.. 3-8-31 
Perfect Clown— CHA .. 12-20-25 
Perfect Crime (PT & S)— FBO 
6-17-28 

Perfect Flapper— FN .... 6-29-24 
Perfect Gentleman— PAT .. 1928 

Perfect Lady— G 12-8-18 

Perfect Lover— SEZ 9-21-19 

Perfect Sap— FN 1-16-27 

Perfect 36— G 1918 

Perfect Woman— FN 8-1-20 

Perils of Divorce— WO... 6-8-16 

Perils of Paris 1925 

Perils of the Coast Guard— RA 
1926 

Periwinkle — AMU 6-21-17 

Perjury— F 8-21-21 

Pershing's Crusaders — FN.. 1918 
Personality (AT) — COL. 2-23-30 
Personal Maid (AT)— 

PAR.. 8-30-31 
Persuasive Peggy — MAY 

11-22-17 

Pest— G 4-20-19 

Petal on the Current — U.. 8-3-19 
Peter Pan — PAR 1-11-25 



Peter the Great — PAR... 7-1-23 
Petticoat Pilot— PAR ...2-14-18 
Petticoat Politics— HOD .8-26-18 
Pettigrew's Girl — PAR.. 3-16-19 

Phantom — INC 6-22-16 

Platinum Blonde (AT)— 

COL— 11-1-31 
Phantom, The (AT)— ARC 

1931 

Phantom Bullet — U 6-13-26 

Phantom Buster— PAT. .8-21-27 

Phantom Butler — SEZ 

Phantom City— FN 1-13-29 

Phantom Express — GDG. 12-6-25 
Phantom Express (AT) — 

MAJ. .9-21-32 

Phantom Flyer — U 1928 

Phantom Fortunes— VIT .9-7-16 
Phantom Honeymoon — HAL 

1919 

Phantom Horseman — U ... 3-9-24 
Phantom Husband — TRI 

10-11-17 

Phantom in the House (AT & 
S)— COT.. 10-20-29 
Phantom Justice — FBO.. 1-13-24 

Phantom Melody— U 1-25-20 

Phantom of Crostwood, The 

(AT)— RKO.. 10-18-32 
Phantom of Paris (AT)— 

MGM.. 11-15-31 
Phantom of the Forest — LUM 

2-14-26 

Phantom of the Opera — U 

9-13-25 

Phantom of the Opera PT) — 
U.. 2-16-30 
Phantom of the Range — FBO 

2-5-28 

Phantom of the Turf— RA 

5- 6-28 

Phantom President (AT) — 

PAR. .9-23-32 

Phantom Rider— SYN 1929 

Phantom Riders— U 1-31-18 

Phantom Shadows— DAV. . 1925 
Phantom Shot Gun — RAL..1917 
Phantoms of the North — BIL 

6- 2-29 

Phantom's Secret— U 5-17-17 

Phil-For-Short— WO 6-8-19 

Philip Holden- Waster — AMU 

10-12-16 
Phyllis of the Follies— U 

12-30-28 

Physician— TIF 6-23-29 

Piccadilly (S-SE)— WW. 7-21-29 

Piccadilly Jim— SE 2-8-20 

Pidgin Island — M 1-4-17 

Pied Piper Malone— PAR .2-3-24 

Pilgrim— FN 11-19-22 

Pilgrims of the Night— APR 

8-14-21 

Pillagers— APR 1922 

Pillars of Society— ES... 8-17-16 

Pink Gods— PAR 10-1-22 

Pink Tights— U 9-19-20 

Pillory— PAT 

Pinch Hitter— AE 2-21-26 

Pinch Hitter— TRI 4-26- 1 7 

Pinto— G 2-1-20 

Pinto Kid— FBO 1-1-28 

Pioneer Scout — PAR 1928 

Pioneer Trails— VIT ... 10-21-23 
Pioneers of the West— SYN 

I- 19-30 

Pipes of Pan— HEP 1924 

Piper's Price— BL 1-11-17 

Pirates of the Sky — PAT 

5-15-27 

Pitfalls of a Big City— F 

4-13-19 

Pity the Poor— SEZ 

Place Beyond the Wind— RED 

II- 2-16 

Place in the Sun— TRI .... 1919 
Place of Honeymoons — PI .1920 

Plain Jane— INC 9-14-16 

Planter — MT 1917 

311 



13,262 TITLES 



Plastered in Paris (S-SE)— F 
10-7-28 

Plastic Age— SCH 10-4-25 

Playboy of Paris (AT)— 

PAR. .11-2-30 

Play Girl— F 4-29-28 

Play Girl (AT)— WA. . .3-20-32 

Play House— FN 1921 

Play Safe— PAT 1-23-27 

Play Square — F 8-21-21 

Playing Around (AT)— FN 

3-30-30 

Playing Dead— VIT. ... 10-21-15 

Playing Fair— F 1921 

Playing it Wild— VIT. . .4-29-2t> 
Playing the Game— PAR. 4-25- 18 
Playing with Fire— M. . .4-27-16 
Playing with Fire— U. . 12-18-21 
Playing with Souls— FN .. 5-3-25 
Plaything of an Emperor — LEV 
1922 

Plaything of Broadway — REA 

3-20-21 

Playthings— U 8-18-18 

Playthings of Destiny— FN . 1921 
Playthings of Hollywood 

(AT)— HOL.. 4-12-31 
Playthings of Passion — UNI 

6-1-19 

Please Get Married— M. . 11-9-19 
Please Help Emily— EMU 

11- 29-17 

Pleasure (AT)— ARC 3-6-32 

Pleasure Before Business — COL 
5-8-27 

Pleasure Buyers— WA. . .2-14-26 
Pleasure Crazed (AT & S)— F 
8-18-29 

Pleasure Garden— AY. . 10-31-26 

Pleasure Mad— M 11-11-23 

Pleasure Seekers— SEZ . . . 1-9-21 
Pleasures of the Rich— TIF 

4-4-26 

Plow Girl— PAR 11-23-16 

Plow Woman — BL 7-5-17 

Plunderer— F 4-6-24 

Plunger— F 11-7-20 

Plunging Hoofs— U 4-14-29 

Pocatello Kid (AT)— TIF 

12- 20-31 

Point of View— SEZ 8-8-20 

Pointed Heels (AT)— PAR 

12-29-29 

Pointing Finger— U 12-7-19 

Points West— U 1929 

Poison— STD 9-28-24 

Poison Pen— WO 1919 

Poisoned Paradise— PRE . 3-2-24 

Poker Faces— U 9-5-26 

Police— ES 6-1-16 

Police Court (AT)— MOP 

4-3-32 

Police Patrol— LUM ....9-13-25 

Polish Dancer— LEV 1922 

Politics (AT)— MGM . .8-2-31 

Pollyanna— UA 1-25-20 

Polly of the Circus— G. .9-20-17 
Polly of the Circus (AT)— 

MGM. .3-20-32 
Polly of the Follies— FN. 3-5-22 
Polly of the Movies— FD .. 1928 
Polly of the Storm Country — 

FN. .1920 

Polly Put the Kettle On— RED 
1-11-17 

Polly Redhead— BL 3-1-17 

Polly with a Past— M .. 12-12-20 

Ponjola— FN 11-11-23 

Pony Express— PAR 9-20-25 

Pony Express Rider — AY.. 1926 
Pool of Flame— RED... 2-24-16 
Poor Boob— PAR 3-30-19 



WILHELM DIETERLE 



Director 

SIX HOURS TO LIVE 
THE LAST FLIGHT 
JEWEL ROBBERY 
SCARLET DAWN 
MAN WANTED 
LAWYER MAN 
GRAND SLAM 
THE CRASH 



ROBERT FLOREY 

Director of Box Office Successes 

"GIRL MISSING" (Warner Bros.) 
"EX-LADY" (Warner Bros.) 
"AS GOOD AS NEW" (Warner Bros.) 
"THOSE WE LOVE" (K-B-S-World Wide) 
"THE MAN CALLED BACK" (K-B-S-World Wide) 
"MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE" (Universal) 
♦ ♦ ♦ 

Scenarios and Continuities 



"A STUDY IN SCARLET" (K-B-S-World Wide) 

"FRANKENSTEIN" (Universal) 

"MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE" (Universal) 




312 



Poor Dear Margaret Kirby — 
SEZ.. 4-10-21 

Poor Girls — COL 1928 

Poor Girl's Romance — FBO 

1926 

Poor Little Peppina— PAR.3-2-16 
Poor Little Rich Girl — ART 

3-8-17 

Poor Men's Wives— PRE. 2-4-23 
Poor Millionaires — BIL. 6-22-30 

Poor Nut— FN 7-10-27 

Poor Relation — G 4-9-22 

Poor Relations— RC 10-26-19 

Poor Rich Man— M 1918 

Poor Schmaltz— PAR 9-9-15 

Poor Simp — SEZ 10-17-20 

Poppy— SEZ 6-14-17 

Poppy Girl's Husband — ART 

3-30-19 

Poppy Trail — SEZ 

Popular Sin— PAR 1-2-27 

Pori— UFA 6-1S-30 

Port of Doom— PAR 1913 

Port of Dreams — U 1929 

Port of Missing Children— SUP 
1928 

Port of Missing Girls— BRB 

3-18-28 

Port of Missing Men — PAR 

1914 

Ports of Call— F 1-11-25 

Possessed (AT)— MGM 11-29-31 

Possession— FBO 11-6-21 

Potash and Perlmutter— FN 

9-16-23 

Potemkin— AM 12-19-26 

Pots-and-Pans Peggy — PAT 

3-8-17 

Potters— PAR 1-23-27 

Poverty of Riches— G. . 11-27-21 
Powder My Back (S-SE)— WA 
8-12-28 

Power— PAT 9-16-28 

Power— CBP 1921 

Power and the Glory — WO 

9-8-18 

Power of a Lie— U 1-7-23 

Power of Chance — U 

Power of Darkness — AEP 

11- 25-28 

Power of Decision — M.. 4-12-17 
Power of Evil— ACA.... 8-18-29 

Power of Evil— BM 10-12-16 

Power of Love— PER 1922 

Power of Magic— BEI 1928 

Power of Silence— TIF. 10-21-28 
Power of the Press— COL 

12-2-28 

Power of the Weak— IND 

7-11-26 

Power Within— PAT 1922 

Powers That Prey — AMU 

3-21-18 

Prairie King— U 7-3-27 

Prairie Trails— F 12-26-20 

Prairie Pirate— PDC. . .11-15-25 

Prairie Mystery— TRU 1923 

Prairie Wife— MG 5-10-25 

Praise Agent— WO 8-10-19 

Precious Packet— PAT . .2-24-16 

Prejudice— ARI 1922 

Prep and Pep (S-SE)— F 

12- 30-28 

President— ELK 1929 

Prestige (AT)— RKO 2-7-32 

Pretender— TRI 1918 

Pretenders— M 8-31-16 

Pretty Clothes— STE .... 1 1-6-27 

Pretty Ladies— MG 7-26-25 

Pretty Smooth— U 5-25-19 

Prey— VIT 10-10-20 

Price— TE 10-14-16 

Price for Folly— VIT. . 12-16-15 

Price Mark— PAR 11-11-17 

Price of a Good Time— JEW 

11-22-17 

Price of a Party — AE.. 10-12-24 
Price of Applause— TRI. .8-4-18 
Price of Fame— VIT.... 11-9-16 



Price of Fear— U 12-9-28 

Price of Happiness— TE.. 3-2-16 
Price of Honor— COL. .4-17-27 
Price of Innocence— BUF. . 1919 

Price of Malice— M 3-2-16 

Price of Pleasure— U.... 5-31-25 
Price of Possession — PAR 

2-20-21 

Price of Power— FAT... 2-24-16 
Price of Pride— PWO.... 7-5-17 
Price of Redemption— M. 9-26-20 

Price of Silence— SU 1-2-21 

Price of Silence— F 1-11-17 

Price of Silence— BI 12-17-16 

Price of Success— COL 1926 

Price of Youth— ARW.... 1922 
Price She Paid— SEZ. .. .3-1-17 

Price She Paid— COL 1924 

Price Woman Pays— HAT 

11- 2-19 

Pride— TRI 1-25-17 

Pride and the Devil— APO 

3-8-17 

Pride and the Man— AMU 

8-9-17 

Pride of Jennico — PAR 1914 

Pride of New York— F. . 1-10-18 

Pride of Palomar— PAR 

11- 16-22 

Pride of Pawnee— RKO. 6-1 6-29 
Pride of Sunshine Alley— BAR 

10- 12-24 

Pride of the Clan— ART. 1-11-17 
Pride of the Force— R A. 10-18-25 

Pride of the Legion, The 

(AT) — MAO . . 10-lb-32 
Prima Donna's Husband — TE 

6- 15-16 

Primal Law— F 9-18-21 

Primal Lure— INC 5-11-16 

Primanerliebe — NAT 4-1-28 

Primitive Call— F 1-25-17 

Primitive Love— KL A ... 6- 1 2-27 

Primitive Lover — FN 5-21-22 

Primitive Woman— M T 1918 

Primrose Path— U 1925 

Primrose Path (AT)— 

HOL. .1-25-31 
Primrose Path— ARW. . 10-11-25 

Primrose Ring— PAR 5-17-17 

Prince and Betty— PAT 

12- 14-19 
Prince and the Ballet Dancer 

(S-SE)— WW.. 8-18-29 
Prince and the Pauper — AR 

11- 26-22 
Prince and the Pauper — PAR 

12- 215 

Prince Chap— SEL 8-3-16 

Prince Chap— PAR 7-18-20 

Prince of Avenue A — U. 1-11-20 
Prince of Broadway — CHA.1926 
Prince of Diamonds (AT) — 

COL.. 5-4-30 
Prince of Headwaiters — FN 

7- 24-27 

Prince of a King— SEZ. 12-30 23 

Prince of Pep— FBO 1926 

Prince of Pilsen— PDC. .4-18-26 
Prince of the Plains— RA. . 1927 
Prince of Tempters — FN 

10-24-26 
Prince in a Pawnshop — VIT 

10- 19-16 
Prince There Was— FP-L 

11- 20-21 
Princess and the Plumber 

(AT)— F.. 11-20-30 
Princess from Hoboken — TIF 

5-22-27 

Princess Jones— VIT 1921 

Princess of Broadway — PAT 

3-6-27 

Princess of New York — PAR 

1921 

Princess of Park Row— VIT 

1917 

Princess of Patches— KES 

1-25-17 

313 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Princess of the Dark— INC 

2-8-17 

Princess Romanoff— F 1915 

Princess Virtue— BL. .. 11-15-17 
Prison Without Walls— PAR 

3- 22-17 

Prisoner— U 3-18-23 

Prisoner of Zenda— PAR. .. 1922 
Prisoners (PT & S)— FN 

8-18-29 

Prisoners of Love — G... 1-23-20 
Prisoners of the Pines — HOD 

9-8-18 

Prisoners of the Sea — AM 

4- 21-29 

Prisoners of the Storm — U 

10- 3-26 

Printer's Devil— WA 1924 

Private Affairs— PDC .. .7-26-25 
Private Izzy Murphy — WA 

11- 14-26 

Private Life of Helen of Troy— 
FN. .12-18-27 

Private Lives (AT)— MGM 

12- 20-31 

Private Peat— PAR. .. .11-17-18 

Private Scandal— REA 192 1 

Private Scandal (AT)— HEA 

11- 1-31 

Probation (AT)— CHE .. 3-13-32 

Probation Wife— SE 3-16-19 

Prodigal Daughters— PAR 

4-22-23 

Prodigal (AT)— MGM.. 6-28-31 
Prodigal Judge— VIT ....2-5-22 

Prodigal Liar— EXI 2-23-19 

Prodigal Son— STL 5-20-23 

Prodigal Wife— SCR 12-8-18 

Prodigals of Monte Carlo — ZAK 
1928 

Profiteer— PAT 6-22-19 

Profiteers— ARW 1919 

Promise— M 3-8-17 

Proofs of Innocence — AR..1922 
Prophet's Paradise — SEZ ..1922 
Prosperity (AT)— MGM 

11- 26-32 

Protection (S-SE)— F 1929 

Proud Flesh— MG 4-19-25 

Prowlers of the Night— U 

12- 19-26 
Prowlers of the Sea— TIF 

8- 19-28 

Proxies— PAR 4-17-21 

Prudence on Broadway — TRI 

9- 14-19 

Prudence the Pirate— PAT 

10-12-16 

Prunella— PAR 5-26-19 

Prussian Cur— F 8-25-18 

Przysieglas (AT-Polish)— 

CAP. .5-22-32. 
Public Be Damned — PUB. 7-5-17 
Public Defender (AT)— RKO 
7-12-31 

Public Enemy (AT)— WA 

4-26-31 

Public Opinion— PAR ... 8-24- 1 6 
Publicity Madness— F. .12-17-27 
Pudd'n Head Wilson— PAR 

2-10-16 

Pueblo's Secret— BIF 1930 

Pueblo Terror (AT)— COS 

4-12-31 

Pulse of Life— BL 3-22-17 

Puppet Man— PS 

Puppets— FN 7-25-26 

Puppets of Fate — M 1921 

Puppy Love— PAR 3-16-19 

Purchase Price (AT)— WA 

7-16-32 

Pure Grit— U 1923 

Puritan Passions— HOD . .9-9-23 



Screen Plays for 
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER 



PARAMOUNT 
WARNER BROS.-FIRST NATIONAL 



ROBERT PRESNELL 

Writer of 

Screen Plays 
Adaptations 
Originals 

What Price Hollywood (RKO) 
Lost Squadron (RKO) 



Employees Entrance (Warners) 

The Keyhole (Warners) 
The Narrow Corner (Warners) 



Dead Reckoning (Original— Paramount) 

On Contract to 

WARNER BROS. 



314 



Purity— AMU 7-13-16 

Purple Cipher— VIT 1921 

Purple Dawn— AY 4-15-23 

Purple Highway — PAR. .7-29-23 

Purple Lady— M 6-29-16 

Purple Lady— WO 1918 

Purple Lily— WO 1918 

Purpur Und Waschblau (AT- 

German) — CAP. .7-11-32 
Puss in Boots (AT)— PIC 

1931 

Pursued— ELB 1926 

Pursuit of the Phantom — PAR 

1914 

Pursuit of Polly— PAR. .8-25-18 
Pursuing Vengeance — UNA 

6-1-16 

Put 'em Up— U 1928 

Put Up Your Hands — PAT 

3-2-19 

Puttin' on the Ritz (AT) — 

UA.. 2-16-30 
Putting It Over— PAR.... 1919 

Putting It Over — GLB 1923 

Putting One Over— F. . .6-29-19 



-Q- 



Q Ships— ERA 9-30-28 

Quack— SAS 1928 

Quality of Faith— GAU. .5-4-16 
Quality Street— M-G-M 

11- 13-27 

Quand Te Tues Tu (AT- 

French)— PAR. .1932 

Quando Te Suicidas (AT- 

Spanish)— PAR. .1932 

Quarantined Rivals — LUM 

4- 10-27 

Quarterback— PAR 10-17-26 

Queen Elizabeth— PAR .... 1912 
Queen High (AT)— PAR 

Queen Margaret — PAT 1915 

Queen of Diamonds — FBO 

2-14-26 

Queen of Hearts — F 9-22-18 

Queen of Scandal (AT)— UA 

1930 

Queen of Sheba— F 4-17-21 

5- 18-30 

Queen of Sin— BLU 4-1-23 

Queen of Spades— AY 1926 

Queen of Spades — PAT. 10-18-17 
Queen of the Chorus — AN 

6- 10-28 

Queen of the Night Clubs 

(AT)— WA... 3-24-29 

Queen of the Sea — F 9-1-18 

Queen of the Moulin Rogue — 

AR. .8-20-22 
Queen O' the Turf— FBO 

5-14-21 

Queen Was in the Parlor — 

Unknown . . 1928 

Queen X— MT 10-11-17 

Queenie— F 10-2-21 

Queniado— FBO 1924 

Quest of Life— PAR 10-5-16 

Question— EQW 2-24-16 

Question— VIT 6-28-17 

Question of Honor— FN . 3-12-22 

Quick Triggers— U 7-29-28 

Quick Trigger Lee (AT)— 

BIF. .1931 

Quickening Flame— WO . 4-13-19 
Quicker'n Lightnin' — ARC . 1 926 
Quick Millions (AT)— F. 4-19-31 

Quicksand— PAR 1918 

Quicksands— PAR 1928 

Quicksands— SEZ 4-29-23 

Quincy Adams Sawyer — M 

12- 3-22 

Quitter— COL 4-28-29 

Quitter— M 8-10-16 

Quo Vadis— FBW 8-28-21 

8uo Vadis— FN 2-22-25 
uo Vadis— FN 1929 



— R— 

Race — PAR 4-13-16 

Race for Life (S-SE)— WA 

2-5-28 

Race Suicide — SR 2-10-16 

Racetrack (AT)— WW 1932 

Racewild— ELB 9-26-26 

Racing B lood— LUM 1926 

Racing Fool — RA 9-25-27 

Racing for Life— CBC. .8-10-24 
Racing Hearts— FP-L. . .2-25-23 

Racing Luck — AE 1924 

Racing Romance — R A... 7-18-26 
Racing Romeo — FBO .. 10-23-27 

Racing Strain— G 1918 

Racing Strain, The (AT)— 

MHM . . 12-16-32 
Racing Through— AEP. 11-11-28 
Racing Youth (AT) — U. .5-1-32 

Rack— WO 1-6-16 

Racket— PAR 7-15-28 

Racketeer, The (AT)— PAT 

1-12-30 

Racketv Rax ( AT)— F. . 1 1-2-32 

Radio Flyer— ARC 1924 

Radio Mania— HOD 1923 

Radio Patrol (AT)— U 1932 

Raffles— U 6-7-25 

Raffles (AT)— UA 7-27-30 

Raffles, The Amateur Cracks- 
man— HWF. . 12-6-17 

Rag Man— MG 3-8-25 

Ragamuffin — PAR 1-27-16 

Rage of Paris— U 9-25-21 

Ragged Edge — G 6-17-23 

Ragged Heiress — F 3-12-22 

Ragged Princess — F 10-19-16 

R agged Q ueen— B L 1917 

Rags to Riches— WA. . .10-1-22 

Ragtime — FD 1928 

Raider Emden— COL. .. 5-13-28 

Raiders— CAN 1922 

Raiders— TRI 3-9-16 

Rail Rider— PBW 8-24-16 

Railroaded— U 6-10-23 

Railroaders— TRI 1919 

Rain (ATI— UA 10-14-32 

Rain or Shine (AT) — COL 

8-10-30 

Rainbow — SA 1-18-17 

Rainbow— TIF 3-17-29 

Rainbow— VIT 1922 

Rainbow Girl— AMU 9-27-17 

Rainbow Man (AT)— PAR 

4-14-29 

Rainbow Princess — PAR 

10- 26-16 

Rainbow Rangers — STE. 8-24-24 

Rainbow Riley— FN 5-9-26 

Rainbow Trail — F 6-7-25 

Rainbow Trail— F 9-22-18 

Rainbow Trail, The (AT)— F 

1-31-32 

Rainmaker— PAR 5-30-26 

Ramblin' Galoot— AE 1926 

Ramblin' Kid— U 10-14-23 

Rambling Rangers — U ... 3-1 3-27 

Ramona — UA 5-20-28 

Ramona — CLU 4-13-16 

Rampant Age (AT) — COT 

I- 19-30 

Ramshackle House — PDC 

12-28-24 

Ra-Mu— SAL 1929 

Range Blood— ARW 1924 

Range Courage— U 8-7-27 

Range Feud (AT)— COL 

11- 22-31 
Range Law (AT)— TIF 

II- 1-31 

Range Patrol— RUL 9-10-22 

Range Riders — RA 1928 

Range Rustlers— BIF 1930 

Range Terror— FBO 1925 

Rangeland— STE 1922 

Ranger— KRA 1919 

Ranger and the Law— CAP 

1921 

315 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Ranger of the Big Pines — 

VIT.. 8-16-25 
Ranger of the North— FBO 

11-13-27 

Ranger's Oath — PIZ 1928 

Kango PAR— 2-22-31 

Ransom— COL 8-26-28 

Ransom — EQ 1-27-16 

Ranson's Folly— FN .... 5-23-26 
Rapid Fire Romance— RA . 1926 

Rapids— HOD 6-24-23 

Rarin' To Go— ARC 7-20-24 

Rasputin— BRL 10-27-29 

Rasputin— UNP 8-31-30 

Rasputin and the Empress 

(AT)— MGM.. 12-28-32 
Rasputin' The Black Monk — 

PWO.. 10-11-17 

Rat— LEE 1926 

Rattler— USL 1-4-25 

Raven— ES 11-25-15 

Rawhide— AE 1926 

Rawhide Kid— U 12-25-27 

Reaching for the Moon — ART 
11-29-17 

Reaching For The Moon (AT) 
— UA.. 1-4-31 

Ready Money— PAR 1914 

Real Adventure— AE 7-2-22 

Real Folks— TRI 2-14-18 

Reapers— TE 4-6-16 

Reason Why— SE 5-2-18 

Rebecca of Sunnvbrook Farm 

(AT)— F.. 7-9-32 
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm — 
PAR.. 1917 

Rebellious Bride — F 3-23-19 

Rebirth of Poland— POL. . 1928 
Rebound (AT)— PAT .... 8-30-31 
Recaptured Love (AT) — WA 

8-10-30 

Received Payment— VIT . 1-15-22 

Reckless Age— U 5-25-24 

Reckless Chances— AE . . 1 -22-22 
Reckless Courage — ARC. 5-3-25 

Reckless Hour (AT)— FN . 8-2-31 

Reckless Lady— FN 1-31-26 

Reckless Living (AT)— U 

10-11-31 

Reckless Romance — PDC ... 1924 

Reckless Sex— GOL 1925 

Reckless Wives— IND 1921 

Reckless Youth— SEZ. .4-16-22 
Reckoning, The (AT) — PEE 

4- 3-32 

Reckoning Day— TRI . . 10-27-18 

Reclaimed— WD 6-9-18 

Recoil— MG 7-6-24 

Recoil— PAT 5-17-17 

Recompense — WA 4-26-25 

Re-Creation of Brian Kent — 
PRI— 3-8-25 

Red Blood— RAY 1926 

Red Blood and Blue — ROB 

1925 

Red Blood and Yellow— FCH 

1918 

Red Clay— U 4-17-27 

Red Courage— U 10-2-21 

Red Dance (S-SE)— F. . .7-1-28 

Red Dice— PDC 4-11-26 

Red Dust (AT)— MGM. 11-5-32 
Redemption (AT) — MGM 

5- 4-30 

Red Foam— SEZ 1921 

Red Fork Range (AT)— BIF 

1931 

Red Hair— PAR 4-1-28 

Red Haired Alibi (AT) — 

TOW. .10-15-32 
Red-Haired Cupid— TRI ... 1918 
Red Headed Woman (AT)— 

MGM. .7-1-32 



Edward Chodorov 



Screen Play 
and Dialogue 
Warner Brothers' 

"THE MAYOR OF HELL' 



ALF GOULDING 



Director 



EASTERN VITAPHONE STUDIOS 




316 



Red Hot Dollars — PAR. . 1-4-20 
Red Hot Hoofs — FBO . 10-31-26 
Red Hot Leather— U.. 11-14-26 
Red Hot Papa — ARN . . 5-23-26 
Red Hot Romance— FN. 11-13-21 
Red Hot Rythra (AT)— PAT 

1929 

Red Hot Speed (PT & S)— 
U.. 2-10-29 

Red Hot Tires— WA. .10-25-25 

Red Kimona— VTL 2-14-26 

Red Knights of Germany — 

FGU..1928 

Red Lane— U 7-11-20 

Red Lantern— M 5-4-19 

Red Lights— G 9-16-23 

Red Lily— MG 8-3-24 

Red Lips— U 10-21-28 

Red Love— DAV 7-12-25 

Red Majesty— NOC 5-12-29 

Red Mark— PAT 9-9-28 

Red Mill — M-G-M 2-20-27 

Red Peacock— PAR 4-9-22 

Red Raiders— FN 10-2-27 

Red Red Heart— BL 4-18-18 

Red Rider— U 5-3-25 

Red Riders of Canada — FBO 
(Reviewed as "The Open 

Trail").. 2-26-28 

Red Roses— VIT 1923 

Red Russia Revealed— F. 7-15-23 

Red Signals— STE 4-3-27 

Red Sword— RKO 4-21-29 

Red Viper— TY 8-31-19 

Red Warning— U 12-9-23 

Red, White and Blue Blood 

M.. 12-27-17 

Red Widow— PAR 5-4-16 

Red Wine (S-SE) — F 1929 

Red Woman— W 2-1-17 

Redeeming Love — PAR 1917 

Redeeming Sin (PT & S)— 

W A.. 2-24-29 

Redeeming Sin— VIT 1-25-25 

Redemption— STG 6-21-17 

Redemption (AT & S)— M-G-M 
1929 

Redemption of Dave Darcey — 

VIT.. 6-15-16 
Redemption of David Carson — 

Redhead— SEL 5-18- i9 

Redheads Preferred— TIF 

1-30-27 

Redskin (S-SE)— PAR... 2-3-29 
Reducing (AT)— MGM .. 1-18-31 

Reed Case— U 7-19-17 

Referee— SEZ 1922 

Reform Candidate — PAR 

12-23-15 

Refuge— FN 8-19-23 

Regenerates— TRI 11-22-17 

Regeneration— F 9-23-15 

Regeneration (AT-Spanish) — 

HOB.. 7-26-31 
Reggie Mixes In— FAT. .6-1-16 

Regular Fellow— TRI 1919 

Regular Fellow— PAR. .10-18-25 
Regular Girl— SEL. ... 11-30-19 
Regular Scout— FBO. .. 11-21-26 
Reilly of Rainbow Division — 

AN.. 1-27-29 
Rejected Woman— MG. .4-27-24 

Rejuvenation— SEZ 1923 

Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary — 
PDC. 8-7-27 

Remember— COL 2-13-28 

Remembrance — G 9-17-22 

Remittance Woman — FBO 

5-13-23 

Remodeling Her Husband — 

PAR. .6-13-20 
Remorseless Love — SEZ.. 8-7-21 
Remote Contro'. (AT)-t-MGM 

12-7-30 

Rendezvous (AT-German) — 

KAU. .5-1-32 
Renegades (AT)— F. . . .11-9-30 



Renegades of the West (AT)— 
RKO. . 1932 

Reno— MG 1-13-24 

Reno (AT)— WW 10-12-30 

Reno Divorce— WA.... 11-13-27 

Rent Free— PAR 1-21-22 

Rendezvous — G 1-6-24 

Reported Missing— SEZ .4-16-22 

Reputation— U 5-8-21 

Reputation— MT 9-13-17 

Rescue— U 1926 

Rescue, The (S-SE)— UA 

I- 13-29 

Rescuing Angel — PAR 1919 

Reserve for Ladies (AT) — 

PAR. .5-22-32 
Reserve Hat Ruh (AT- 
German) — NER. .4-17-32 

Restless Sex— PAR 6-13-20 

Restless Souls— TRI 1-19-19 

Restless Souls— VIT 1922 

Restless Wives— BR 1-6-24 

Restless Youth— COI 1-6-29 

Respect by Proxy— PAT. 2- 1-20 

Restitution— MEN 5-26-18 

Resurrection — PAR 5-12-18 

Resurrection — UA 4-10-27 

Resurrection (AT)— U. .. 1-25-31 

Retaliation— GRB 1929 

Retribution — RIA 6-18-22 

Retribution— U 1928 

Return of Boston Blackie — 

FD.. 9-18-27 
Return of Draw Egan — INC 

10-5-16 

Return of Dr. Fu Manchu 

(reviewed as "New Ad- 
ventures of Dr. Fu Manchu) 
(AT)— PAR.. 5-4-30 

Return of Eve— ES 10-26-16 

Return of Mary — M 1918 

Return of Peter Grimm — F 

II- 7-26 

Return of Sherlock Holmes 

(AT &S)— PAR.. 10-20-29 

Return of Tarzan — G 6-6-20 

Revelation— AMU 4-6-16 

Revelation— M 3-21-18 

Revelation — MG 6-29-24 

Revenge— M 1918 

Revenge (S-SE)— UA. . 12-16-28 

Revenge of Tarzan— G 1921 

Revolt— BRA 9-28-16 

Revolt in the Desert (S-SE) — 
AM. .4-17-32 
Reward of Faith— COQ. 3-33-29 
Reward of Patience — PAR 

9-21-16 
Reward of the Faithless — 

BL.. 2-11-17 
Rhapsody of Love (AT- 

Polish) — CAP . . 1932 
Rich Are Alwavs With Us 

(AT)— FN.. 5-15-32 
Rich But Honest— F.... 5-15-27 
Rich Girl, Poor Girl— U. 1-30-21 
Rich Man, Poor Man— PAR 

5-2-18 

Rich Man's Darling— BL 

4-18-18 

Rich Man's Folly (AT)— 

PAR.. 11-22-31 
Rich Man's Plaything— F. . 1917 
Rich Men's Sons — COL. 7-17-28 
Rich Men's Wives— LIC. 8-27-22 
Rich People (AT)— PAT 

6-29-30 

Richard the Brazen — VIT 

8-9-17 

Richard the Lion-Hearted — 

APD.. 10-28-23 

Richest Girl— EMU 5-2-18 

Richest Man in the World 

(AT)— MGM.. 1930 

Richtofen— FGU 9-8-29 

Richthofen (S) — GLD. .11-18-32 
Riddle Gawne— ART.... 8-18-18 

Riddle Woman— PAT 1921 

Ride 'em High— PAT. . .9-25-27 

317 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Ride For Your Life— U. 2-24-24 

Ride Him, Cowboy (AT)— 

WA. . 10-29-32 
Rider of Death Valley (AT)— 

U..1932 
Rider of the King Log— AE 

5-22-21 

Rider of the Law— U. . 10-12-19 
Rider of the Plains (AT)— 

SYN— 5-3-31 
Riders of the Cactus (AT)— 

BIF. .8-16-31 
Riders of the Dark — M-G-M 

8-12-28 

Riders of the Dawn — HOD 

5- 9-20 

Riders of the Desert (AT)— 

WW. .5-22-32 
Riders of the Night— M. 5-2- 18 
Riders of the Purple Sage— F 

3-15-25 

Riders of the Purple Sage — 

F.. 9-15-18 

Riders of the Purple Sage (AT) 

— F.. 9-27-31 
Riders of the North (AT)— 

—SYN. .4-5-31 
Riders of the Range— TRU. 1923 
Riders of Rio (AT)— IML.1931 
Riders of the Rio Grande (S) 

—SYN.. 1-26-30 
Riders of Mystery— IND . 5-3-25 
Riders of Vengeance — CAP 

1928 

Riders of Vengeance— U. 5-18-19 
Riders of the West— R A. . 1927 

Riders Up— U 5-4-24 

Ridgeway of Montana — U 

6- 4-24 

Ridin' Comet— FBO 1925 

Ridin' Fool (AT)— TIF. .5-31-31 
Ridin' for Justice (AT) — 

COL. .1-10-32 

Ridin' Gent— R A 1926 

Ridin' Kid— BIF 1930 

Ridin' Kid from Powder River 

U.. 10-19-24 
Ridin' Law (AT)— BIF. .6-1-30 

Ridin' Luck— RA 1927 

Ridin' Pretty— U 1925 

Ridin' Romeo— F 6-5-21 

Ridin' Rowdy— PAT 4-24-27 

Ridin' Streak— FBO 1926 

Ridin* the Wind— FBO. 10-18-25 

Ridin' Thunder— U 5-10-25 

Riding Tornado (AT)— COL 

7- 1-32 

Ridin' Wild— WPX 4-23-22 

Ridin' Wild— U 11-19-22 

Riding Demon— U 8-4-29 

Riding Double— ST 8-31-24 

Riding for Fame— U 1928 

Riding for Life — RA 1926 

Riding Rascal— U 1926 

Riding Renegade — FBO 1928 

Riding Rivals— ARC 1926 

Riding Romance — AN... 8-15-26 
Riding to Fame— ELB ... 7-10-27 

Riding Wild— AY 1926 

Riding With Death— F. . 11-13-21 
Right that Failed— M.. 12- 11 -22 
Right to Love, The (AT; — 

PAR..l2-2l'-30 
Right of the Strongest — SEZ 

1924 

Right of Way— M 2-1-20 

Right of Way (AT)— FN . 3-29-31 

Right Direction — PAR 1916 

Right Man— RA 1925 

Right to Love — PAR 1920 

Right to be Happy— BL 

12-21-16 

Right to Happiness— U. 8-24-19 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Right to Lie — PAT .... 12-7-19 

Right Way— PS 11-13-21 

Rights of Man— LUB. .10-28-15 

Rigoletto— ROM 1922 

Riley the Cop (S-SE) — F 

12-9-28 

Rimrock Jones — PAR. .. 1-31-18 

Rink— MT 12-14-16 

Ring and the Man — PAR 

1914 

Ringer, The (AT) — FD . . 6-5-32 

Ringtail Rhinoceros— VIT 

Rinty of the Desert (S-SE) 

WA. .1928 

Rio Grande— PAT 4-15-20 

Rio Rita (AT & S)— RKO 

10-13-29 

Rip Roaring Logan — PIZ..1928 
Rip Roarin' Roberts — ARC 

1924 

Rip Snorter— ARW 1 924 

Rip Tide— ARW S-13-23 

Rip Van Wink'.e— HOD 

1016-21 

Rise of Jennie Cushing — ARC 



Rise of Susan— PWO 
Risky Business— PDC 



11-22-17 



12-14-16 



9-26-26 
1-28-20 
4-25-18 
6-26-27 



Risky Business — U 
Risky Road— BL.. 

Ritzy — PAR 

River, The (PT & S)— F 

12-30-28 
River of Romance (AT & S) 

PAR.. 8-4-29 
River of Romance — M.. 8- 17- 16 
River Pirate (S-SE)— F 

9-23-28 

River Woman (S-SE)— GOT 

8- 26-28 

River's End— FN 2-22-20 

River's End (AT)— WA.3-15-31 

Road Agent— RA 1926 

Road Between— ERB. . .7-12-17 
Road Called Straight— G. .. 1919 

Road Demon — F 2-20-21 

Road North, The (S-SE)— 

AM. .1932 
Road of Ambition — SEZ 

2-20-21 

Road Show (AT)— M-G-M . 1929 
Road through the Dark— SE 

12-15-18 

Road to Arcady— JW 1922 

Road to Broadway— MPG. 1926 

Road to Divorce— U 3-7-20 

Road to France— W.... 11-17-18 

Road to Glory— F 3-21-26 

Road to Life (AT-Russian)— 

AM. .1-31-32 
Road to London — PAT.. 6- 12-21 
Road to Love— PAR. . .12-7-16 
Road to Mandalay — M-G-M 

7-11-26 

Road to Paradise (AT)— FN 

9- 28-30 

Road to Reno (AT)- PAR 

10-11-31 
Road to Romance — M-G-M 

10- 16-27 

Road to Singapore (AT)— WA 

10- 4-31 

Road to Yesterday — PDC 

11- 15-25 

Roadhouse— F 7-29-28 

Roadhouse Murder (AT) — 

RKO.. 5-1-32 
Roadhouse Nights (AT)— PAR 
2-23-30 

Roads of Destiny— G 4-3-21 



Roadside Impressario — PAR 

6-28-17 

Roar of the Dragon (AT) — 

RKO. .7-27-32 
Roarin' Broncs— PAT. . 12-11-27 

Roarin' Fires— ELB 1928 

Roaring Adventure — U... 2-8-25 
Roarin' Bill Atwood— RA. . 1926 
Roarin' Ranch (AT)— U 

S-ll-30 

Roaring Rails— PDC. .. 10-19-24 

Roaring Rider— ARC 1926 

Roaring Road— PAR 3-23-19 

Robin Hood — UA .- 11-5-22 

Robin Hood, Jr— EC 1923 

Robe of Honor — HOD 

Robes of Sin— RUL 11-9-24 

Robinson Crusoe — FBO 1928 

Rockabye (AT)— RKO .. 12-3-32 

Rocking Moon — PDC 1-24-26 

Rodeo Mixup— ARW 1924 

Roeda Dagen (AT-Swedish)— 
STP. .5-29-32 
Rogues and Romance — PAT 

1- 2-21 

Rogue of the Rio Grande 

(AT) — WW. . 12-7-30 
Rogues Romance — VIT. 5-25-19 
Rogue Song (AT) — MGM 

2- 2-30 

Rolled Stockings— PAR.. 7-24-27 

Rolling Home— U 5-20-26 

Rolling Stones — PAR 1925 

Romance— UA 5-23-20 

Romance (AT)— MGM. .8-24-30 
Romance and Arabella — SE 

2-2-19 

Romance and Rustlers — ARW 

1924 

Romance of a Million Dollars 

—PRE. .10-24-26 
Romance of a Rogue — QU. .1928 
Romance of Billy Goat Hill — 

RED.. 9-28-16 
Romance of Happy Valley — 

ART.. 2-2-19 
Romance of Hine Moa — 

GAU..1929 
Romance of Tarzan — FN. .19 18 
Romance of the Air — SRB 

11- 11-18 
Romance of the Redwoods — 

ART.. 5-17-17 
Romance of the Rio Grande 

(AT)— F.. 11-10-29 
Romance of the Underworld 

(S-SE)— F 1-13-29 

Romance of the Underworld — 

SHE. .7-21-18 
Romance of the West (AT)— 

CAP.. 8-10-30 

Romance Land — F 2-11-23 

Romance Promoters — VIT.. 1921 

Romance Ranch— F 6-29-24 

Romantic Adventure — PAR 

1920 

Romantic Age— COL. .. 11-13-27 
Romantic Journey — PAT 

12- 21-26 

Romantic Rogue — RA 1928 

Romany Lass, A— HAR.4-20-19 
Romany, Where Love Runs 

Wild— SEZ.... 
Romeo and Juliet — M. . 10-26-16 

Romola— MG 12-7-24 

Ronny (AT-German)— UFA 

4-17-32 

Roof Tree— F 12-25-21 

Rookies— M-G-M 5-1-27 

Rookie's Return— PAR. . .1-9-21 
Room and Board— REA. .9-4-21 

Root of Evil— TRI 1919 

Roped— U 1-12-19 

Rosary— FN 3-26-22 

Rose of Granada— PAR 1919 

Rose of Kildare— LUM 1927 

Rose of Nome — F 8-8-20 

Rose O' Paradise— BRU. 5-19-18 
Rose of Paris— U . . .. ...8-28-24^ 

318 



Rose of the Blood— F 1-17-18 

Rose of the Bowery— ACI. 1928 
Rose of the Golden West— FN 

10-2-27 

Rose of the Rancho — PAR. 1914 
Rose of the River — PAR... 19 19 

Rose of the Rio Grande (AT) 
— unknown. .1931 

Rose O' The Sea— FN 

Rose of the South — VIT. 12-7-16 
Rose of the Tenements — FBO 

12-19-26 

Rose of the West — F... 7-20- 19 
Rose of the World— ART 

1-17-18 

Rose of the World— WA 

11-15-25 

Rose-Marie — M-G-M 2-19-28 

Rosenmontag (AT-German) — 

UFA.. 3-29-31 
Rosemary Climbs— PAT. . . 1919 
Rosemary, That's for Remem- 
brance— M. .12-23-15 

Roses of Picardy— EXP 1928 

Roses of Picardy (S-SE)— 
FD. .1929 

Roses of Picardy— EXP... 1930 

Rosie O'Grady— APO 2-8-17 

Rosita — UA 9-9-23 

Rothapfel's First Unit Pro- 
gramme— FCH. . 1919 

Round Up— PAR 9-12-20 

Rogue and Riches — U 1-4-20 

Rouged Lips — M 9-9-23 

Rough and Ready— F 1918 

Rough and Ready— U 1927 

Rough Diamond — F 10-30-21 

Rough Going— IND 1925 

Rough Lover — U 8-21-18 

Rough Neck— WO 1919 

Rough Riders— PAR 3-20-27 

Rough Ridin'— APQ 4-6-24 

Rough Ridin' Red — FBO 

11-18-28 
Rough Riding Romance — F 

8-3-19 

Rough Romance (AT) — F 

6- 22-30 

Rough Shod— F 6-4-22 

Rough Waters (AT)— WA 

7- 27-30 

Roughneck— F 12-7-24 

Roulette— SEZ 1924 

Rounding Up the Law — AY 

1922 

Rowdy— U 9-11-21 

Royal American — RA 8-21-27 

Royal Bed (AT)— RKO . .2-1-31 
Royal Box (AT-German)— 

WA. .12-29-29 

Royal Democrat — TRI 1919 

Royal Familv of Broadway 

(AT)— PAR. .12-28-30 
Royal Pauper— EDK.... 2-15-17 

Royal Rider— FN 6-23-29 

Royal Romance — F 5-24-17 

Royal Romance (AT)— COL 

4-27-30 

Royal Scandal— MOV... 9-29-29 
R. S. V. P.— FN 12-18-21 

Rubacuori (AT-Italian) — TRL 

3-13-32 

Rubber Heels— PAR. .. .7-10-27 

Rubber Tires— PDC 3-20-27 

Rubicon— AM 9-27-31 

Rugged Water— PAR 8-2-25 

Ruggles of Red Gap— ES ^ ^ 

Ruggles of Red Gap— PAR 

9-16-23 

Ruler of the Road— PAT. 4-25-18 

Ruling Passion— F 2-10-16 

Ruling Passion— UA 1-29-22 

Ruling Passions— SCI. . .9-29-18 
Ruling Voice, The (AT)- 

FN. .11-8-31 
Rummy— FAT 10-19-16 



Runaround (AT)— RKO (re- 
viewed as "Lovable and 
Sweet".. 6-21-31 

Runaway— EMU 10-2S-17 

Runaway — PAR 5-9-26 

Runaway Bride (AT)— RKO 

5-18-30 

Runaway Express — U... 8-22-26 
Runaway Girls— COL. . 10-28-28 
Runaway Romany — PAT 

12-20-17 

Running Wild— PAR .... 6-26-27 
Rupert of Hentzau—BL. 3-16-16 
Rupert of Hentzau— SEZ 

7-15-23 

Ruse of the Ratler— AE. . . 1922 

Rush Hour— PAT 2-5-28 

Russia — AEP 5-12-29 

Russian Cossack — B EH 1 928 

Russian Revolution— CP. 8-26-27 
Rustle of Silk — PAR. . . .5-13-23 

Rustler's Ranch— U 7-18-26 

Rustling a Bride— PAR. ... 1919 
Rustling for Cupid— F 5-2-26 



Saada — FGU 1928 

Sable Lorcha— TRI 10-28-15 

Sackcloth and Scarlet— PAR 

5-3-25 

Sacred and Profane Love — 

PAR.. 4-24-21 

Sacred Flame— SCI 11-2-19 

Sacred Flame (AT & S)— WA 

11-24-29 

Sacred Ruby— ARW 1921 

Sacred Silence— F 10-19-19 

Sacrifice — PAR 5-10-17 

Saddle Buster, The (AT)— 

RKO. .7-8-32 

Saddle Cyclone— ARC 1926 

Saddle Hawk— U 3-8-25 

Saddle Jumpers 1927 

Saddle King— AN 10-20-29 

Saddle Mates— PAT 3-18-28 

Sadie Goes to Heaven— KES 

1917 

Sadie Love— PAR 1919 

Sadie Thompson— UA. . . .2-12-28 
Safe for Democracy— BLC 

11- 24-18 

Safe in Hell (AT) — FN 

12- 20-31 

Safety Curtain— SE 7-7-18 

Safety in Numbers (AT)— 

PAR.. 6-8-30 

Safety Last— PAT 4-8-23 

Sage Brush Hamlet— EXI .. 1919 
Sage-Brush League — ROM . 1919 

Sage Hen— PAT 1-16-21 

Sagebrusher— HOD 1-4-20 

Sagebrush Politics (PT)— HPI 

2- 16-30 

Sahara — HOD 1919 

Sailor Izzy Murphy— WA 

10-30-27 

Sailor-Made Man— AE . 1 1-27-21 
Sailor's Holiday (AT & S)— 

PAT.. 10-27-29 
Sailor's Sweetheart — WA 

10-9-27 

Sailor's Wives— FN 1 -22-28 

Saint, Devil and Woman — 

PAT. .10-19-26 

Saint Elmo— F 1923 

Sainted Devil— PAR 11-30-24 

Saintly Sinner— BL 2-22-17 

Saint's Adventure — ES. . 5-17-17 
Saints and Sinners— PAR.7-13-16 
Sajenko the Soviet — UFA 

3- 10-29 

Sal of Singapore (PT & S)— 
PAT. .1-6-29 

Salamander— MOS 12-23-15 

Saleslady— PAR 3-30-16 

Sally— FN 3-22-25 

Sally (AT)— FN 12-29-29 

Sally, Irene and Mary — MG 

12-13-25 



Sally in a Hurry— VIT 

4-19-17 
Sally in Our Alley— BRA 

7- 20-16 
Sally in Our Alley— COL 

11-6-27 

Sally of the Sawdust — UA 

8-9-25 

Sally of the Scandals— FBO 

6-10-28 

Sally of the South Seas— HER 

1928 

Sally of the Subway (AT)— 

MAF.. 1-24-32 
Sally's Shoulders— FBO 

12-23-28 

Salome— WIE 1923 

Salome— APA 1-7-23 

Salome— F 10-13-18 

Salome of the Tenements — 

PAR.. 3 -8-2 5 

Salomy Jane— PAR 9-9-23 

Salt of the Earth— ED P 

12-20-17 

Salute (AT & S)—F. . 10-6-29 

Salvage— RC 5-22-21 

Salvation Hunters— UA. . .2-8-25 

Salvation Jane— FBO 1927 

Salvation Joan— VIT. .. .4-13-16 
Salvation Nell— WO. .. 10-28-15 

Salvation Nell— FN 7-3-21 

Salvation Nell (AT)— TIF 

7-5-31 

Samson — U 

Sand— PAR 6-27-20 

Sandra— FN 1-4-25 

Sands of Sacrifice— AMU 

10-4-17 

Sandy— F 4-11-26 

Sandy— PAR 6-30-17 

Sandy Burke of the U-Bar-U 

— G..1919 
San Francisco Nights- — 

GOT. .12-25-2? 
Santa (AT-Spanish)— LST 

1932 

Santa Fe Trail, The (AT", • 

PAR.. 10-19-30 

Sap — WA 1926 

Sap from Syracuse, The 

(AT)— PAR.. 7-27-30 
Sap, The (PT & S)— WA.1929 

Saphead— M 2-27-21 

Sapho— PAR 3-15-17 

Sarah and Son (AT)— PAR 

3-16-30 

Satan and the Woman — EXP 

2-12-28 

Satan in Sables— WA. . 10-25-25 

Satan Junior — M 3-9-19 

Satan Sanderson — M 1915 

Satan Town— PAT 8-15-26 

Satin Girl— AHR 12-9-23 

Satin Woman— LUM .... 7-24-27 
Saturday Night— PAR. .. 1-29-22 
Saturday Night Kid (AT & S) 

PAR.. 11-17-29 
Saturday's Children (PT & S) 

—FN.. 5-5-29 
Sauce for the Goose— SEZ 

8- 25-18 

Savage— FN 6-13-26 

Savage— BL 1917 

Savage Girl, The (AT)— 

FRE..1932 

Savage Woman— SE 8-11-18 

Savages of the Sea— BAR. 1925 
Save a Little For Sixtv — SEZ.. 
Saved by Radio— RUL. . .9-3-22 
Saving the Family Name — 

BL. .8-31-16 

Sawdust— U 6-24-23 

Sawdust Doll— PAT 3-30-19 

Sawdust Paradise (S-SE)— 

PAR. .9-2-28 

Sawdust Trail— U 7-13-24 

Say It Again— PAR 6-13-26 

Say It With Diamonds— FD 

6-12-27 

319 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Say It With Sables— COL 

8-12-28 

Say It With Songs (AT & S) 

—WA.. 8-11-29 
Say I Young Fellow— ART 

6-23-18 

Scales of Justice— PAR. .. .1914 

Scandal— SE 11-8-17 

Scandal— AM 11-3-29 

Scandal (PT. & S)— U. 4-28-29 

Scandal for Sale (AT)— U 

4-10-32 

Scandal in Paris— FEL. .. 1929 

Scandal Mongers— U 1918 

Scandal Proof— F 7-14-25 

Scandal Sheeet (AT)— PAR 

2-8-31 

Scandal Street— ARW. . 10-25-25 
Scandalous Tongues— AE ..1922 

"Scar" Hanan— FBO 1925 

Scar— WO 4-6-19 

Scarab Ring — VIT 5-29-21 

Scaramouche — ME 10-14-23 

Scareheads (AT)— CAP 10-25-31 

Scarface (AT)— UA 4-17-32 

Scarlet and Gold— DA V. .. 1925 
Scarlet Band (AT)— B1F 

8-3-32 

Scarlet Car— U 1-28-23 

Scarlet Car— BL 12-6-17 

Scarlet Crystal— RED .. .2-11-17 
Scarlet Daredevil— WW. 7-14-29 

Scarlet Dawn (AT)— WA 

11- 5-32 

Scarlet Days— PAR. ... 11-23-19 

Scarlet Dove— TIF 6-17-28 

Scarlet Drop— BL 5-2-18 

Scarlet Honeymoon — F 1925 

Scarlet Lady— COL 8-19-28 

Scarlet Letter— F 2-22-17 

Scarlet Letter— MGM .. .8-15-26 

Scarlet Letter— SEZ 1917 

Scarlet Lily— FN 7-15-23 

Scarlet Oath— PWO. ... 10-19-16 
Scarlet Pages (AT)— FN 

12- 7-30 

Scarlet Pimpernel — F 1917 

Scarlet Road— EDK 2-24-16 

Scarlet Road— F 6-23-18 

Scarlet Runner— VIT. .. .9-14-16 

Scarlet Saint— FN 11-15-25 

Scarlet Seas (S-SE)— FN 

12-30-28 

Scarlet Shadow— U 2-23-19 

Scarlet Trail— SR 12-29-18 

Scarlet Week-End, A (AT)— 
MHM.. 9-23-32 

Scarlet West— FN 9-27-25 

Scarlet Woman— M 6-8-16 

Scars of Hate— IND 1924 

Scars of Jealousy— FN . 3-1 1-23 
Schoen 1st Manoeverzeit (AT- 

German)— WOD. .8-20-32 

School Days— WA 12-4-21 

School for Husbands— PAR. 1917 
School for Wives— VIT 

4-5-25 

Schubert's Fruehlingstraum 

(AT-G.rman) — CAP. .6-24-32 

Scorcher — RA 1927 

Scrapper— U 1-22-22 

Scrappin' Kid— U 11-29-25 

Scoffer— FN 1921 

Scrambled Wives— FN . . . S-29-21 

Scrap Iron— FN 6-5-21 

Scotland Yard (AT)— F 

10-19-30 

Scratch My Back— G. . .6-13-20 
Scream in the Night — SEZ 

10-26-19 

Scuttlers— F 1921 

Sea Bat, The (AT)— MGM 

8-10-30 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Sea Beast— W A 1-24-26 

Sea Devils (AT) — JOH. .3-8-31 

Sea Fever— MOV 11-3-29 

Sea Flower— U 12-29-18 

Sea Fury (PT)— ROP. . . . 1929 
Sea Ghost (AT)— PEE 11-29-31 
Sea God (AT)— PAR. . .9-7-30 

Sea Hawk— FN 6-8-24 

Sea Horses— PAR 3-7-26 

Sea Legs (AT)— PAR. . 11-9-30 

Sea Lion— FN 1-8-22 

Sea Master— AMU 11-1-17 

Sea Panther— TRI 3-21-18 

Sea Raiders— SEC 1923 

Sea Rider— VIT S-30-20 

Sea Tiger— FN 4-24-27 

Sea Waif— WO 1918 

Sea Wolf— PAR 5-23-20 

Sea Wolf— INC 11-29-25 

Sea Wolf, The (AT)— F. 8-31-30 
Seal of Silence— VIT.... 5-2-18 

Sealed Envelope— U 1919 

Sealed Hearts— SEZ 1919 

Sealed Lips— COL 10-18-25 

Sealed Lips— CP 4-29-28 

Sealed Lips— EQ 12-23-15 

Sealed Valley— M 1915 

Seas Beneath (AT)— F ..2-1-31 

Season Love— SFI 1928 

Second Choice (AT)— WA 

1-12-30 

Second Fiddle— HOD . . . 1-14-23 

Second Hand Love— F 1923 

Second Hand Rose— U. . 5-7-22 
Second Honeymoon (AT) — 

COT. .1-1131 
Second in Commamf -M . .1915 
Second Floor Mystery (AT) — 

WA.. 5-4-30 
Second Mrs. Tanqueray — VIT . . 

Second Youth— MG 4-20-24 

Second Wife (AT)— RKO 

2-9-30 

Secret Call (AT)— PAR .. 7-12-31 

Secret Code— TRI 9-8-18 

Secret Game — PR 12-6-17 

Secret Garden — PAR. .. 1-19-19 

Secret Gift— U 9-5-20 

Secret Hour— PAR 3-18-28 

Secret Love— BL 2-10-16 

Secret Man— U 1917 

Secret Menace (AT)— IML 

12-13-31 

Secret Marriage — TRI 

Secret of Black Mountain — 

RAL..1917 

Secret of Eve— M 3-8-17 

Secret of the Hills — VIT. . 1921 
Secret of the Storm Country 

— SE. .11-22-17 
Secret of the Swamp — BL 

7-20-16 

Secret Orders— FBO 4-11-26 

Secret Service— PAR ... 6-29-19 

Secret Service (AT)— RKO 

12-13-31 

Secret Six (AT)— MGM 5-3-31 

Secret Sin— PAR 1 0-28- 1 5 

Secret Spring— PAR 1926 

Secret Strings— M 11-17-18 

Secret Studio— F 6-26-27 

Secret Witness (AT)— COL 

12-20-31 

Secrets— FN 3-30-24 

Secrets of a Secretary (AT) 

PAR. .7-19 31 
Secrets of a Soul— UFA. . 1928 
Secrets of Nature— UFA. . 1929 
Secrets of Paris— MAU 

10-29-22 

Secrets of the French Police 

(AT)— RKO. .12-10-32 



Secrets of the Night— U 

12-14-24 

Secrets of the Orient (S)— 

UFA. .1-10-32 
Secrets of the Range — CAP 

1928 

Secrets of Wu Sin (AT)— CHE 
1932 

See America Thirst (AT)— U 
11-23-30 

See My Lawyer — RC 6-5-21 

See You in Jail— FN. . .4-17-27 

See You Later— PIZ 1928 

Seed (AT)— U 5-17-31 

Seeds of Freedom— AM. .9-15-29 
Seeds of Vengeance — SE 

11-14-20 

Seein' Believing— M 1922 

Seeing It Through— RC. 2-1 5-20 

Seekers— RED 7-6-16 

Sein Liebeslied (AT-German) 

—ASS.. 11-22-31 
Sein Scheidungsgrund (AT- 
German)— UFA. .2-21-32 
Self Defense (AT)— MOP . 1932 
Self Made Failure— FN . 6-22-24 

Self-Made Man— F 7-2-22 

Self Made Wife— U 7-8-23 

Self Starter— RA 1926 

Selfish Woman— PAR... 7-20-16 

Selfish Yates— ART 5-12-18 

Sell 'Em Cowboy— ARW.5-17-25 

Senator— EQ 12-23-15 

Senor Americano (AT)— U 

I- 12-30 

Senor Daredevil — FN 6-1-26 

Senorita— PAR 5-15-27 

Sensation Seekers — U ... 1 - 1 6-27 
Sensational Divorce — AGF.1929 
Sentimental Lady — EDK 

11-11-15 
Sentimental Tommy — PAR 

4- 3-21 

Serenade— PAR 12-25-27 

Serenade— FN 9-11-21 

Serooge— PAR 12-19-20 

Serpent— F 2-10-16 

Serpent's Tooth— AMU. . .6-7-17 
Servant in the House — FBO 

8-22-20 

Servant Question— SE . . . 6-27-20 
Service for Ladies — PAR 

8- 21-27 

Service Star— G 7-14-18 

Serving Two Masters — LBR 

1922 

Set Free— U 12-8-18 

Set Free— U 3-20-27 

Set Up— U 3-7-26 

Seven Chances — MG 3-22-25 

Seven Days— PDC 9-6-25 

Seven Days' Leave (AT)— 

PAR.. 1-26-30 
Seven Faces (AT)— F. 11-17-29 
Seven Footprints to Satan 

(S-SE)— FN4-14-29 
Seven Keys to Baldpate— ART 

II- 8-25 

Seven Keys to Baldpate— PAR 

9- 15-17 

Seven Keys to Baldpate (AT)— 
RKO.. 12-22-29 
Seven Sinners— WA. ... 12-13-25 

Seven Swans— PAR 1-3-18 

Seven Years Bad Luck— RC 

5- 1-21 

Seventeen— PAR 1916 

Seventh Bandit— PAT. . . 3-28-26 

Seventh Day— FN 3-19-22 

Seventh Heaven — F 5-29-27 

Seventh Person — F 

70,000 Witnesses (AT)— PAR 
9-3-32 

Sex — HOD 3-21-20 

Sex Lure— I.. V 11-9-16 

Sex Madness (S-SE)— PWP 

1929 

Sex View of Life (S-SE)— 

PWP. .1929 

320 



Shackled— HOD 6-9-18 

Shackles of Fear— FLE 1925 

Shackles of Gold — F 5-14-22 

Shackles of Truth — AMU 

6- 14-17 

Shackleton — FFS 1928 

Shadow— FOR 1921 

Shadow Between (AT) — 

POP.. 3-20-32 
Shadow of Doubt — EQ.. 4-13-16 
Shadow of Her Past — PAT 

8- 3-16 

Shadow of Lightning Ridge — 

, AY. .9-11-21 

Shadow of Rosalie Byrnes — SE 

5-16-20 
Shadow of the Law — AE 

3-7-26 

Shadow of the Law (AT)— 
, PAR.. 6-8-30 

Shadow of the Mosque — USF 

Shadow of the Past — VIT 

Shadow of Tragedy — ARB 

1928 

Shadow On the Wall— LUM 

Shadow Ranch (AT) — COl/ ^ 

Shadows — G 2-16-19 

Shadows — LIC 11-5-22 

Shadows and Sunshine— ^PAT 

Shadows of a Great City — M 

1915 

Shadows of Conscience — RUL 
10-16-21 

Shadows of Fear — FN. 11-18-28 
Shadows of Lightning Ridg<i — 
PS.... 

Shadows of Paris — PAR. 2-24-24 
Shadows of Suspicion — M 

2-9-19 

Shadows of the East — F. 2-3-24 
Shadows of the Night — HER 

2-10-29 

Shadows of the Night — M-G-M 

Shadows of the North — U 

8-19-23 

Shadows of the Sea — SEZ. 1-1-22 
Shadows of the West— NAT 
1921 

Shady Lady (PT & S)— PAT 

12-23-28 
Shakedown, The (PT & S)— 
U. .4-14-29 

Shall We Forgive Her?— P WO 

10- 18-17 

Sham — PAR 5 -29-2 1 

Shame— NCB 11-29-17 

Shame — F 8-7-21 

Shameful Behavior— PRE 

12-5-26 

Shamrock and the Rose — CHA 

7- 10-27 

Shamrock Handicap — F... 5-2-26 
Shams of Society — RC... 8-7-21 
Shanghai Bound — PAR 

11- 20-27 

Shanghai Document — AM 

8- 18-29 

Shanghai Express (AT)— 

PAR.. 2-21-32 
Shanghai Lady (AT)— U 

11-17-29 

Shanghai Rose— RA 5-12-29 

Shanghaied — FBO 8-21-27 

Shanghaied Love (AT)— COL 

9- 6-31 

Shannons of Broadway (AT & 
„, , S)— U..1929 

Shark — F 1-11-20 

Shark Master — U 8-28-21 

Shark Monroe — ART 7-7-18 

Sharp Shooters — F 1-29-28 

Shattered— KUR 11-20-21 

Shattered— FGU 1928 

Shattered Dreams— U. .. 12-11-21 



MONTH 

AFTER 

MONTH 

RADIO 

PICTURES 
HAS DELIVERED 
THE BOX-OFFICE 
J ATTRACTIONS OF 

1*1932 -1933 




CLARK and McCULLOUGH 
THE MASQUERS 
EDGAR KENNEDY 

RKO 



AESOP'S 
FABLES 






VAGABONDS 



MICKEY McGUIRE 

HEADLINERS 
PATHE A HARRY 
NEWS JUL SWEET 



CHARLIE 



CHAPLIN 




IN ROCKEFELLER CENTER 



THE SHOW PLACE OF THE NATION 



Shattered Idol*— AR 3-5-22 

Shattered Reputations — CAP 

9-30-23 

She — F 5-17-17 

She— LB R 1926 

She Couldn't Help It— REA 

2-27-21 

She Couldn't Say No (AT)— 
WA. .2-16-30 

She Devil — F 1918 

She Goes to War (PT & S)— 
UA.. 6-9-29 
She Got What She Wanted 

(AT) — TIF. .11-9-30 
She Hired a Husband— U. . 1918 
She Loves and Lies— SEZ 

1- 11-20 

She's My Weakness (AT)— 

RKO.. 6-22-30 
She Tiger— F 1920 

She Wanted a Millionaire 

(AT) — F. .2-14-32 

She Wolves— F 5-3-25 

Sheep Trial— AY 1926 

Sheer Luck (AT)— BIF. . . 1931 

Sheik— PAR 11-13-21 

Sheik's Wife— VIT 3-12-22 

Shell Game — M 3-21-18 

Shell "43" — INC 8-24-16 

Sheltered Daughters— REA 

5- 22-21 

Shepherd King— F 12-16-23 

Shepherd of the Hills— FN 

2- 25-28 

Shepherd of the Hills— WR I 

8-31-19 

Sheriff's Girl— R A 1926 

Sheriff of Hope Eternal— ARW 
1921 

Sheriff of Sun Dog— ARW. 1923 
Sheriff's Secret (AT)— COS 

6- 14-31 

Sheriff's Son— PAR 4-6-19 

Sherlock Brown— M 6-4-22 

Sherlock Holmes— ES .. .5-18-16 

Sherlock Holmes (AT)— F 

11-12-32 

Sherlock Holmes— G 5-14-22 

Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour 

(AT)— FD. .7-12-31 

Sherlock, Jr.— MG 5-11-24 

Sherry— PAT 5-30-20 

She's Everywhere — U 

She's My Baby— STE. . .6-12-27 
Shield of Honor— U.... 12-25-27 
Shielding Shadow — PAT. .9-7-16 

Shifting Sands— TRI 8-11-18 

Shifting Sands— HOD.. 10-14-23 

Shine Girl— PAT 8-10-16 

Shining Adventure— AST. .. 1925 

Ship Comes In— PAT 7-1-28 

Ship From Shanghai (AT)— 

MGM.. 4-27-30 
Ship of Doom— TRI.... 11-29-17 

Ship of Souls— A E 1-24-26 

Shipmates (AT)— MGM .. 5-24-31 
Ships of Hate (AT)— MOP 

7- 26-31 

Ships of the Night— RA . .3-3-29 

Shipwrecked— PDC 6-6-26 

Shipwrecked Among Cannibals — 

U. .7-4-20 

Shiraz— GLO 3-31-29 

Shirley Kaye— SE 12-13-17 

Shirley of the Circus — F 

11-12-21 

Shock— U 6-10-23 

Shock Punch— PAR 5-17-25 

Shocking Night— U 1-16-21 

Shod with Fire— F 2-22-20 

Shoes— BL 6-1S-16 

Shoes That Danced— TRI 

2- 28-18 

Shotgun Pass (AT) — COL. 1931 

Shootin' for Love — U 7-1-23 

Shootin' Irons— PAR. . . 12-25-27 
Shooting of Dan McGrew — MG 

3- 30-24 

Shooting Stars— LEE 5-6-28 



Shooting Straight (AT) — 

RKO.. 7-27-30 

Shop Angel (AT)— TOW. 3-6-32 

Shop Girl— VIT 7-6-16 

Shopworn (AT)— COL. . .4-3-32 
Shopworn Angel (PT & S)— 

PAR. .1-6-29 

Shore Acres — M 3-28-20 

Shore Leave— FN 9-27-25 

Short Skirts— U 7-10-21 

Shot Gun Pass (AT)— COL 

3-13-32 

Should a Baby Die? — HAS 

2-24-16 

Should A Doctor Tell? (AT)— 
REG. .8-23-31 
Should a Girl Marry? (PT & S) 
RA. .9-15-29 
Should a Husband Forgive? — F 
1919 

Should a Mother Tell?— F. . 191S 
Should a Wife Forgive ? — EQ 

12-23-15 
Should a Wife Work?— JW 

2-5-22 

Should Women Tell?— M .. 1919 

Shoulder Arms— FN 10-30-18 

Show— M-G-M 3-20-27 

Show Boat (PT & S)— U 

5-5-29 

Show Folks (PT & S)— PAT 

12-16-28 

Show Girl— FN 9-30-28 

Show Girl (S-SEt—RA. 2-13-27 
Show Gir'. in Hollywood (AT)— 
FN.. 5-4-30 
Show of Shows (AT)— WA 

11-24-29 
Show People (S-SE)— M-G-M 

11-18-28 

Show-Down— BL 8-16-17 

Show-Off— PAR 8-29-26 

Showdown— PAR 3-11-28 

Shriek of Araby—APA. .6-17-23 
Shrine of Happiness — PAT 

2-24-16 

Shuttle — SEZ 3-15-18 

Shylock of Wall St.— KIN. 1922 
Si L'Empereur Savait Ca 

(AT-French) — MGM. .3-8-31 

Siberia— F 4-18-26 

Siberian Patrol (AT- 

Russian) — AM. .5-15-32 

Sick Abed— PAR 6-27-20 

Side Show of Life— PAR 

7-27-24 

Side Street (AT & S)— F 

9-15-29 

Sideshow— COL 2-17-29 

Side Show (AT)— WA. . .9-20-31 
Sidewalks of New York (AT) 

—MGM. .11-15-31 

Siege— U 7-14-25 

Siegfried— Ufa 8-30-25 

Sign Invisible— EDG 3-7-18 

Sign of Four (AT)— WW 

7-22-32 

Sign of the Cactus— U 1-4-25 

Sign of the Claw — LUM .8-22-26 
Sign of the Cross— PAR 1914 

Sign of the Cross, The 

(AT)— PAR. .12-2-32 
Sign of the Jack O'Lantern— 
HOD 

Sign of the Poppy— BL. 12-17-16 
Sign of the Rose— AR. . .3-12-22 
Sign of the Spade— AMU. 7-6-16 
Sign on the Door— FN .. 7-24-21 

Signal Tower— U 5-25-24 

Signet of Sheba— PAT 1916 

Silas Marner— MT 2-17-16 

Silas Marner — AE 12-ll-2i 

Silence— PDC 5-30-26 

Silence (AT)— PAR ...8-16 31 
Silence of Martha— FAT. 3-16-16 

Silence Sellers— M 10-4-17 

Silent Accuser— MG 11-9-24 

Silent Avenger— HPI 8-21-27 

Silent Barrier— HOD 8-1-20 

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1 3,262 TITLES 



Silent Battle— BL 7-13-16 

Silent Call— FN 11-20-21 

Silent Command — F 9-9-23 

Silent Enemy— PAR.... 5-18-30 

Silent Hero— RA 8-21-27 

Silent Lady— U 1917 

Silent Lie— F 6-28-17 

Silent Lover — FN 11-21-26 

Silent Man— ART 12-6-17 

Silent Master— SEZ 5-31-17 

Silent Mystery— HWF... 12-1-18 
Silent Partner— PAR.... 5-10-17 

Silent Partner— PAR 8-26-23 

Silent Pal— GOT 1925 

Silent Power— LUM.... 12-19-26 

Silent Rider— TRI 1927 

Silent Rider— U 1-30-27 

Silent Sacrifice— SE 1917 

Silent Sanderson— PDC. .6-21-25 

Silent Sentinel — CHE 7-21-29 

Silent Shelby— AY 1922 

Silent Stranger— FBO . . . 4-20-24 

Silent Strength— VIT 1917 

Silent Trail— SY 3-24-29 

Silent Voice— M 9-23-15 

Silent Vow— VIT 4-9-22 

Silent Years— FBO 11-27-21 

Silent Watcher— FN .... 10-5-24 
Silent Witness ( AT)— F .. 2-7-32 

Silent Woman— M 9-8-18 

Silk Husbands and Calico Wives 
EQU..1920 

Silk Hosiery— PAR 2-13-21 

Silk Legs— F 1-1-28 

Silk Lined Burglar— U. .3-16-19 
Silk Stocking Sal— FBO 

12-28-24 

Silk Stockings— U 8-21-27 

Silken Shackles— W A.... 5-30-26 

Silkless Banknote— SEZ 1920 

Silks and Saddles— U. ... 12-2-28 
Silks and Satins— PAR. .6-15-16 

Silver Car— VIT 6-5-21 

Silver Comes Thru — FBO 

5-29-27 
Silver Dollar (AT)— FN 

11-5-32 

Silver Fingers— CAP 4-25-26 

Silver Girl— PAT 1919 

Silver Horde— G 5-16-20 

Silver Horde, The (AT)— 

RKO.. 10-26-30 

Silver King— GLO 9-8-29 

Silver King— PAR 1-19-19 

Silver Lining — M 2-20-21 

Silver Lining, The (AT)— 

UA. . 1-17-32 

Silver Slave— WA 12-11-27 

Silver Treasure — F 1926 

Silver Valley — F 10-2-27 

Silver Wings— F 5-21-21 

Simba — WID 2-12-28 

Simple Sis— WA 6-12-27 

Simple Souls— PAT 5-16-20 

Simon the Jester— PDC. 11-22-25 

Sin— F 10-7-15 

Sin Cargo— TIF 1-9-27 

Sin Flood — G 9-4-21 

Sin Ship (AT)— RKO.... 1930 

S.n Ship (AT)— RKO 4-5-31 

Sin of Madelon Claudet (AT) 

—MGM. .11-1-31 
Sin of Martha Queed— AE. . 1922 
Sin of the World— UNI . 3-30-19 
Sin Takes a Holiday (AT)— 

PAT. .11-23-30 
Sin That Was His— SEZ 

12-12-20 

Sin Town— PAT 1929 

Sin Sister (S-SE)— F. . .3-24-29 

Sin Woman— BAK 4-26-17 

Sin Ye Do— INC 12-7-16 

Sinews of Steel— LUM .. 6-12-27 



MEM AN C. 
COOPER 

Executive Vice-President 
In Charge of Production 

RKO STUDIOS, INC. 



Co-producer and Director of 



"Chang" 



"Grass" 



'The Four Feathers' 



"King Ron 



,1 



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Singapore Mutiny— FBO. 10-7-28 

S ; nee d— F 7-24-27 

Snged Wings-PAR ••••12-3-22 
Sin|er Jim McKee-PAR ^ ^ 

Singing Fool (PT & S)-WA 

Singing River— F 7 -*t'?l 

Single Code— HMU 4-26-17 

Sing.e.Handed Sande^AT^ 

Single Handed— U. ..... •■ .1923 

Single Man— M-G-M . . . .1-20-29 

Single Sin (AT) — TIF. . .2-15-31 
Single Standard— M-G-M. 8-4-29 

Single Track-VIT 12-4-21 

Single Wives — FN 8-3-24 

Smister Hands (AT)— KFT, ^ 

Sink or Swim— F . . 1920 

Sinking of the Lusitania — U.... 

Sinner or Saint— BB 1923 

Sinners — REA 3-21-20 

Sinner's Holiday (AT)— WA 

10-12-30 
Sinners in Heaven — PAR 

9-14-24 

Sinners in Love— FBO. . 10-7-28 
Sinners in Silk— MG. . .8-24-24 
Sinners in the Sun (AT) — 

PAR. .5-15-32 
Sinners' Parade — COL .11-11-28 
Sins of Ambition— I V.. 12-27-17 

Sins of Men— F S-18-16 

Sins of Rosanne— PAR. 10-17-20 
Sins of Society— BRA. . .12-9-15 
Sins of St. Anthony— PAR. 1920 

Sins of the Children— PI 

Sins of the Cluldren (AT)— 

MGM. .7-27-30 
Sins of the Fathers— PAR 

2- 3-29 

Sins of the Mothers— VIT 

Sins of the Parents— F. 12-14-16 

Sin's Pay Day (AT)— MAF 

3- 13-32 

Sioux Blood— M-G-M... 8-18-29 
Sir Arne's Treasure — GHA 

12-11-21 

Sir Lumberjack— FBO ..4-25-26 

Siren — COL 3-11-28 

Siren— PAT 

Siren Call— PAR 9-17-22 

Siren of Seville— PDC. .11-30-24 
Sirene of the Tropics — Unknown 
1928 

Siren's Song— F 5-4-19 

Sirens of the Sea— U. .. .9-20-17 

Siroco (AT-Arabian)— CF 

11-29-31 

Sis Hopkins — G 3-9-19 

Sister Against Sister— F. .. 1923 

Sister of Si* — FAT 10-12-16 

Sister to Salome— F 7-11-20 

Sisters (AT)— COL 6-29-30 

Sisters— AR 4-9-22 

Sisters of Eve— RA 1928 

Sit Tight (AT)— WA... 2-22-31 
Sitting Bull at the Spirit Lake 

Massacre— SU 1926 

Six and One-half by Eleven — 
FGU..1928 
Six Best Cellars— PAR.. 3-14-20 
Six Cylinder Love (AT)— F 

5- 1731 

Six Days— G 9-23-23 

Six Feet Four— PAT. .. .8-31-19 
Six Fifty— U 9-23-23 

Six Hours to Live (AT)— F 

10-18-32 

Six-Shoter Andy— F 3-28-18 

Six Shootin' Romance — U 

2-14-26 
Sixth Commandment — AE 

6- 29-24 

Sixteenth Wife— VIT. .. .5-17-17 
Sixty Cents an Hour— PAR 

5-20-23 



Skandal Um Eva (AT-Ger- 

man) — FOF. .4-26-31 
Skedaddle Gold— PAT. . .7-31-27 

Skid Proof-F. 8-12-23 

Skin Deep— FN ..••••• • l 0 : 8 " 22 

Skin Deep (AT & Sl-WA ^ 

Skin Game— PS 

Skin Game (AT)— BI... 6-21-31 
Skinner Steps Out 'AT^U ^ 

Skinner's Baby— ES. .....8-2-17 

Skinner's Big Idea - FB °. 18 . 28 
Skinner's Bubble— ES. 5-10-17 
Skinner's Dress Suit— ES 2 g J? 
Skinner's Dress Suit— ^ ^ 
Skinning Skinners— RAD .. 1921 

Skippy (AT) PAR 4-5-31 

ckirta F 1921 

Skirts^M-G-M 8-19-28 

Sky Bride (AT) — PAR. .4-24-32 
Iky Devils (AT)-UA.. 1-24-32 

Skv Eve — LES 1-11-20 

Sky Hawk (AT)-F. . .12-15-29 
Sky High-F.......... 12-18-21 

Sky High Corral-U...... 1926 

Sky High Saunders— U. -9-18-27 

Sky Skidder— U 2-17-29 

Sky Pilot— FN.. 4-24-21 

Sky Pirates— AY 2-6-27 

Sky Raider— AE ....1925 

Sky Raiders (AT)-COL ^ ^ 
Sky Rider-CHE.........1928 

Sky Spider (AT)— ACT 8-23-31 
Skyscraper Souls (AT)- g ^ 

Skyfire-IND •••1920 

Skyline (AT)— F •■••1°- 1 £" 

Skyrocket— AE .-1926 

Skyscraper-PAT . . . . . .4-15-28 

Sky's the Limit— AY .1926 

Skywayman— F .9-5-20 

Slacker— M . . f 
Slam. Bang Jim— PAT. .4-18-20 

Slander— F iVi 4 2?"« 

Slander the Woman— FN . 6-3-23 

Slanderers— U ••1924 

Sl ave f 6-28-17 

Slave Market— PAR . . . . .M-17 
Slave of P«ire-G ....12-16-23 
Slave of Fashion— MG.... 8-9- Zb 
Slave of Vanity-RC... 1-28-20 

Slaver-AN 

Slaves of Beauty — F.... 6-26-27 
lav" of ^d^VlT..A-n-20 
Sleep Walker-PAR . . . , 4-16-22 
Sleep of Cyma Roget— FJ.MJ 
Sleeping Fires-PAR. . . .4-19- 7 
Sleeping Lion ^ ' 11 ' ' " in 2517 
Sleeping Memory— M... 10-25-17 
Sleeping Partners CAT>— ^l^^ 

Slide, Kelly, Slide— M-G-M^^ 

Slightly Married JAT)- ^ ^ 

Slightly Scarlet (AT)— PA^ 3Q 

Slightly Used-WA 9-18-27 

Slim Fingers— U 4-7-29 

Slim Princess— G.... . . . - 7 -4-20 

Slim Shoulders— HOD ..6-25-22 
Slingshot Kid-FBO...... 1927 

Slippery Magee — FN .... °-24-23 

Slums""!? Be'riin-IMP '. 2-20-27 
Hums of Tokyo-MOV. 7-20-30 
Small Bachelor— U 10-9-27 

Smart Money (AT)— WA^ ^ ^ 

Small Town Fo"f»-PS........ 

Small Town Girl— F.. . .5-31-17 

Small Town Guy— ES.. 12-13-17 
Small Town Idol— APR.2-20-21 
Small Town Sinners— FFS . 1928 

327 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Smart Set-M-G-M 3-18-28 

ss w^-vat)-^" 

Smashing Through— BL.. 6-9-18 
Smile, Brother, Smile— F N 2127 

iSlrJd T-;-of Nap.;^ 

Smiling Li- tena " t pAR T) r24-31 
Smilin' at Troubl r FB0..1926 

Smiling B.lly-RA • ."g 

Smilin' Guns-U . . • • • • • -3 31 a 
Smiling Insh Eyes (AT & S) ^ 

Smilin' Jim-ENR 

Smilin' Terror-U ... . . .6£0 29 

Smilin' Through— FN - — 3 S " 

Smilin' Through M (AT_)_ ioi532 

Smoke Bellew-FD .2-3-29 

Smoke Eaters— RA...... 1-30 z/ 

Smooth as Sat.n-FBO . .6-28 25 
Smouldering Embers— f A * 1520 

Smouldering Fires— U . . . 12-7-24 

Smudge— FN • U 1 ,^ 

Smugglers-PAR 8-24 lb 

Snares of Pans F 5 3 J7 

Inar^t^Bis::::::^ 

Intpt (AT-Russiani-AM^ ^ 

Snitching Hour-CC .... . . . »j{ 

Snob — MJU 192 , 

Snob-REA \l£ 

Snob Buster— RA. • • 

Snow Bride-PAR..... ; 6 : 7 : 2J 

Snowbird— M 5-29-21 

Snow Bl.nd-G • ..5»« 

Snowbound— TIF ... 
Snowdrift—* 0,7.22 
Snowshoe Trail— FBO . . .9 17 £ 
S„ow White-EDU .... 1 1-23 Jb 
Snow White — PAR -\* 17 

So Long Letty (AT)-WA^ o 
So This Is Arirona?— SMI 
So This Is Arizona jAT)-^ 
So This Is CollegeMAT ?o |) 
So This Is London CAT)— F^ 
So This Is Love?-COL. 4-22-28 
So This Is Marriage?— ..1-4 " 
So This Is Paris?-WA.8- 5-26 

IS! Srsfe::: S - 

Social Buccaneer— BL... 10-5-lb 
Social Celebrity-PAR...4-25-26 
Social Code— M . .... • • -9-23-Z3 
Social Highboy— WA ..7-11-16 
Social Highwayman— PW °, n lfi 

Social Hypocrites— M . . .4-25-18 

Social Leper— PBW 3-15-17 

Social Lion (AT)-PAR. 6-15-30 
Social Quicksands — M...6-Z3-18 



RADIO 
KEITH 
ORPHEUM 



Corporation 



R/KO 



RKO THEATERS 

From Coast to Coast 




328 



Social Secretary— FAT. . .9-7-16 

Society Bad Man— SEZ 

Society Exile — PAR . . . .8-24-19 
Society for Sale — TRI. .4-25-18 

Society Girl (AT) — F. .6-11-32 
Society Scandal— PAR . .3-16-24 

Society Secrete— U 2-20-21 

Society Sensation — U 10-6-18 

Society Snobs— SEZ ... .3-20-21 

Society's Driftwood — U 1917 

Soda Water Cowboy— PAT 

9- 25-27 

Soft Boiled— F 7-22-23 

S.ft Cushions— PAR 8-28-27 

Soft Living— F 3-4-28 

Soft Shoes— PDC 1925 

Soil— AM 10-19-30 

Soil is Thirsty, The (AT- 

Russian)— AM. .5-8-32 

Soiled— GOL 3-8-25 

Sold— PAR 

Sold at Auction — PAT.. 1-25-17 
Sold for Marriage — FAT. .4-6-16 
Soldiers and Women (AT)— 

COL.. 5-18-30 
Soldiers of Chance— VIT .9-6-17 
Soldiers of Fortune — HOD 

11- 16-19 

Soldiers of Fortune— RE A. . 1924 
Soldier's Oath— F 12-30-15 

Soldiers Plaything (AT)— WA 

5- 3-31 

Solitary Sin— SOL 6-29-19 

Solomon in Society— SEZ 

12- 31-22 

Some Boy — F 7-12-17 

Sombras De Gloria (AT-Span- 

ish)— WW.. 2-16-30 

Some Bride— M 6-15-19 

Some Liar— PAT 5-11-19 

Some Mother's Boy — RA 

6- 9-29 

Some Pun'kins— CHA. .10-18-25 
Some Wild Oats— PWP ...1929 
Somebody's Mother — RA 

4- 25-26 

Someone in the House — M 

11-7-20 

Someone Must Pay — GRA 

9-28-19 

Someone to Love — PAR. 12-9-28 
Something Always Happens — 

PAR.. 5-27-28 
Something Different — REA 

I- 30-21 

Something to Do— PAR. 3-16-19 
Something to Think About — 

PAR.. 10-24-20 

Somewhere in America — M 

8-2-17 

Somewhere in France — KAN 

3-16-16 

Somewhere in France — INC 

II- 9-16 

Somewhere in France — PAR .... 
Somewhere in Georgia — SUB 

6-7-17 

Somewhere in Sonora — FN 

4-3-27 

Some Wild Oats— CUM. 7-27-19 

Somme— ERA 12-2-28 

Son of a Gun— FCH 1926 

Son of Erin— PAR 11-2-14 

Son of India (AT)— MGM 

7- 26-31 

Son of His Father— PAR 

10-25-17 
Son of His Father— PAR 

10- 11-25 

Son of Oklahoma (AT)— 

WW.. 10-26-32 
Son of the Desert— SEZ ... 1922 
Son of the Gods (AT)— FN 

2-2-30 

Son of the Golden West— FBO 
9-30-28 

Son of the Hills— VIT. .6-28-17 
Son of the Immortals — BL 

5- 11-16 



Son of the Land— AM... 5-31-31 
Son of the Plains (AT)— SYN 

7- 5-31 

Son of the Sahara — FN.. 6-1-24 
Son of the Sheik— UA. . .8-1-26 
Son of the Wolf— FBO. .6-18-22 
Son of Wallingford — VIT 

10- 16-21 
Son-Daughter (AT)— MGM 

12-31-32 
Song and Dance Man — PAR 

2- 7-26 

Song of Hate— F 9-16-15 

Song of Kentucky (AT)— F 

12-29-29 

Song of Life— FN 2-19-22 

Song of Life (S-SE)— SDC 

1932 

Song of Love— FN 1-13-24 

Song of Love (AT)— COL 

11- 17-29 
Song O' My Heart (AT)— F 

3- 16-30 

Song of Songs— ART 2-21-18 

Song of the Caballero (AT) — 

U. .7-13-30 
Song of the Flame (AT)— FN 

4- 27-30 

Song of the Soul— VIT. .3-14-18 

Song of the Soul— G 10-17-20 

Song of the Wage Slave— M 

10- 14-15 

Song of the West (AT)— WA 

3- 2-30 

Sonia— FDC 1928 

Sonny— FN 6-4-22 

Sonny Boy (PT & S)— WA 

3-17-29 

Sonora Kid— FBO 3-6-27 

Sons of Satan — U 

Sons of the Saddle (AT)— U 

8- 3-30 

Sooky (AT)— PAR ..12-27-31 
Sooner or Later— SEL. . 3-21-20 
Sophomore, The (AT & S) — 

PAT.. 7-28-29 
Sorrell and Son— UA. . 11-27-27 
Sorrows of Happiness — LUB 

3-2-16 

Sorrows of Love — INC.. 6-1-16 
Sorrows of Satan — PAR 

11- 14-26 
So's Your Old Man— PAR 

11-7-26 

S. O. S. Perils of the Sea— COL 
2-14-26 

Soul Adrift— PAT 

Soul and Body— PEA 1922 

Soul Enslaved— U 2-3-16 

Soul Fire— FN 5-10-25 

Soul for Sale— U 5-26-18 

Soul Harvest— SAN .... 4- 1 5-23 
Soul in Pawn— AMU.... 9-13-17 

Soul in Trust— TRI 3-28-18 

Soul Market— M 3-9-16 

Soul Master— VIT 5-31-17 

Soul Mates— AMU 5-18-16 

Soul Mates— M-G-M.... 1-10-26 

Soul of a Child— PAT 

Soul of a Magdalene— M. .1917 
Soul of a Woman— APH.. 1922 
Soul of Broadway — F.. 10-21-15 

Soul of Buddah— F 5-19-18 

Soul of France— PAR 1928 

Soul of France— PAR. .10-20-29 
Soul of Kura San— PAR 

11-9-16 

Soul of Man— PS 1922 

Soul of Mexico (S-SE) — XX 

2-7-32 

Soul of Satan— F 1917 

Soul of the Gaucho (AT-Span- 

ish)— PHY.. 1930 
Soul of Youth— REA... 8-22-20 

Soul of the Beast— M 4-22-23 

Soul of the Slums (AT) — 

ACT. . 1 1-29-31 
Soul Without Windows — WO 

16-6-18 

329 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Soul's Awakening— HEP. 8-31-24 
Soul's Cycle— HMU ....2-17-16 

Souls Adrift— PWO 9-6-17 

Souls Aflame— FD 1928 

Souls for Sables— TIF. .8-30-25 

Souls for Sale— G ■••J-J*?! 

Souls in Bondage— LUB. 2-3-16 
Souls Triumphant — FAT. 5-24-17 
Soup to Nuts (AT)— F 

Source — PAR 8-18-18 

South of Northern Lights — STE 

South of Panama— CHE... 1929 
South of Santa Fe (AT) — 

WW.. 1932 
South of Suva— PAR.... 6-25-22 
South of Sonora (AT)— INL 

12-14-30 
South of the Rio Grande 

(AT) — COL. . 5-8-32 
South Sea Bubble— WW .. 1928 
South Sea Love— FBO . .2-12-28 

South Sea Love— F 1923 

South Sea Rose (AT)— F^ g ^ 

South Seas— TPE 5-25-30 

South Seas Adventures 

(S-SE) — PRI . .4-3-32 

Southern Justice— B I 5-25-17 

Southern Pride— MT 1917 

Sowers— PAR 3-30-16 

Sowers and Reapers — M. 5-24-17 
Sowing the Wind— FN .. 1-16-20 

Spangles— U ^iH 6 - 

Spaniard— PAR 6-28-25 

Spanish Dancer— PAR. . 10-14-23 

Spanish Jade-PAR 7-16-22 

Spark Divine— VIT 6-15-19 

Sparrows— U A 9-26-26 

Spartakida— AM : ■ • • 1929 

Spawn of the Desert — ARW 

1923 

Speak Easily (AT) — MGM^ ^ 
Speakeasy (AT & S >- F j 7 . 29 
Special Delivery— PAR... 5-1-27 
Speckled Band, The (AT)— 

FD. .11-8-31 

Speed— BAE 4-26-25 

Speed Classic— EXP ....8-19-28 

Speed Cop— RA 2-13-27 

Speed Crazed— RA 

Speed Demon— BAR 9-13-25 

Speed Girl — PAR U"? 0 '" 

Speed King— GOL 2A }'1\ 

Speed Limit— LUM 1926 

Speed Mad— COL 11-8-25 

Speed Madness (AT)- MER 
1 10-5-32 

Speed Maniac— F 9-28-19 

Speed Spook— EC -9-7-24 

Speed Wild— FBO 5-10-25 

Speeding Hoofs— R A 1927 

Speeding Thru— ELB 1926 

Speeding Venus— PDC . .11-7-26 

Speedway— M-G-M 9-22-29 

Speedy-PAR 4-15-28 

Speedy Meade— G ..1919 

Speedy Smith— R A 8-28-27 

Speedy Spurs— ARC 1926 

Spellbound— HOR ; s -f'w 

Spell of the Yukon— M. .5-25-16 

Spender— PAT 10-7-1S 

Spender— M J-5-M 

Spenders— HOD 1-9-21 

sphinx— u ; 2 ;HS 

Spider— PAR 2-10-16 

Spider (AT)— F 8-16-31 

Spider and the Fly— F. .. .6-1-16 
Spider and the Rose— PRI 

3-25-23 



PANDRO HERMAN 



1932 



"CHRISTOPHER STRONG" "SYMPHONY OF SIX MILLION' 
"SWEEPINGS" "AGE OF CONSENT" 

"HALF NAKED TRUTH" "WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD" 



JOHN CROMWELL 



Directed 



SWEEPINGS" 




330 



Spider Webs— LEE 1926 

Spieler, The (PT & S)— PAT 

1-20-29 

Spies— M-G-M 3-10-29 

Spindle of Life— BUT. .9-27-17 
Spirit of Good— F 7-11-20 

Spirit of Notre Dame (AT)— 

U. .9-27 31 

Spirit of Romance — PAR. 3-29-17 

Spirit of '17— PAR 1-31-18 

Spirit of the U. S. A.— FBO 
5-2S-24 

Spirit of the West (AT) — 

AP.. 5-22-32 
Spirit of Youth— TIF... 3-10-29 

Spite Bride— SE 1919 

Spite Marriage — M-G-M . 3-31-29 

Spitfire— AE 6-22-24 

Spitfire— PAR 1924 

Spitfire of Seville— U.... 7-20-19 
Splendid Crime— PAR. .12-20-25 
Splendid Hazard — FN . . .9-26-20 

Splendid Lie— ARW 1922 

Splendid Road— FN .... 12-13-25 
Splendid Romance— PAR ... 1918 

Splendid Sin— F 9-7-19 

Splendid Sinner — G 4-18-18 

Splitting the Breeze— FBO . 1927 

Spoilers— G 7-1-23 

Spoilers (AT) — PAR. . .9-21-30 
Spoilers of the West— M-G-M 

1927 

Spook Ranch — U 4-26-25 

Sport Parade, The (AT) — RKO 
12-17-32 

Sporting Age — COL 5-27-28 

Sporting Blood — F 8-17-16 

Sporting Blood (AT)-MGM 

8-16-31 

Sporting Chance — TRU . .7-5-25 
Sporting Chance — PAT.. 6-22-19 
Sporting Chance— PAR. .7-20-19 
Sporting Chance (AT) — 

PEE. .10-25-31 
Sporting Duchess — VIT.. 3-7-20 



Sporting Goods— PAR . . . 2-19-28 
Sporting Life— HWF. . . . 9-22-18 

Sporting Life— U 9-27-25 

Sporting Lover — FN 6-27-26 

Sporting Venus — MG 5-17-25 

Sporting Youth— U 1-27-24 

Spotlight— PAR 12-4-27 

Spotlight Sadie— G 4-20-19 

Spotted Lily— BL 10-4-17 

Spreading Dawn— G 11-1-17 



Spreading Evil— KEA 

Spring Fever— M-G-M . . 10-23-27 
Spring Is Here (AT)— FN 

7-20-30 



Spuds— PAT 4-10-27 

Spurs and Saddles — U 1928 

Spurs of Sybil— PWO... 3-14-18 

Spurs (AT)— U 8-31-30 

Spy— F 10-11-17 

Spy (AT)— F 3-22-31 



Spy of Mme. Pompadour — GLO 
9-15-29 

Squall, The (AT & S) — FN 

5- 12-29 

Squandered Lives — STL 

12-19-20 

Square Crooks — F 4-1-28 

Square Deal— PBW 2-15-17 

Square Deal— AMU 6-16-18 

Square Deal Man— INC. 3-15-17 
Square Deal Sanderson — ART 

6- 22-19 

Square Deceiver— M 12-15-17 

Square Shooter — F 6-8-20 

Square Shoulders (PT & S)— 

PAT.. 6-30-29 

Squaw Man— PAR 1-12-19 

Squaw Man (AT)— MGM 

9-20-31 

Squaw Man's Son— PAR. 8-2-17 
Squealer (AT)— COI 9-14-30 



Stage Kisses — COL, 1-8-28 

Stage Madness— F 1-16-27 



Stage Romance — F 2-12-22 

Stage Struck— FAT 2-22- 17 

Stage Struck— PAR ....11-22-25 
Stain in the Blood— MT. 4-27-16 
Stainless Barrier— TRI . 10-25-17 
Stairs of Sand— PAR.... 6-23-29 

Stampede — KRA 1921 

Stampede— PRO 4-27-30 

Stand and Deliver— PAT. 4-8-28 

Stardust— FN 2-12-22 

Star Dust Trail — F 3-8-25 

Star Reporter— ARW 1922 

Star Rover— M 11-14-20 

Stark Love— PAR 3-6-27 

Stark Mad (AT & S)— WA 

1929 

Starlight's Revenge — RA. . . 1926 
Starvation — FBW 1-18-20 

Star Witness (AT)— WA 

8-2-31 

State Street Sadie (PT & S)— 

WA. .9-9-28 
State's Attorney (AT)— 

RKO. .5-8-32 
Station Content— TRI ...8-16-18 

Station Master — AM 7-8-28 

Stay Home — M 1922 

Steadfast Heart— G 12-30-23 

Steady Company (AT)— U. 1932 

Stealers— RC 9-26-20 

Steamboat Bill, Jr.— UA. 5-20-28 

Steelheart — VIT 9-18-21 

Steel Highway (AT)— WA 

1930 

Steel King— WO 11-30-19 

Steel of the Royal Mounted — 

VIT. .6-28-25 

Steel Preferred— PDC 1-3-26 

Stella Maris— ART 1-31-18 

Stella Maris— U 2-21-26 

Stella Dallas— UA 11-22-23 

Step On It— U 5-14-22 

Stephen Steps Out— PAR 

11-25-23 

Steppin' Out— COL 1926 

Stepping Alive— FBO 1924 

Stepping Along — FN ... 12-19-26 

Stepping Fast— F 5-20-23 

Stepping High (PT & S)— 

FBO. . 1928 

SteppingOut— PAR 10-5-19 

Stepping Out (AT)— MGM 

5-24-31 

Stepping Sisters (AT) — F 

1- 10-32 

Stepping Stone— TRI 4-6-16 

Stick to Your Story— RA. . 1926 

Still Alarm— U 1-10-26 

Still Alarm— SEL 8-25-18 

Still Waters— PAR..... 11-1 1-1 5 
Sting of the Scorpion — ARW 
Stitch in Time— VIT.... 4-27-19 
Stocks and Blondes— FBO 

8-19-2S 

Stoker. The (AT)— AP . 7-16-32 

Stolen Bride — FN 8-21-27 

Stolen Heaven (AT) — PAR 

2- 15-31 

Stolen Honor— F 1-17-18 

Stolen Hours— PWO.... 1-10-18 

Stolen Kiss— REA 3-14-20 

Stolen Kisses (PT & S)— WA 
5-5-29 

Stolen Love— RKO 1-6-29 

Stolen Magic— TRI 10-7-15 

Stolen Moments— PI 1921 

Stolen Orders— BRA 6-9-18 

Stolen Paradise— PWO. .6-21-17 

Stolen Pleasure— COL 2-6-27 

Stolen Ranch— U 1926 

Stolen Secrets— U 3-16-24 

Stolen Treaty — VIT 

Stolen Triumph— M 1916 

Stool Pigeon— COL 11-4-28 

Stop Flirting— PDC 6-21-25 

Stop, Look and Listen — PAT 

1-10-26 

Stop That Man— SEZ 1927 

Stop That Man— U 4-29-28 

331 



] 3,262 TITLES 



Stop Thief— G 8-22-20 

Storm— PAR 8-14-16 

Storm— U 6-25-22 

Storm Breaker— U 9-20-25 

Storm Daughter— U 3-23-24 

Storm Girl— AN 1922 



Storm Over Asia— AM .. .9-7-30 

Storm Over Zakopan. (AT- 

Polish) — CAP . . 1932 



Storm, The (AT)— U. . .8-24-30 

Stormy Knight— BL 9-13-17 

Stormy Seas— AE 8-19-23 

Stormy Waters— TIF 8-26-28 

Stormswept— FBO 2-18-23 

Story Without a Name— PAR 

10-26-24 

Stowaway (AT)— U 1932 



Straight "from Paris— EQU . 1921 
Straight from the Shoulder— F 



7-3-21 

Straight Is the Way— PAR 

2-27-21 

Straight Road— PAR 1914 

Straight Shootin' — U 8-7-27 

Straight Shooting— U 1924 

Straight Way— F 10-5-16 

Stranded— FAT 7-13-16 

Stranded— STE 8-28-27 



Stranded in A ready— PAT. 1917 
Stranded in Paris — PAR 

12-26-26 
Strange Adventure (AT) — 

MOP. .1932 

Strange Boarder— G 1920 

Strange Cargo (AT & S)— PAT 
2-24-29 

Strange Case of Clara Deane 

(AT)— PAR. .5-8-32 
Strange Case of District At- 
torney M— UNP.. ..3-23-30 
Strange Case of Capt. Ramper 

FN. .6-10-28 

Strange Idols— F 6-4-22 

Strange Interlude (AT) — 

MGM.. 7-8-32 
Strange Justice (AT)— 

RKO. .10-21-32 
Strange Love of Mollv Louvain 
(AT) — FN. .5-8-32 

Strange Woman — F 9-29-18 

Stranger — PAR 2-10-24 

Stranger from Somewhere — BL 

11- 16-16 

Stranger from the North — SEZ 
2-10-24 

Stranger in Town (AT) — 

WA. .7-9-32 
Stranger Than Fiction — FN 

12- 11-21 

Stranger's Banquet — G . . . 1-7-23 

Strangers in Love (AT)— 

PAR.. 3-6-32 
Strangers May Kis^ (AT) — 

MGM. .4 12-31 
Strangers of the Evening (AT) 

—TIF. .5-8-32 
Strangers of the Night — M 

9-9-23 

Strangling Threads— HEP 

8-17-24 

Strauss, the Waltz King— FFS 



7-28-29 

Streak of Luck— ARC 1926 

Stream of Life — PLY 1919 

Street— FFS 1928 

Street Angel— F 4-15-28 



Street Called Straight — G 

3-14-20 

Street Girl (AT)— RKO . 7-21-29 
Street of Chance (AT)— PAR 

2-2-30 

Street of Forgotten Men — PAR 
8-2-25 



Street of Illusion— COL 

11-11 

Street of Seven Stars— DIE 



5-26-18 

Street of Sin — PAR 6-3-28 

Street of Sorrow— SOA. . 7-17-27 
Street of Tears— R A 1924 



Street of Women (AT) — 

WA..S-29-32 
Street Scene (AT) — UA 

8-30-31 

Streets of Algiers — Ufa.. 6-10-28 
Streets of Illusion— PAT. 8-16-17 
Streets of New York— AY 

12-10-22 
Streets of Shanghai — TIF 

2- 26-28 

Strength of Donald McKensie — 
AMU. .8-10-16 
Strength of the Pines— F. . 3-5-22 
Strength of the Weak— BL 

3- 23-16 
Strictly Business (AT) — 

POP. .4-10-32 
Strictly Confidential— G . 10-12-19 
Strictly Dishonorable (AT) 

— U. .11-15-31 
Strictly Modern (AT)— FN 

5-4-30 

Strictly Unconventional (AT) 

MGM. .7-20-30 

Strife Eternal — MT 12-2-15 

String Beans— PAR 12-15-18 

Stripped for a Million— KRA 



9-7-19 

Striving for Fortune— EXP . 1926 
Stroke of Midnight — M. .6-4-22 
Sirong Boy (S-SE) — F. . 4-7-29 

Strong Man — FN 9-12-26 

Strong Way — WO 1-24-18 

Stronger Love — PAR 8-3-16 

Stronger Passion — LBR 1922 

Stronger Than Death — M 

1-18-20 

Stronger Vow — G 5-4-19 

Stronger Will— EXP 4-15-28 

Strongest — F 2-8-20 

Struggle— W 1920 



Struggle, The (AT)— UA 

12-13-31 
Struggle Everlasting — RSR 

12-20-17 

Student Prince— M-G-M . 10-2-27 
Student Sein ( AT-( .erman)— 

PRX. .5-3 31 
Student Sein Wenn Die Veil- 
chen Bluhen (AT-German) — 

PRX. .1932 

Studio Girl— SEL 1-31-18 

Studio Murder Mystery (AT) — 
PAR. .6-16-29 

Submarine — COL 9-2-28 

Submarine Eye— WIM .. 6-21-1 7 
Submarine Pirate— TRI . 1 1-25-15 
Substitute Wife— ARW. 10-18-25 
Subway Express (AT) — COL 

3-29-31 

Subway Sadie— FN 9-19-26 

Success— M 2-25-23 

Successful Adventure — M 

7-21-18 

Successful Calamity, A (AT) — 

WA. .8-24-32 
Successful Failure— TRI. .8-2-17 
Successful Failure— TRI. 1-12-19 
Such a Little Pirate— PAR 

10-13-18 
Such a Little Queen-PAR 

7-10-21 

Such Men Are Dangerous 

(AT)— F.. 3-9-30 
Sudden Gentleman— TRI 



11-29-17 

Sudden Jim— TRI 7-19-17 

Sudden Riches— WO 5-11-16 

Suds— UA 7-4-20 

Sue of the South— U 1919 

Suicide Kleet (AT)— PAT 

11-29-31 



Sultana— PAT 11-23-16 

Summer Bachelors— F . . 1 2-26-26 

Summer Girl— WO 8-17-16 

Sunbeam — M 12-14-16 

Sundown— FN 12-7-24 

Sundown Slim— U 9-26-20 

Sundown Trail— U 9-21-19 

Sundown Trail (AT)— PAT 

1U-18-31 

Sun-Dog Trail— ARW 1923 

Sunken Rocks— BR 1923 

Sunlight's Last Raid— VIT 

10-4-17 

Sunny (AT) -FN 12-28-30 

Sunny Jane— BM 4-5-17 

Sunnyside— FN 6-22-19 

Sunnyside Up— PDC .... 7-18-26 
Sunny Side Up (AT & S)— F 

10-6-29 



Sunny Skies (AT)— TIF 

5-18-30 

Sunrise — F 10-2-27 

Sunrise Trail (AT)— TIF 

3- 29 31 

Sunset Derby— FN 6-19-27 

Sunset Jones— PAT 4-24-21 

Sunset Legion— PAR 5-27-28 

Sunset Pass — PAR 3-24-29 

Sunset Princess— ARW 1919 

Sunset Sprague — F 9-26-20 

Sunset Trail— PAR 10-4-17 

Sunset Trail— U 9-21-24 

Sunset Trail (AT)— TIF. 1-17-32 

Sunshine Alley— G 11-15-17 

Sunshine and Gold— PAT 

4- 26-17 

Sunshine Dad— FAT .... 3-30-16 

Sunshine Harbor— AFF 1922 

Sunshine Nan— PAR. . .4-11-18 
Sunshine of Paradise Alley— 

CHA— 1-16-27 

Sunshine Trail— FN 8-26-23 

Sun-Up— MG 8-23-25 

Superman— WH 1920 

Super Sex — AR 12-3-22 

Super Speed— RA 1925 

Superstition — LBR 1922 

Supreme Passion — FI L . . . 3-6-2 1 

Supreme Passion — AE 1923 

Supreme Sacrifice— PRW . 3-16-16 
Supreme Temptation — VIT 

3-23-16 

Supreme Test— COU. . . 12-23-23 

Supreme Test— U 192 1 

Sure Fire— U 10-30-21 

Sure-Fire Flint— MAS . 10-29-22 

Surging Seas— STD 4-20-24 

Surrender— U 10-16-27 

Surrender (AT)— F ...11-29-31 
Surrender of the German 

Fleet— U 

Survival— UNP 1-26-30 

Susan's Gentleman — BL .3-15-17 
Susan Lennox. Her Rise and 

Fall (AT) — MGM . . 10-18-31 
Susan Rocks the Boat— FAT 

6-1-16 

Susanne Macht Ordnung (AT- 



German)— FTP 10-11-31 

Susie Snowflakes— PAR. 6-29- 16 

Suspect— VIT 5-25-16 

Suspense— FIL 1919 

Suspense (AT)— BI 11-9-30 

Suspicion— HOF 12-1-18 

Suspicious Wives — SR 1922 

Suzanna — APA 4-1-23 

Svengali (AT)— WA ....5-3-3' 

Swan— PAR 3-15-25 

Swat the Spy— F 11-17-18 

Swamp— FBO 10-30-21 



Swanee River (AT) — WW 

2-8-31 

Sweden, 1929-1930— MAT 
Sweepstakes (AT)— RKO 

6-28-31 

Sweet Adeline— CHA 1-3-26 

Sweet Alyssum — SEL. . .12-2-15 
Sweet Daddies— FN 7-18-26 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Sweet Kitty Bellaire — PAR 

5-25-16 

Sweet Kitty Bellairs (AT)— 

WA. .9-7-30 
Sweet Lavender— REA. 10-10-20 
Sweet Mamma (ATI— FN 

7-13-30 

Sweet Rosie O'Grady — COL 

9-26-26 

Sweet Sixteen— R A 9-16-28 

Sweetheart of the Doomed — 

TRI--»-19-17 
Sweethearts and Wives (AT)— 
FN.. 6-29-30 
Sweethearts on Parade (AT) — 
COL. .9-28-30 
Sweetie (AT & S)— PAR 

10-27-29 

Swell Head— COL 11-6-27 

Swellhead (AT)— TIF. . .6-15-30 
Swift Shadow— FBO. . .11-27-27 
Swim, Girl, Swim — PAR 

9-11-27 

Swing High (AT)— PAT. S-4-30 
Sword of Valor— GOL.. 5-18-24 
Swords and the Woman — 

FBO.. 6-29-24 
Sylvia of the Secret Service — 

PAT. .11-15-17 

Sylvila on a Spree— M 1918 

Symphony in Two Flats (AT) 

—WW. .1931 
Symphony of Six Million 

(AT)— RKO. .4-10-32 
Syncopating Sue — FN . . . 1 1-7-26 
Syncopation (AT)— RKO 

3-24-29 

Synthetic Sin— FN 1-13-29 



— T— 

Table Top Ranch— ST. 11-12-22 

Tables Turned— M 1915 

Tabu — PAR 3-22-31 

Tailor-Made Man— UA. 10-22-22 
Tailor Made Man, A (AT)— 

MGM. .4-26-31 
Tainted Money— PFT. .. .4-5-22 
Take It From Me— U. 10-10-26 
Take Me Home— PAR . 10-28-28 
Take the Heir— BIF. ... 1-26-30 

Taking a Chance— F 1-13-29 

Taking Chances— GOL.... 1922 
Taking the Count— SEZ .. 1920 
Talk of Hollywood (AT)— 

WW.. 3-2-30 
Talk of the Town— U. .9-22-18 

Talker— FN 5-17-25 

Tale of Two Cities— F. .3-15-17 
Tale of Two Worlds— G 

3-20-21 

Tales of a Thousand and One 

Nights— DA V. .1925 
Taming of the Shrew (AT) — 
UA.. 12-8-29 

Taming the West U... 3-1-25 

Tango Cavalier— ARW 1923 

Tangled Destinies (AT) — 

MAF. .10-19-32 
Tangled Fates— PWO ... 5-18-16 
Tangled Fortunes (AT) — 



BIF. . 1932 
Tangled Hearts— BL ... .4-13-16 

Tangled Herds— ARC 1926 

Tangled Lives— F 5-3-17 

Tangled Lives— VIT. .. .6-30-18 
Tangled Threads— EXI . . .6-8-19 

Tangled Trail— ST 1922 

Tanned Legs (AT & S)— 

RKO.. 12-8-29 
Tansy— BR 1923 



333 



Kenneth Macgow* 

Associate Producer 

JOHN BARRYMORE IN TOPAZE" 
RICHARD DIX IN "THE GREAT JASPER" 
"THE PENGUIN POOL MURDER" 



THE NEW 

AMUSEMENT 





334 



Tar Heel Warrior— TRI 

10-11-17 

Tarantula— VIT 8-17-16 

Taras Bulba— ARA 1928 

Target— U 

Tarnish — FN 9-21-24 

Tarnished Lady (AT)— PAR 

4-19-31 

Tarnished Reputations— PAT 

5-7-20 

Tartuffe, the Hypocrite — UFA 
7-31-27 

Tarzan and the Golden Lion 

— FBO. .3-20-27 
Tarran of the Apes — FN 

2- 14-18 

Tarzan. The Ape Man (AT) — 
MGM. .3-27-32 

Taste of Life— U 1919 

Tattlers— F 3-28-20 

Tavern Knight— ST 1-30-21 

Taxi— TRI 1919 

Taxi (AT)— WA 1-10-32 

Taxi Driver— M-G-M .... 3-13-27 

Taxi Mystery— STE 5-9-26 

Taxi, Taxi— U 2-6-27 

Taxi Thirteen (PT & S)— 

FBO. .1-13-29 
Tea for Three — M-G-M. .11-6-27 

Tea with a Kick— AE 9-2-23 

Tearin' Into Trouble — PAT 

3- 13-27 

Tearin' Loose— ARC 7-14-25 

Tearing Through — FB O .. 5-3-25 
Tears and Smiles— PAT 

9-27-17 

Teaser— U 5-24-25 

Teeth— F 1924 

Teeth of the Tiger— PAR 

10- 26-19 

Teilnehmer Antwortet Nicht 

(AT-German)— CAP. .12-1-32 
Telephone Girl— PAR . . . 5-29-27 
Tell It to Sweeney— PAR 

11-6-27 

Tell it to the Marines — F 

11-9-18 

Tell it to the Marines— MGM 

1-23-27 

Telling the World— MGM 

7-22-28 

Tell-Tale Step— EDK ... 5-31-1 7 
Temperamental Wife — FN 

9-28-19 

Tempered Steel— PET ... 6-5-18 
Tempest— UA 5-27-28 

Tempest (AT-German) — 

UFA. .3-20-32 
Tempest and Sunshine — HAT 

1919 

Temple of Dusk— EXI 1918 

Temple of Venus— F 11-4-23 

Temple Tower (AT) — F. 5-11-30 
Temporary Marriage — PRI 

4- 29-23 

Temporary Sheriff— RA 1926 

Temporary Sheriff — RA 1928 

Temptation — CBC 5-27-23 

Temptation— PAR 12-30-15 

Temptation (AT)— COL. 6-29-30 
Temptation and the Man — 

RED. .7-6-16 
Temptations of a Shop Girl — 

FD.. 12-11-27 

Temptress — MGM 10-17-26 

Ten After Ten— ARC 1924 

Ten Cents A Dance (AT) — 

COL. .3-8 31 
Ten Commandments — PAR 

11- 23-23 
Ten Days That Shook the 

World— AM. .11-18-28 
Ten Dollar Raise— APR .5-15-21 
Ten Modern Commandments — 
PAR .7-17-27 
Ten Nights in a Bar Room — 

ARW. . 1-8-22 
Ten Nights In A Barroom 

(AT)— ROA.. 3-1-31 



Ten of Diamonds — TRI 1917 

10-Ciu Z Pawiaka (S-SE) — 

PFC. 4-24-32 

Tender Hour— FN 5-22-27 

Tenderfoot— VIT 12-6-17 

Tenderloin (PT & S)— WA 

3- 18-28 

Tenderfoot, The (AT)— FN 

5- 22-32 

Tentacles of the North — RA 

2-6-27 

Tenth Avenue— PAT 9-2-28 

Tenth Case— WO 1917 

Tenth Woman— WA. ... 10-5-24 

Tents of Allah— AE 4-1-23 

Tennessee's Pardner — PAR 

2- 10-16 

Terra Madre ( AT-Italian)— 

TRL— 11-1-31 

Terror— F 5-23-20 

Terror— RED 2-15-17 

Terror— U 1926 

Terror (AT)— WA 8-19-28 

Terror by Night (AT)— 

FMA..1931 

Terror Island— PAR 5-2-20 

Terror Mountain — FBO 

10-21-28 

Terror of Bar X— FBO.. 1927 
Tess of the D'Ubervilles — 

MG.. 7-27-24 
Tess of the D'Ubervilles — 

PAR.. 1924 
Tess of the Storm Country 

(AT) — F. .11-19-32 
Tess of the Storm Country — 

UA.. 11-19-22 

Tessie— ARW 9-27-25 

Test— PAT 1922 

Test of Donald Norton — CHA 

6- 27-26 

Test of Honor— PAR. . .4-13-19 

Testimony — ST 3-6-21 

Testing Block— PAR . . . 12-12-20 
Testing of Mildred Vane— 

M..1918 
Tex Takes a Holiday (AT)— 

FD. .12-7-32 

Texan— F 1921 

Texan, The (AT)— PAR. 4-27-30 
Texas Bad Man. The (AT)— 
U. .1932 
Texas Buddies (AT)— WW 

10-19-32 

Texas Bearcat— FBO. . .5-10-25 

Texas Cyclone (AT)— COL 

7-8-32 

Texas Flash— AI 1928 

Texas Gun-Fighter (AT)— 

TIF. .2-14-32 
Texas Pioneer (AT)— MOP 

6-18-32 

Texas Ranger (AT)— COL 

5-10-31 

Texas Steer— FBO 10-20-27 

Texas Tommy— SYN ... 8-1 1-29 

Texas Tornado— FB O 1928 

Texas Trail— PDC 8-2-25 

Thank Vou— F 10-25-25 

Thanks for the Buggy Ride — 

U.. 1-29-28 

Thais— G 1-3-18 

That Certain Thing — COL. 1928 
That Devil "Bateese"— U 

9-1-18 

That Devil Quemado— FBO 

4- 26-25 

That French Lady— F 8-3-24 

That Girl Montana— PAT .. 1921 
That Man Jack— FBO .. 7-19-25 
That Model From Paris — TIF 

10-17-26 
That Murder in Berlin — BIG 

3- 24-29 

That Old Gang of Mine— 

KER.. 1-10-26 
Th.nt Royale Girl— PAR. 1-17-26 

That Something— HEM 1921 

That Sort— ES 6-15-16 

335 



13,262 TITLES 



That Wild West— GOL. 11-23-24 

That Woman— SEZ 1923 

That's Good— M 1919 

That's My Baby— PAR. 4-18-26 
That's My Boy (AT)— 

COL. .11-19-32 
That's My Daddy— U. . .2-19-28 
Theaternaechte Von Berlin 

(AT-German)— TOB . . 1-10-32 
Theft of the Mona Lisa (AT) 

— RK0..1932 

Their Compact — M 9-27-17 

Their Hour— TIF 4-15-28 

Their Mad Moment (AT)— 

F.. 9-27-31 

Their Mutual Child— PAT. . 1921 
Their Own Desire (AT)— 

MGM.. 1-26-30 

Thelma— FBO 11-26-22 

Then Came the Woman — ACI 

11- 14-26 

Then I'll Come Back to You — 
FWO.. 4-6-16 

Theodora— G 10-23-21 

There are No Villains — M 

8-21-21 

There He Goes— PIZ 1928 

There You Are— MGM .... 1926 
There's Million In It— FBO 

6-15-24 

They Call it Sin (AT) — FN 

10-22-32 
They Had to See Paris (AT) 

F.. 10-13-29 
They Just Had to Get Mar- 
ried (AT)— U.. 1932 
They Learned About Women 

(AT)— MGM.. 7-6-30 
They Like 'Em Rough— M 

5-28-22 

They Never Come Back 

(AT) — ARC. .5-1-32 

They Shall Pay — AE 8-21-21 

They're Off— AY 5-21-22 

Thief— F 12-5-20 

Thief in Paradise — FN ..1-11-25 
Thief in the Dark— F. . 5-20-28 
Thief of Bagdad— UA.. 3-23-24 

Thieves— F 11-2-19 

Thieves' Gold— BUT 3-28-18 

Thin Ice— VIT 5-18-19 

Things Men Do— SCL 1921 

Things We Love— PAR. .4-4-18 

Thinker— GAU 1921 

Third Alarm— FHO 1-14-23 

Third Alarm, The (AT)^ 

TIF. .11-16-30 

Third Degree— W A 1-6-27 

Third Degree— VIT 5-11-19 

Third Generation — RC. . . 1-25-20 

Third Kiss— PAR 8-24-19 

Third Woman— RC 3-21-20 

Thirteen Men and A Girl 

(AT)— UFA. .8-16-31 
Thirteen Washington Square 

U.. 2-5-28 
Thirteen Women (AT)— 

RKO. .10-15-32 
Thirteenth Chair (AT & S) — 

MGM. .1929 
Thirteenth Chair— PAT. .8-24-19 
Thirteenth Commandment — 

PAR.. 3-15-20 
Thirteenth Guest (AT) — 

MOP.. 8-9-32 
Thirteenth Hour — MGM 

12- 11-27 

Thirteenth Juror— U 12-4-27 

Thirtieth Piece of Silver — 

PAT. .1920 
Thirty Thousand Dollars — 

HOD. .2-22-20 
Thirty a Week— G 11-17-18 



JANE MIJRFIN 

WRITER 



"WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD?' 

(RKO) 

"ROCKABYE" 

(RKO) 

"OUR BETTERS" 

(RKO) 
Co- Author 

"SMILIN' THROUGH" 

(M-G-M) 



DECLASSEE' 



MARK SANDRICH 

Director and Co-Author 
of 

"SO THIS IS HARRIS" 
"MAIDEN CRUISE" 



RADIO PICTURES 



336 



Thirty Days— PAR .... 12-17-22 
Thirty Years Between— AY 

1921 

30 Below Zero — F 1926 

39 East— REA 9-19-20 

This Is Heaven (PT & S)— 

UA.. 3-31-29 

This Is the Life — F 1917 

This is the Xight (AT)— 

PAR. .4-17-32 

This Freedom — F 12-9-23 

This Hero Stuff — PAT. .7-27-19 
This Mad World (AT)— MGM 

7- 13-30 

This Modern Age (AT) — 

MGM. .9-6-31 
This Reckless Age (AT) — 

PAR. .1-10-32 
This Sporting Age (AT) — 

COL. .10-1-32 
This Thing Called Love (AT) 

—PAT. .12-15-29 

This Woman — F 12-9-23 

This Woman— WA 11-2-24 

Thistle and the Rose — BRC 

1922 

Thorns and Orange Blossoms 

—LIC. 11-26-22 

Thorobred— CC 1922 

Thoroughbred— AMU . . . 1-20-16 
Thoroughbred— INC ...8-24-16 

Thoroughbred— TRU 9-6-25 

Thoroughbred, The (AT)— TIF 

8- 31-30 
Those Three French Girls 

(AT)— MGM.. 10-12-30 
Those We Love (AT)— WW 

9- 13-32 

Those Who Dance— FN . .6-15-24 
Those Who Dance (AT)— 

WA.. 7-13-30 
Those Who Judge — BAE. 1-11-25 
Those Who Pay— INC. .2-28-18 

Those Who Toil— LUB 

Those Without Sin— PAR 

3-8-17 

Thou Art the Man— PAR 

6-6-20 

Thou Art the Man — VIT 

12-23-15 

Thou Shalt Not— F 1919 

Thou Shalt Not Covet— SEL 

2-3-16 

Thou Shalt Not Love— GRA 

1922 

Thou Shalt Not Steal— F. .1917 
Thou Shalt Not Steal— UFA 

1-13-29 

Thoughtless Women— PI 

11-21-14 
Thoughtless Women — PI 

11- 21-21 
Thousand Dollar Husband — 

PAR. .6-1-16 
Thousand to One — APR 

12- 26 20 

Threads of Fate— M 2-1-17 

Three Ages— M 9-2-23 

Three Bad Men— F 10-17-26 

Three Black Eyes— TRI .9-14-19 
Three Buckaroos — AR . . . 7-23-22 
Three Comrades & 1 Inven- 
tion — AM. .11-4-28 
Three Days to Live — GER 

1924 

Three Faces East— PDC. 2-21-26 
Three Faces East (AT)— WA 
9-7-30 

Three Girls Lost (AT)— F 

5-3-31 

Three Godfathers— BL 6-8-16 

Three Gold Coins— F. .. .7-4-20 
Three Green Eyes— WO. 4-20-19 

Three Hours— FN 3-27-27 

Three in Exile — TRU 1925 

Three Jumps Ahead — F. .5-13-23 

Three Keys— BAE 1925 

Three Live Ghosts— PAR 

1-8-22 



Three Live Ghosts (AT)— 

UA. . 10-6-29 
Three Loves— MOV 9-15-29 

Three I-oves— ASS 5-24-31 

Three Men and a Girl— PAR 

4-6-19 

Three Miles Out— AE 1-6-24 

Three Miles Up — U 5-22-27 

Three Mounted Men— U 

11-24-18 

Three Musketeers— UA ... 9-4-2 1 
Three Must-Get-Theres— UA 

9- 10-22 

Three O'C'.ock in the Morning— 
BR.. 3-2-24 
Three of Many— INC. .. 12-7-16 
Three on a Match (AT)— 

FN.. 10-29-32 

Three Outcasts— SYN 1929 

Three Pals— DAV 11-15-25 

Three Passions — UA 5-12-29 

Three-Ring Marriage— FN 

8-26-28 

Three Sevens— VIT 1921 

Three Sinners— PAR 4 29-28 

Three Sisters (AT)— F. . 7-20-30 
Three Wax Men— VIK. .. 1929 
Three Week Ends— PAR ... 1928 

Three Weeks— MG 4-6-24 

Three Weeks in Paris— WA 

6-20-26 

Three Who Loved (AT)— RKO 
6-21-31 

Three Who Paid— F. .. 12-24-22 
Three Who Were Doomed— 

MAL. .1928 
Three Wise Crooks— FBO 

10-11-25 

Three Wise Fools— G 7-15-23 

Three Wise Girls (AT)— 

COL. .2-7-32 

Three Women— WA 10-19-24 

Three Word Brand— PAR 

16-2-21 

Three X Gordon— HOD .. 1918 
Three's a Crowd— FN .. .8-28-27 

Thrill Chaser— AI 1928 

Thrill Chaser— U 11-25-23 

Thrill Hunter— COL 1926 

Thrill of Youth (AT)— INV 

10- 29-32 

Thrill Seeker— SUP 1-22-28 

Through a Glass Window — 

PAR.. 1922 
Through Eyes of Men — RAD 

3-28-20 

Through the Back Door — UA 

5- 22-21 

Through the Breakers— GOT 

10-7-28 

Through the Dark— MG 

1-20-24 

Through the Flames — GOL 

6- 17-23 
Through the Storm — AE 

8- 27-22 

Through the Toils— WO. .6-8-19 
Through the Wall— VIT 

9- 28-16 

Through the Wrong Door — 

G. .7-27-19 
Through Thick and Thin — 

LUM..1920 
Through Three Reigns— HEP 

1922 

Throw of the Dice — HPI. 1-12-30 

Throwing Lead— PIZ 1928 

Thrown to the Lions — U 

4-6-16 

Thru Darkest Africa— EUS 

4-3-27 

Thru Different Eyes (AT & 

S)— F.. 4-14-29 
Thru the Breakers— GOT . 1928 

Thru the Skylight— PS 

Thumbs Down— STE 7-17-27 

Thunder— MGM 7-14-29 

Thunder Below (AT) — PAR 

6-18-32 

337 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Thunder Island— U 6-19-21 

Thunder Mountain— F. . 10-18-25 

Thunder Riders— U 8-19-28 

Thunderbolt— FN 11-23-19 

Thunderbolt (AT & S)— PAR 

6-30-29 

Thunderbolt's Tracks — RA .1927 
Thunderbolts of Fate— HOD 

4-6-19 

Thunderclap— F 8-14-21 

Thunder gate — FN 1-20-24 

Thundergod— AN 1-13-29 

Thundering Dawn— U ... 9-30-23 
Thundering Herd— PAR .. 3-1-25 
Thundering Hoofs— AY. 10-15-22 
Thundering Hoofs— FBO 

11- 16-24 

Thundering Speed — CHE . . 1926 
Thundering Thompson — AN 

10-27-29 
Thundering Through — ARC 

1926 

Thy Name is Woman — MG 

2-24-24 

Ticket Of Leave Man— PAT... 

Tidal Wave— ST 2-27-21 

Tide of Empire— MGM. 3-24-29 
Tides of Barnegat — PAR 

4-19-17 

Tides of Fate— WO 1917 

Tides of Passion— VIT. .4-26-25 

Tie That Binds — WA 1923 

Tiger-Lily— PAT 7-20-19 

Tiger Love— PAR 6-22-24 

Tiger Man— ART 4-25-18 

Tiger Murder Case (AT-Ger- 

man) — UFA. .9-28-30 

Tiger of the Sea— SHI 1919 

Tiger Rose— W A 12-9-23 

Tiger Rose (AT & S)— WA 

12- 29-29 
Tiger Shark (AT)— FN 

8-23-32 

Tiger True— U 1-23-21 

Tiger Thompson— PDC. .8-24-24 

Tiger Woman— F 3-1-17 

Tiger's Claw— PAR 3-25-23 

Tiger's Coat— HOD 11-7-20 

Tiger's Cub— F 10-3-20 

Till I Come Back to You— 

ART.. 9-1-18 
Till We Meet Again— AE 

10-29-22 

Tillers of the Soil— STF. .. 1923 

Tillie— PAR 2-12-22 

Tillie the Toiler— MOM. .6-19-27 
Tillie Wakes Up— PWO. 1-25-17 
Tillie's Punctured Romance — 

PAR.. 1928 

Timber Wolf— F 10-11-25 

Time Locks and Diamonds — 

TRI.. 7-12-17 
Time, the Comedian — MG 

12-20-25 

Time, the Place and the Girl 

(AT & S)— WA.. 7-14-29 
Time to Love— PAR... 6-26-27 
Times Have Changed— F . 9-23-23 
Times Square (PT & S) — 

GOT. .6-23-29 

Timid Terror— FBO 1927 

Timothy's Quest— AR .. .9-24-22 

Tin Gods— PAR 10-3-26 

Tin Hats— MGM 12-5-26 

Tin Pan Alley— F 12-28-19 

Tingel Tangel (AT-German)— 
XER. .3-20-32 

Tinsel— WO 7-14-18 

Tip Off— U 6-9-29 

Tip Off (AT)— PAT. . .11-1-31 

Tipped Off— PGO 1923 

Tip Toes— PAR 6-19-27 

Tired Business Man— TIF. 1927 



ROBERT E. WELSH 



Producing Independently 



For RKO 



/ / // 

RKO 



RADIO CITY 



WILLIS H. O'BRIEN 



Chief Technician 
"KING KONG" 

(RKO-Radio) 

THE LOST WORLD" 



AMUSEMENT 
CENTER OF 
THE WORLD 




338 



To a Finish— F 8-21-21 

To Have and To Hold— PAR 

11-12-22 
To Have and to Hold— PAR 

3- 9-16 

To Hell with the Kaiser — M 

7-7-18 

To Him that Hath— WO 

9-29-18 

To Honor and Obey— F. . 8-9-17 
To Please One Woman— PAR 
1-2-21 

To the Death — M 8-30-17 

To the Highest Bidder— VIT 

7-21-18 

To the Ladies — PAR 12-2-23 

To the Last Man — FPL. 9-2-23 

Toast of Death— MT 9-9-15 

Toby's Bow — G 12-28-19 

Today— TOD 8-9-17 

Today (AT) — M AJ .... 1 0-26-30 
Todd of the Times— PAT 

1-26-19 

Together— U 10-13-18 

Toilers, The (S-SE) — TIF 

10- 14-28 

Toilers of the Sea— SEZ ... 1923 

Tokio Siren — U 6-13-20 

Tol'able David— FN .... 1 1-20-21 
To'.'able David (AT)— COL 

11- 16-30 

Told at Twilight— PAT. 3-16-17 
Told in the Hills— PAR. 8-10-19 

Toll Gate— PAR 1920 

Toll of the Sea— M 12-3-22 

Tom Brown of Culver (AT) — 
U..1932 

Tom Mix in Arabia— F. . 11-5-22 

Tom Sawyer— PAR 12-13-17 

Tom Sawyer (AT)— PAR 

11- 23-30 

Tomboy— F 1921 

Tomboy— CHA 12-28-24 

Tombstone Canyon (AT) — WW 
1932 

Tommy Atkins— WW. . .4-21-29 
Tomorrow and Tomorrow 

(AT) — PAR. . 1-31-32 

Tom's Little Star— U 

Tomorrow's Love — PAR. 1-11-25 

Tong Man— RC 12-14-19 

Tongues of Flame — U 1924 

Tongues of Flame — PAR 

12- 21-24 

Tongues of Men— PAR . 1-27-16 
Tongues of Scandal— STE 

1- 16-27 

Tonight At Twelve (AT & S) 

U. .9-29 -29 
Tonight or Never (AT)— 

UA. . 12-20-Ji 1 
Tonio, Son of the Sierras — 

DAV.. 12-20-2 = 

Tony America — TRI 10-6-18 

Tony Runs Wild— F 5-9-26 

Too Busy to Work (AT)— F 

12-3-32 

Too Fat to Fight— G. . .12-8-18 

Too Many Cooks (AT)— RKO 

7-19 31 

Too Many Crooks— PAR . 7-3-27 
Too Many Crooks— VIT. 6-8- 19 
Too Many Kisses — PAR . 3-15-2=; 
Too Many Millions— PAR 

12-22-18 
Too Much Business— VIT 

4- 9-22 

Too Much Johnson— PAR 

2- 22 20 

Too Much Married— APH 

2-12-22 

Too Much Money — FN.. 1-24-26 
Too Much Speed— PAR. .6 19-21 
Too Much Wife— PAR. .. .1922 
Too Much Youth — GER . . 3-8-25 
Too Wise Wives— PAR. 5-22-21 
Too Young to Marry (AT)— 

WA. .5-10-31 
Top of New York— PAR. 6-25-22 



Top O'the Morning — U.. 9-3-22 
Top of the World— PAR. 3-1-25 
Top Sergeant Mulligan — AN 

1928 

Top Speed (AT)— FN. .8-31-30 
Topsy and Eva — UA... 8-2 1-27 

Torment— FN 4-27-24 

Tormento (AT-ltalian)— 

VAL. .7-20-32 

Tornado— U 11-9-24 

Torrent— U 1-21-21 

Torrent— GOL 11-9-24 

Torrent — MGM 1926 

Tortured Heart — F 8-10-16 

Tortured Silence— PAT. 10-11-17 

Toton— TRI 1919 

T'Other Dear Charmer— WO 

9-15-18 

Touchdown (AT)— PAR 

11- 15-31 

Tough Guy— FBO 5-2-26 

Toute Sa Vie (AT-French)— 

PAR. .6-21-31 
Tower of Jewels— VIT. . 1-1 1-20 
Tower of Lies — MG ... 10-1 1-25 

Town Scandal— U 4-8-23 

Town That Forgot God— F 

12- 10-20 

Toys of Fate— M 5-9-18 

Tracked— FBO 11-18-28 

Tracked by the Police— WA 

5-22-27 

Tracked in the Snow Country— 

W A. .7-26-25 
Tracked to Earth— U ... 2-19-22 

Tracks— AE 6-11-22 

Tracy the Outlaw— ARP .. 1928 
Trader Horn (AT) — MGM 

1-25-31 

Tradition— SON 7-10-21 

Traffic Cop— FBO 2-28-26 

Traffic Cop— MT 4-6-16 

Traffic in Hearts— CBC. . 6-29-24 

Traffic in Souls — U 

Tragedy of Youth— TIF 

3-25-28 

Trail Dust— RA 1924 

Trail of Courage— FBO.... 1928 
Trail of the Axe— AR .. 10-1-22 
Trail of the Cigarette— ARW 

1920 

Trail of Hate — DIL 5-21-22 

Trail of the Horse Thieves— 

RKO — 2-3-29 
Trail of the Law— APF 

2-3-24 

Trail of the Law— PS 1922 

Trail of the Lonesome Pine — 

PAR. .2-24-16 
Trail of the Lonesome Pine — 

PAR. .3-25-23 
Trail of the Shadow— M . 7-12-1 7 

Trail of '98 — MGM 3-25-28 

Trail Rider— F 3-1-25 

Trail Riders— RA 8-25-29 

Trail to Yesterday— M .. 5-12-18 
Trailing the Killer (AT)— WW 

Trail's End— SMI 1922 

Trails of Danger (AT)— BIF 

1930 

Trails of the Golden West 

(AT) — COS. .2-15-31 

Trailin'— F 12-4-21 

Trailing African Wild Ani- 
mals— M. .5-6-23 

Trailin' Back— RA 9-9-28 

Trailing Trouble (AT)— U 

3-30-30 

Traitor— PAR 1924 

Tramp, Tramp, Tramp — FN 

6-6-26 

Transatlantic (AT) — F . .7-26-31 

Transgression — VIT 

Transgression (AT)— RKO 

6-7-31 

Transcontinental Limited — 

CHA.. 3-7-26 
Transport of Fire— AM .. 3-22-31 

339 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Trap— U 5-7-22 

Trap— PWO 5 218 

Trap— U 8-24-1* 

Trapeze (AT-German)— PRX 

5-8-32 

Traveling Husbands CAT) — 

RKO .. 6-21-31 
Traveling Salesman — PAR 

5- 1-21 

Traveling Salesman — PAR 

12-21-16 

Travelin' On— PAR 3-19-22 

Treason— BL 5-10-17 

Treason— MT 10-26-18 

Treastn Trial In Moscow 

(AT-Russian) — AM . . 3-8-31 

Treasure— FGU 12-1-29 

Treasure of the Sea — M.. 5-2-18 

Treasure Island— F 1-24-18 

Treasure Island— PAR. .4-18-20 
Treat 'Em Rough— F. .. 12-15-18 
Tree of Knowledge — PAR 

1- 18-20 

Trembling Hour— U .... 10-19-19 

Trent's Last Case— F 6-2-29 

Trespasser (AT)— UA. . 11-17-29 
Trial of Donald Westof— 

UFA. .2-26-28 

Trial Marriage— STB 1928 

Trial Marriage— COL. . .4-28-29 
Trial of Mary Dugan (AT & 

S)— MGM.. 3-31-29 
Trials of Treachery— CAP .. 1928 
Trial of Vivienne Ware 

(AT)— F. .5-1-32 

Tricked— PS 1921 

Trick of Fate— EXI.... 2-23-19 

Trick of Hearts— U 1928 

Tricks— DAV 8-16-25 

Triflers— U 1-11-20 

Triflers— SCH 12-21-24 

Trifling With Honor— U . 5-13-23 

Trifling Women— M 10-8-22 

Trigger Fingers— FBO . 1 1-30-24 
Trigger Tricks (AT)— U. 6-8-30 

Trilby— EQW 9-9-13 

Trilby— FN 7-29-23 

Trimmed— U 7-2-22 

Trimmed in Scarlet— U .. .4-1-23 

Triple Action— U 11-8-25 

Triple Clue— ARW 

Trip to Chinatown— F. . .6-20-26 

Trip to Mars— TOW 5-30-20 

Trip to Paradise — M . . . .8-21-21 

Triumph— PAR 4-27-24 

Triumph— U 1924 

Triumph of the Rat— LEE. 1927 
Triumph of the Scarlet Pim- 
pernel — See Scarlet Daredevil 
Triumph of the Weak— VIT 

5-12-18 
Triumph of Venus — VIC 

3-14-18 

Trixie from Broadway — PAT 

6- 8 19 

Troika— FIM 4-26 3! 

Troop Train— FCH 1919 

Tropen Naclvte (AT-German)— 
PAR. .5-31-31 

Trooper O'Neil — F 7-16-22 

Troopers Three (AT)— TIF 

2- 23-30 

Tropical Love— AE 1922 

Tropical Madness— FBO . 1-13-29 

Tropical Nights— TIF 1928 

Trotte Teodor (AT-Swedish) — 
FD. .1-17-32 

Trouble— FN 5-28-22 

Trouble Buster— PAR .. 10-18- 1 7 
Trouble in Paradise (AT) — 

PAR.. 11-10-32 

Trouble Maker— F 1918 

Trouble Shooter— F 1924 



GEORGE CLEVELAND 

Dialogue Director 



MEN ARE SUCH FOOLS' 

(Starring Leo Carrillo) 
JEFFERSON PRODS— RKO 



"SAILOR BE GOOD" 

JEFFERSON PRODS— RKO 



RALPH INCE 



Director 



"LUCKY DEVILS" 



RKO-Radio 



1 



WSEMEN1 
INTER Ol 
IE WORLt 



340 



Trouble W.th Wives — PAR 

8-16-25 

Troubles of a Bride— F. 12-14-24 

Trouper— U 7-23-22 

Troup.ng with Ellen— PDC. 1924 
Truant Husband— HOD 

10-10-20 

Truant Soul— ES 1-25-17 

Truckee — PAR 

True as Steel— MG 6-22-24 

True Blue— F 6-2-18 

True Heart Susie— ART. .6-8-19 

True Heaven— F 2.-17-29 

True Nobililv— AMU 3-6-16 

True North— YOU 10-18-25 

True to the Navy (AT)— 

PAR. .5-25-30 

Trufflers— ES 5-31-17 

Trumpet Island— VIT. . 10-17-20 
Trumpin' Trouble— ARC. . . 1926 
Trunk Mystery— PAT . . . 6-12-27 
Trust Your Wife— FN .... 1921 

Truth— G 8-29-20 

Truth About Wives— BB 

4-22-23 

Truth About Youth (AT)— 

FN . .12-14-30 
Truthful Liar— PAR .... 4-23-22 

Truthful Sex— COL 1-2-27 

Truxten King— F 2-4-23 

Tu Seras Duchesse (AT- 

French)— PAR.. 5-1 5-32 
Tucker's Top Hand— ST. .. 1924 
Tulane vs. Southern Cali- 
fornia (AT)— WA. .1-24-32 



Tumbleweeds— UA ....12-27-25 

Tumbling River— F 8-21-27 

Turkish Delight— PDC 1928 

Turksib— AM 6-1-30 

Turmoil— U 6-1-24 

Turn Back the Hours— GOT 

3-18-28 



Turn of a Card— HOD 

I- 31-18 

Turn of the Road— VIT. 11-18-15 
Turn to the Right— M .. 1-29-27 
Turning the Tables— PAR 

II- 9-19 

Twas Ever Thus — PAR 

9-30-15 
Twelve Miles Out— MGM 

7-31-27 

Twelve Ten— SEI 12-28-19 

Twenty-One— PAT 4-8-18 

Twenty-One— FN 11-25-23 

24 Hours (AT)— PAR. 10-4-31 
Twenty Thousand Leagues 

Under the Sea — U.. 1-1 1-16 
I wenty-Three and a Half 

Hour's Leave— PAR. .11-2-19 
Twice Born Woman — SON 

7-3-21 

Twilight— SHE 3-2-19 

Twin Beds— FN 11-7-20 

Twin Beds (AT & S)— FN 

7-21-29 

Twin Kiddies— PAT 1-11-17 

Twin Pawns— PAT 1919 

Twin Six O'Brien— AY.... 1926 

Twin Triangle— EQ 5-18-16 

Twin Triggers— ARC 1926 

Twins of Suffering Creek— F 

6-20-20 

Twinkle Toes— FN 1-2-27 

Twisted Triggers— AE. .9-26-26 

Two Against the World 

(AT)— WA. .8-20-32 
Two Arabian Knights — UA 



10-30-27 

Two Bit Seats— ES 11-15-17 

Two Brides— PAR 1919 

Two Brothers— UFA 8-26-28 

Two Can Play— AE. .. .3-21-26 
Two Days— AM 1929 



Two Edged Sword— VIT 

3-30-16 

Two Fisted Jefferson — ARW 

1922 

Two Fisted Jones— U. . .11-22-25 



Two Fisted Justice (AT)— 

MOP. .1931 
Two Fisted Law (AT)— 

COL. .8-30-32 
Two Fisted Sheriff— ARW . 1925 
Two Fisted Tenderfoot — IND 

1924 

Two Flaming Youths— PAR 

Two Girls Wanted— F. .9-18-27 

Two Gun Caballero (AT) 

IML 12-13-31 

Two^Gun Betty— HOD 1918 

Two Gun Man— FBO. .8-15-26 
Two Gun Man (AT)— TIF 

6-7-31 

Two Gun O'Brien— EXH. .1928 
Two Gun of the Tumble- 
weeds— PAT. .7-10-27 
Two Hearts in Waltz Time 

(AT-German)— MOV. 9-14-30 
Two Kinds of Love— U. 12-26-20 
Two Kinds of Women (AT)— 

PAR. .1-17-32 
Two Kinds of Women— FBO 

2-5-22 

Two Lovers — UA 4-1-28 

Two Men and a Maid (PT) — 

TIF. .8-4-29 
Two Men and a Woman — IV 

2-22-17 

Two Men of Sandy Bar — U 

1917 

Two Minutes to Go— FN 



10-30-21 

Two Moons— F 1-2-21 

Two Orphans — F 9-16-15 

Two Outlaws— U 10-28-28 



Two Seconds (AT)— FN 

5-22-32 

Two Shall Be Born— VIT 

2-8-25 

Two Sisters— RA 7-7-29 

Two Weeks— FN 2-1-20 

Two Weeks Off (PT & S)— 

FN. .4-28-29 
Two Weeks With Pay— REA 

1921 

Two Women— VIT 1919 

Two Worlds (AT)— BI 

11- 23-30 

Two-Fisted Justice (AT)— 

MOP.. 2-14-32 

Tyrant Fear— PAR 4-25-18 

Tyrant of Red Gulch— FBO 

12- 16-28 

Typhoon— PAR 1914 

— u— 

U. of S. California vs. Notre 
Dame (AT)— WW .. 1-24-32 

U 35 (AT)— TPE 1931 

Ubangi— PIZ 5-31-31 

Un Soir De Rafle (AT- 

French)— PRX. .1932 
Unashamed (AT) — MGM 

Unattainable — B L 8-24-16 

U-Boat 9 (S-SE)-BER. 1-27-29 

Unbeliever— ED K 2-28-18 

Unbroken Promise— TRI . 7-13-19 
Uncharted Channels — RC. 6-13-20 

Uncharted Seas— M 4-17-21 

Unchastened Woman- -CH A 

12-26-25 
Unchastened Woman— RIA 

5-2-18 

Unclaimed Goods — PAR 

5-2-18 

Uncle Sam of Freedom Ridge — 
LEM. .10-3-20 
Uncle Tom's Cabin— PAR 

7-7-18 

Uncle Tom's Cabin — U. 11-13-27 

Unconquered — PAR 5-24-17 

Unconquered — AY 11-5-22 

Unconquered Woman — LBR 

1922 

341 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Under A Texas Moon (AT)— 
WA. .4-6-30 

Under Cover— PAR 7-27-16 

Under Crimson Skies— U . 6-6-20 



w/i. . l-J-J^ 
Under False Colors— PAT. 1917 

Under Fire— ELF 1924 

Under Four Flags— WO ... 1919 

Under Handicap — M 9-20-17 

Under Montana Skies (AT)— 

TIF. .11-2-30 
Under Northern Lights — U 



7-25-20 

Under Oath— SEZ 1922 

Under Southern Skies— U 

9-16-15 

Under Suspicion— U. . .11-23-19 
Under Suspicion— M 1918 

Under Susp.cion (AT)— F 

12-28-30 
Under Texas Skies (AT)— 



SYN . .2-1-31 
Under the Black Eagle— 

MGM. .7-29-28 
Under the Greenwood — ART 

12-15-18 

Under the Greenwood Tree — 

BI.. 12-14-30 
Under the Lash— PAR. 10-23-21 
Under the Red Robe— G 

11-18-23 

Under the Rouge— AE. .7-19-25 
Under The Roofr of Paris (AT- 

French).. 12-28-30 
Under the Tonto Rim— PAR 

1928 

Under the Top— ART. .. 1-12-19 

Under the Yoke— F 6-23-18 

Under Two Flags — F 8-3-16 

Under Two Flags— U. .. 10-1-22 
Under Western Skies— AYC 

1921 

Under Western Skies— U . 3-7-26 
Under-Cover Man (AT)— 

PAR. .12-3-32 

Undercurrent— SE 12-7-19 

Underground— GLO 3-10-29 

Understanding Heart— MGM 

5-15-27 

Understudy— RAL 1922 

Understudy— FBO 7-2-22 

Undertow— AMU 11-2-16 

Undertow (AT)— U ....8-30-31 

Undertow (AT)— U 3-2-30 

Underworld— PAR 8-28-27 

Undine— BL 2-17-16 

Undressed — STE 8-19-28 

Undying Flame— PAR. . 5-31-17 

Uneasy Money — ES 2-7-18 

Uneasy Money— F 12-16-28 

Uneasy Payments — FBO. 2-6-27 
Unexpected Father. The 



(AT)— U. .4-10-32 
Unexpected Places— M .. 10-15-18 

Unfair Sex— AE 8-15-26 

Unfaithful— TRI 1918 

Unfaithful CAT) — PAR ... 3-1-31 

Unfaithful Wife— F 12-16-15 

Unfoldment— AE 1922 

Unforeseen— EMU 11-1-17 

Unfortunate Sex— GER. 10-31-20 



Unguarded Girls— PWF. .9-8-29 
Unguarded Hour— FN . 1 1-29-25 
Unguarded Women— PAR 

6-29-24 

Unholv Garden (AT)— UA 

9-20-31 

Unholy Love (AT)— HOL 

8-26-32 

Unholy Night (AT & S)— 

MGM.. 10-20-29 
Unholy Three- MG 8-9-25 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Unholy Three (AT)— MGM 
„ . . 7-6-30 
Uninvited Guest — MG... 2-24-24 

Union Depot (AT)— FN 

1-17-32 

United States Smith— GOT 

6-10-28 

Unknown — GOL 1921 

Unknown — MGM 6-26-27 

Unknown— PAR 12-16-15 

Unknown 274 — F 12-27-17 

Unknown Cavalier— FN. 11-14-26 
Unknown Heroes (AT-Pol- 

ish)— CAP. .1932 

Unknown Lover — VIT 1925 

Unknown Purple — TRU 

12-2-23 

Unknown Quantity — VIT. 4-6-19 

Unknown Rider — AI 1929 

Unknown Treasures — STE 

9-26-26 

Unknown Wife— U 3-20-21 

Unmarried Wives— GOT. 12-7-24 
Unmasked (AT)— ARC. 8-25-29 
Unnamed Woman — ARW 

10-25-2S 

Unpardonable Sin— WO. 3-16-16 
Unpardonable Sin — GAR 

3-23-19 

Unprotected— PAR 1916 

Unseeing Eyes — G 10-28-23 

Unseen Forces — FN 1920 

Unseen Witness— ARW 

Unseen Hands— AE 9-7-24 

Un Soir de Rafle (AT-French) 
— PRX.. 10-18-3i 

Untamed— TRI 9-1-18 

Untamed (AT & S)— MGM 

1929 

Untamed— F 8-29-20 

Untamed Justice — BIL. . 1-27-20 
Untamed Lady — PAR. . .3-21-26 

Untamed Youth — FB O 1924 

Untamable — U 8-26-23 

Until They Get Me — TRI 

Unto the End— TRI. . }J. ?19ll 
Unto Those Who Sin— SEL 

U. 35-CBR 3 fgll 

Unveiling Hand— WO 3-2-19 

Unwelcome Children— MGR 
tt , 10-21-28 
Unwelcome Mother — F. . .9-7-16 
Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch— PAR 

Unwilling Hero — G 7-17^21 

Unwritten Code— WO 5-4-19 

Unwritten Law— CAL ... 1 -20- 1 6 
Unwritten Law — COL. . 10-25-25 
Unwritten Law, The (AT)— 
TT J . ,r. MAJ.. 11-26-32 

Up and At 'Em 1922 

Up and Going — F 3-26-22 

Up For Murder (AT)— U 

5- 31-31 

Up in Mabel's Room — PDC 

6- 13-26 

Up in Mary's Attic— FA 

. 8-1-20 
Up in the Air About Mary — 

AE..1922 



Up or Down— TRI 11-1-17 

Up Pops the Devil (AT)— PAR 

TT T, 5-17-31 

Up Romance Road — MT. 6-30-18 

Up the Congo — WW. . . .1-26-30 

Up the Ladder— U 1-25-25 

Up the River (AT) — F 

Up the Road with Sallie^-' 2 3 ° 
„ SEZ.. 4-25-18 

U. P. Trail— HOD 11-7-20 

Upheaval — M 9-14-16 

Upland Rider— FN 7-8-28 

Uplifters — M 6-29-19 

Upper Crust— AMU 7-5-17 

Upper Underworld (AT) — FN 
tt -j ~ 1931 

Upside Down— TRI 6-15-19 

Upstage— MGM 11-21-26 

Upstairs — G 8-31-19 

Upstairs and Down — SEZ 

Upstart— M 2-10-16 

Upstream — F 2-6-27 

Uptown New York (AT) — 

WW. . 12-10-32 

Usurper — VIT 4-20-19 

Utah Kid (AT)— TIF. 11-23-30 

—V— 

Vagabond Cub— RKO 3-3-29 

Vagabond King (AT) — PAR 
v , - T 2-23-30 
Vagabond Lover (AT & S) — 
, RKO.. 12-1-29 

Vagabond Luck — F 11-30-19 

Vagabond of France — PAT 

v t. * t, • 1-12-19 

Vagabond Prince — INC. 9-28-16 

Vagabond Trail— F 3-9-24 

Valencia — MGM 1-2-27 

Valentine Girl— PAR 5-10-17 

Valiant, The (AT & S)— F 

Valiants of Virginia— SEL 19 29 

Valley of Bravery — FBO.. 1926 

Valley of Doubt— SEZ 1920 

Valley of Hate— RUL. . .6-29-24 

Valley of Hell— MGM .. 10-21-28 

Valley of Hell— MGM .. .8-7-27 

Valley of Hunted Men— PAT 

Valley of Lost Souls— INI)' 9 28 

Valley of Silent Men— PAR 4 2% 
9-3-22 

Valley of the Giants— FN 

12-17-27 
Valley of the Giants— PAR 

9- 14-19 

Valley of the Missing— F. . 1922 
Valley of the Moon — PAR. 1914 
Valley of the Wolf— APD . 1923 
Valley of Tomorrow — PAT 

1-18-20 

Vamp— PAR 7-21-18 

Vamping Venus — FN. .. 11-11-28 

Vampire — M 1920 

Vampire— UNI 1928 

Vampire a la Mode — F 1928 

Vampires of Warsaw — LEO 

1928 

Vanina — FFS 1928 

Vanishing American — PAR 

10- 5-25 

342 



Vanishing Frontier (AT) — 

PAR. .9-17-32 

Vanishing Hoofs — ARC 1926 

Vanishing Maid— ARW 1921 

Vanishing Men (AT)— MOP 

1932 

Vanishing Pioneer — PAR 

8-12-28 

Vanity— PDC 6-26-27 

Vanity — M 1-11-17 

Vanity Fair— G 5-13-23 

Vanity Fair — EDK 10-14-15 

Vanity Fair (AT)— HOL 

5-8-32 

Vanity Pool — U 1918 

Vanity Street (AT)— COL 

„ . 10-18-32 

Vanity's Price — FBO ... 10-12-24 

Variety— PAR 6-27-26 

Varmint— PAR 9-13-17 

Varmlanders, The (AT- 

Swedish)— STP.. 11-23-32 
Varsity (PT & S)— PAR 

Veil of Happiness — ELK 

12-23-23 

Veiled Adventure — SEL. 5-11-19 
Veiled Marriage— HAL. 3-14-20 

Veiled Woman — F 1929 

Veiled Woman — HOD. . .6-11-22 

Velvet Hand— U 10-6-18 

Velvet Paw— PBW 8-31-16 

Vendetta— HOW 12-25-21 

Vengeance— WO 5-26-18 

Vengeance (AT) — COL.. 3-9-30 
Vengeance is Mine — HMU 

1-27-16 

Vengeance is Mine — PAT 

12-6-17 

Vengeance of Durand — VIT 

12-14-19 
Vengeance of the Deep — SEZ 

4-22-23 

Vengeance Trail — AY... 9-11-21 

Verdict, The— GOL 7-12-25 

Verdun, Vision of History — 

HIM.. 1928 

Venus— UA 10-20-29 

Venus in the East— PAR 1-26-19 

Venus Model — G 6-23-18 

Venus of the South Seas — SR 

1924 

Venus of Venice — FN 5-8-27 

Vera the Medium— GOR. 1-4-17 
Vermillion Pencil — FBO. 3-19-22 
Versuchen Sie Meine Schwester 
(AT-German)— TOB . . 6-21-31 
Very Confidential— F. . . 12-1 7-27 
Very Good Young Man — PAR 

1919 

Very Idea (AT & S)— RKO 

10-6-29 

Very Idea — M 2-22-20 

Very Truly Yours— F. .. 5-28-22 

Via Wireless— PAT 9-23-15 

Vicar of Wakefield— PAT 

3-8-17 

Vice of Fools— VIT. . .11-14-20 

Vice Squad (AT)— PAR 

6-7-31 

Vickey Van— PAR 3-23-19 

Victim— F 1-18-17 

Victim— CBC 1921 

Victor— U 7-22-23 

Victoria Cross— PAR. .. 12-14-16 
Victory— PAR 12-7-19 



Victory of Conscience — PAR 

8- 31-16 

Victory of Virtue— EX D 

12-2-15 

Viennese Nights (AT) — VVA 

11-30-30 

Vigilantes — ARW 

Viking — MGM 12-2-28 

Viking (AT)— WIO ....6-2131 
Village Blacksmith— F. 11-12-22 

Village of Sin— AM 5-26-29 

Village Scandal— TRI... 11-8-15 
Village Sleuth— PAR . . . .9-19-20 
Viodette Imperial— FFS. . . 1928 

Virgin— GOL 10-26-24 

Virgin Lips— COL 9-16-28 

Virgin of Stamboul—U. .2-29-20 

Virgin Paradise— F 8-7-21 

Virginia Courtship — PAR 

1- 29-22 

Virginian— PAR 1923 

Virginian— PRE 11-18-23 

Virginian (AT & S)— PAR 

1929 

Virgins of Bali (AT)— PRI 

9- 23-32 

Virgin's Sacrifice— VIT .... 1922 
Virtue (AT)— COL.... 10-26-32 

Virtue's Revolt— ST 

Virtuous Husband (AT)— U 

5-10-31 

Virtuous Liars— VIT.... 4-13-24 

Virtuous Men— SL..' 4-13-19 

Virtuous Model— PAT.. 9-28-19 
Virtuous Sin (AT)— PAR 

10-26-30 

Virtuous Sinners — PI .... 5-18-19 
Virtuous Thief— PAR.... 9-21-19 
Virtuous Vamp— FN... 11-30-19 

Virtuous Wives— FN 1-3-19 

Vital Question— VIT 4-6-16 

Vi Tva (AT-Swedish) — PAR 

2-8-31 

Vive La France— PAR. .9-29-18 

Viviette— PAR 6-2-18 

Vixen— F 12-7-16 

Voice from the Minaret — FN 

2- 11-23 

Voice of the City (AT & S)— 

MGM.. 5-12-29 
Voice in the Dark— G. . .6-12-21 
Voice in the Fog — PAR. . . 1915" 
Voice of Conscience — M...1917 
Voice of Destiny— PAT. 6-16-18 
Voice of the Desert (AT- 

Polish) — CAP. . 1932 
Voice of the Storm— RKO. 1929 
Voice Within (PT)— TIF. 1929 



Voices— KRA 10-3-20 

Voices of the City — G. . 8-20-22 

Volcano— PAR 6-6-26 

Volcano— PAT 8-17-19 

Volga Boatman— PDC . . 5-23-26 

Volunteer— WO 1917 

Vortex — GLO 1928 

Vortex— TRI 1918 

Vultures of Society— VLS 

2-10-16 

— w— 

Wager— M 11-23-16 

Wages for Wives— F. .. 11-22-25 



Wages of Conscience — HM 

1927 



Wages of Virtue— PAR. 11-30-24 
Wagon Master (PT & S)— 

U.. 10-6-29 

Wagon Show — FN 5-6-28 

Wagon Tracks— PAR.... 8-17-19 

Waifs— TRI 4-6-16 

Waifs— PAT 7-28-18 

Waiter from the Ritz— PAR 

1926 

Waiting Soul— M 3-28-17 

Waking Up the Town — UA 

4-12-25 

Wakefield Case — WO. . .4-10-21 

Walk Offs— M 1920 

Walking Back— PAT.... 6-17-28 
Walking Down Broadway 

(AT)— F.. 1932 

Wall Between— M 4-6-16 

Wall Flower— G 7-2-22 

Wallflowers— FBO 3-25-28 

Wallop, The— U 5-8-21 

Walloping Kid— AY 1926 

Walloping Wallace— ARC. .1924 

Walls of Jericho — F 

Wall Street (AT)— COL. 12-1-29 
Wall St. Mystery— ARW... 1920 
Wall Street Tragedy— MT 

8- 17-16 

Wall St. Whizz — FBO . .10-25-25 
Waltz Dream— MGM . . . .8-1-26 

Walzerkonig (S-SE)— NER 

1932 

Wanderer— PAR 8-30-25 

Wanderer of the Wasteland — 

PAR.. 7-13-24 
Wanderer of the West— RA 

1927 

Wandering Daughters — FN 

7-1-23 

Wandering Fires— ARW 

10- 11-25 
Wandering Footsteps — GBG 

11- 15-25 

Wandering Girls— COL. 2-27-27 
Wandering Husbands— PDC 

6-8-24 

Waning Sex— MGM 9-26-26 

Wanted— A Brother— RAL. 1918 
Wanted a Coward— STE. .. 1927 
Wanted a Home— BL. . .9-21-16 
Wanted— A Husband— PAR 

12- 21-19 
Wanted— A Mother— PWO 

4-4-18 

Wanted at Headquarters — U 

10-10-20 

Wanted for Murder— RSR 

12-22-18 

Wanters— FN 1923 

"W" Plan (AT)— RKO.. 2-15-31 
War and the Woman— PAT 

9- 13-17 

War Brides— SEZ 11-16-16 

War Bride's Secret— F. 10-12-16 
War Correspondent (AT) — 

COL.. 8-13-32 

War Horse— F 2-13-27 

War Nurse (AT)— MGM 

10-26-30 

War Paint— MGM 1926 

War of the Tongs — RED 

2-15-17 

Ware Case— FN 3-17-29 

Warfare of the Flesh— FBW 

4-26-17 

Warning— COL 1-8-28 

Warning — EQ 12-16-15 

Warning Shadows— FGU . . 1928 
Warning Signal— ELB . .9-19-26 

343 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Warming Up— PAR 7-22-28 

Warrens of Virginia — F...1924 

Warrior— ITA 7-26-17 

Warrior Gap— DAV 1925 

Was He Guilty ?— PIZ. ... 1928 
Was It Bigamy— ST.... 9-27-25 
Washington Masquerade 

(AT)— MGM.. 7-22-32 
Washington Merry-Go- Around 

(AT)— COL.. 9-29-32 

Wasp— PWO 4-11-18 

Wasted Lives— SEC 1923 

Wasted Love— AP 1-5-30 

Wasted Years— HMU... 6-22-16 
Watch Him Step— GOL. 5-7-22 
Watch Your Step— G. .. 5-21-22 
Watch Your Wife— U. . .3-7-26 

Watching Eyes— ARW 1922 

Water Gypsie (AT)— SDC 

11-7-32 

Water Hole— PAR 9-9-28 

Water Lily— TRI 1919 

Water, Water Everywhere — G 

2-8-20 

Waterfront— FN 9-23-28 

Waterfront Wolves— GER 

3-16-24 

Waterloo— GLO 1929 

Waterloo Bridge (AT)— U 

8- 1631 

Wax Model— PAR 2-8-17 

Way Back Home (AT)— 

RKO. .1-17-32 
Way Down East— UA. . .9-12-20 
Way Down East (Reissue) — 

GGR. .3-15-3! 
Way For A Sailor (AT)— 

MGM.. 12-14-30 
Way Men Love— AHR. 11-4-23 
Way of a Girl— MG ... .4-5-25 
Way of All Men (AT)— FN 

9- 21-30 

Way of a Maid— SEZ .. 1 1-13-21 
Way of a Man— PAT. . 11-18-23 

Way of a Man— LBR 1922 

Way of a Man With a Maid — 

PAR. .1-5-19 
Way of a Woman— SE. . .8-3-19 
Way of All Flesh— PAR. .7-3-27 
Way of the Strong— COL 

8-12-28 

Way of the Strong— M .... 1919 
Way of the Transgressor — IND 
1924 

Way of the World— RED 

6-29-16 

Way Out— PWO 4-11-18 

Way Out West (AT)— MGM 

8-17-30 

Way Women Love— LYR 

2-13-21 

Wayward (AT) — PAR. .2-14-32 

We Americans — U 3-25-28 

We Can't Have Everything — 

ART.. 7-7-18 

We Moderns— FN 12-13-26 

We Should Worry— F. .6-30-18 
We're in the Navy Now— PAR 
M-14-26 

Weaker Vessel— U 6-8-19 

Weakness of Man— BRA. 7-13-16 
Weakness of Strength — M 

8-24-16 

Wealth- PAR 7-10-21 

Weary River (PT & S)— FN 

1-27-29 

Weaver of Dreams — M.. 2-28- 18 
Weavers— Unknown ... 1 0- 1 3-29 
Weavers of Life— FBW . 1 1-22-17 

Web of Chance— F 12-21-19 

Web of Deceit— PAT 1-4-20 

Web of Desire— PBW.... 3-1-17 
Web of Fate— PEE 1927 



13,262 TITLES 



Web of the Law— SEZ.... 1923 

Wedding Bells — FN 8-21-21 

Wedding Bills — PAR 7-3-27 

Wedding March — PAR . 1 0-24-28 
Wedding Rings (AT & S)— FN 
vr ~. 1929 

Wedding Rings (AT)— FN 

5-11.30 

Wedding Song— PDC. 12-17-25 

Wedlock— HOD 7-14-1R 

Week-End-PAT { 920 

Week-End Husbands— EQU 

Week-End Im Paradise (AT- 24 
uV , German)— CAP.. 10-26-32 
Week-End Marriage (AT)— 

Week Ends Only (AT)— F ? 32 

Week-End Wives — WW . .V7.29 
Welcome Children — NF... 1922 
Welcome Danger (AT & S)— 
... , „ PAR.. 1929 

Welcome Home— PAR. .. S-24-25 
Welcome Stranger— PDC 
,»r 1 ^ 10-19-24 

We come to Our City— PS. 1922 

Welsh Singer— MT 7-24-16 

Wenn Die Soldaten (AT- 

German)— SCN. .11-2-32 
We're All Gamblers— PAR 

West Is West-U u'-llfo 

West of Broadway — PDC. .1926 

West of Broadway (AT) — 

MGM.. 1-31-32 
West of Cheyenne (AT)— SYN 

West of Chicago — F '".V?* 

West of Mojave— AY 1926 

West of Santa Fe— SYN. 6-30-29 

West of the Law— RA 1926 

West of the Pecos— ST 1922 

West of the Rainbow's End — 

RA.. 9-19-26 
West of the Rio Grande— LUB 
1921 

West of the Water Tower — PAR 
1-6-24 

West of Zanzibar— M-G-M 

1-6-29 

West Point— M-G-M 1-8-28 

West vs. East — SAN 1922 

Westbound Limited — FBO 

4-22-2.1 

Western Blood — F 1918 

Western Courage — RA. . . 9- 1 1 -27 
Western Demon, A— WSR.1922 

Western Fate— ARW 1924 

Western Firebrands— AY 

11-13-21 

Western Hearts — APH . . 6-12-21 
Western Honor — SYN ... 5-1 1-30 

Western Justice — ARW 1923 

Western Limited (AT)— 

MOP. .10-12-32 

Western Luck— F 6-15-24 

Western Pluck — U 1926 

Western Rover — U 1927 

Western Speed — F 5-7-22 

Western Trails — CHE 1926 

Western Vengeance — IND 

8-3-24 

Western Wallop — U 10-5-24 

Western Whirlwind— U . .1-30-27 
Western Yesterdays— ARW . 1924 
Westerners — HOD 8-10-19 

Westward Bound (AT)— SYN 

1-25-31 

Westward Passage (AT)— 

RKO . .6-5-32 

Wet Gold— G 7-31-21 

Wet Paint— PAR 5-23-26 



Wet Parade (AT)— MGM 

4-24-32 

Wharf Rat— FAT 12-14-16 

What Am I Bid— U 4-6-19 

What a Man I (AT)— WW 

3- 30-30 

What a Night— PAR. . .12-30-28 
What a Widow! (AT)— UA 

10-5-30 

What a Wife Learned— FN 

1-28-23 

What Becomes of the Children— 
FIL. .1919 
What Children Will Do— HAL 
1920 

What Do Men Want— FBO 

11- 20-21 

What Every Girl Should Know— 
WA.. 3-20-27 
What Every Woman Knows — 

PAR.. 3-6-21 
What Every Woman Learns — 

PAR. .10-26-19 
What Every Woman Wants — 

EXI. .4-20-19 
What Fools Men— FN. .10-11-25 
What Fools Men Are— AR 

12-3-22 

What Happened in 22— FWO 

6-24-16 

What Happened to Father? — 
VIT.. 12-9-15 

What Happened to Father? — 
W A.. 6-26-27 

What Happened to Jones? — 

PAR.. 8-15-20 

What Happened to Jones?— U 

12- 13-25 
What Happened to Rosa? — G 

4- 17-21 

What Love Can Do— RED 

6-1-16 

What Love Forgives— WO 

1-12-19 

What Love Will Do — F. .9-11-21 
What Men Want (AT)— U 

8-24-30 

What Money Can't Buy — PAR 
What No Man Knows— EQU 

12-25-21 
What Price Beauty?— PAT 

1- 22-28 

What Price Glory— F. . 1 1-28-26 
What Price Hollywood (AT)— 
RKO. .6-22-32 
What Price Love?— AN . 10-23-27 
What Shall I Do?— PDC 

6-29-24 

What Shall We Do with Him?— 
WO. .1919 

What Three Men Wanted— IND 
4-27-24 

What Will People Say?— M 

1-6-16 

What Wives Want— U. . .5-6-23 
What Women Love — FN 

8-15-20 

What Women Want— PI ... 1920 
What Women Will Do— AE 

2- 13-21 

What Would You Do?— F 

1-25-20 

Whatever the Cost— HOD 

10-6-18 

Whatever She Wants— F 

12-11-21 
What's a Wife Worth?— RC 

4-17-21 

What's His Name? — PAR 

What's Worth While?— PAR 
1921 

What's Wrong with Women?— 
EQU. .8-13-22 
What's Your Hurry?— PAR 

8-22-20 

What's Your Husband Doing? — 
PAR. .2-8-20 
What's Your Reputation Worth? 

VIT.. 1921 

344 



Wheel— F 8-30-25 

Wheel of Chance— FN .... 7-8-28 
Wheel of Destiny— RA. .. 1-8-28 
Wheel of Life (AT & S)— PAR 
6-30-29 

Wheels of the Law— M. .9-28-16 
Wheels of the Pioneers — DEN 
1923 

When a Dog Loves— FBO . 1927 

When a Feller Needs a Friend 

(AT)— MGM.. 5-15-32 

When a Girl Loves— U 1924 

When a Girl Loves— AE .. 6-1-24 
When a Man Loves— VIT 

1- 18-20 

When a Man Loves— WA . 2-6-27 
When a Man's a Man — FN 

2- 10-24 

When a Man Rides Alone — 

PAT. .12-29-18 
When a Man Sees Red— F. 1917 
When a Woman Loves— M. 1915 
When a Woman Sins— F. 9-15-18 
When a Woman Strikes— FCH 
1919 

When Arizona Won— KRA. 1919 
When Baby Forgot — PAT 

6-7-17 

When Boys Leave Home — WW 
1928 

When Danger Calls— LUM 

11-6-27 

When Danger Smiles— VIT. 1922 
When Dawn Came— PS. 12-26-20 
When Do We Eat?— PAR 

11-4-18 

When Doctors Disagree — G 

1919 

When Dreams Come True— RA 

5- 12-29 

When Duty Calls— Ufa ... 1-6-29 
When Fate Divides— F. . 5-25-19 
When False Tongues Speak— F 
10-4-17 

When Fleet Meets Fleet— HM 

3- 18-28 

When Honor Calls— PAT 

When Husbands Deceive — AE 

8- 27-22 

When Husbands Flirt— COL 

12-26-25 
When Knighthood Was in 

Flower— PAR 9-17-22 

When Knights Were Bold — 

GHA. .1922 
When London Sleeps — WA 

12-19-26 
When Love Comes— FBO 

12-10-22 
When Love Is King— EDK 

2-17-16 

When Love Is Young— ARI 

1922 

When Men Are Tempted— VIT 
1-3-18 

When Men Desire— F 3-9-19 

When Moscow Laughs — AM 

9- 22-29 

When My Ship Comes In — 

FCH. .1919 
When Odds Are Even — F 

11-25-23 

When Quackel Did Hyde— AY 
1921 

When Romance Rides — G 

4- 16-22 

When Seconds Count— RA 

6- 12-27 

When the Clouds Roll By— UA 
1-4-20 

When the Law Rides — FBO 

1928 

When the Wife's Away— COL 

1926 

When True Love Dawns— WO 
8-2-17 

When We Were Twenty-One — 
PAT. .1-9-21 



Where Are My Children?— U 

«-20-16 

Where Bonds Are Loosed — 

WAL. .8-3-19 
Where East Is East— M-G-M 

6- 2-29 

Where Is My Father? — EXD 

10-12-16 
Where Is My Husband? — PI 

1921 

Where Is My Wandering Boy 

Tonight ? — EQU 2-5-22 

Where Is This West?— U. . 1923 
Where Lights Are Low— RC 

7- 3-21 

Where Love Leads — F. .9-21-16 
Where Men Are Men— VIT 

9-18-21 

Where North Holds Sway— RA 
1927 

Where the North Begins — WA 
9-2-23 

Where the Pavement Ends— M 
3-11-23 

Where the Trail Divides — PAR 
1914 

Where the West Begins— PAT 
3-16-19 

Where the West Begins— BIS 

7- 3-27 

Where Was I? — U 8-30-25 

Which Woman— U 6-16-18 

While Fire Raged— PAT 

While Justice Waits — F. 11-26-22 
While New York Sleeps— F 

8- 1-20 

While Paris Sleeps (AT)— F 

6-13-32 

While Paris Sleeps— HOD 

1-21-23 

While Satan Sleeps— PAR. 7-2-22 
While the City Sleeps— M-G-M 
10-28-28 

While the Devil Laughs— F. 1921 
While the Pot Boils— EDU 

3-25-23 

Whims of Society — WO 1918 

Whip— PAM 4-26-17 

Whip— FN 9-23-28 

Whip Woman— FN 2-12-28 

Whipping Boss— MOP. .12-16-23 
Whirl of Life— COV.... 12-2-15 
Whirl of Youth— WW... 3-31-29 

Whirlpool— SE 7-7-18 

Whirlpool of Destiny — RED 

8-31-16 

Whirlwind Ranger — ARW..1924 
Whirlwind of Youth— PAR 

7-3-27 

Whisper Market— VIT . .8-29-20 

Whispered Name — U 1-13-24 

Whispering Canyon — STE 

6-27-26 
Whispering Chorus — ART 

3-28-18 

Whispering Devils— EQU . . 1921 

Whispering Sage— F 4-10-27 

Whispering Shadows— WO. 1921 
Whispering Smith — PDC. 4-25-26 
Whispering Smith — MT . . 6-8-16 
Whispering Winds (PT)— TIF 
1929 

Whispering Wires— F 1926 

Whispering Women— CC . . . 1922 

Whispers— SE 7-4-20 

Whistle— PAR 4-3-21 

Whistlin' Dan (AT)— TIF 

3-13-32 

Whistling Jim— AY 8-2-25 

White and Unmarried— PAR 

6-12-21 

White Black Sheep— FN . 12-5-26 
White Cargo (AT)— BI. .3-2-30 
White Circle— PAR 8-29-20 



White Desert — MG 7-12-25 

White Devil (PT)— UFA. . 1930 

White Devil (AT)— TPE 

8- 30-31 

White Dove— RC 1920 

White Eagle (AT)— COL 

9- 24-32 

White Fang— FBO 4-26-25 

White Flannels— WA 4-3-27 

White Flower— PAR 3-4-23 

White Gold— PDC 3-6-27 

White Hand— PS 1922 

White Hands— FBO 1922 

White Heather— HWF ..5-11-19 

White Hell— BAT 1922 

White Hell of Pitz Palu— U 

V27-30 

White Lie— HOD 9-1-18 

White Lies— F 6-6-20 

White Man— SCH 11-16-24 

White Man's Chance — PAT 

8-17-19 

White Man's Law— PAR . 5-2-18 

White Masks— SMI 1922 

White Mice— AE 3-7-26 

White Moll— F 7-18-20 

White Monkey— FN 7-14-25 

White Moth— FN 6-15-24 

White Oak— PAR 11-6-21 

White Outlaw— EXH 1928 

White Outlaw— U 6-21-25 

White Panther— GOL. .. 1-27-24 
White Pants Willie— FN ... 1927 

White Pearl— PAR 10-14-15 

White Pebbles — PAT. . . .8-21-27 

White Raven— MET 1-25-17 

White Renegade (AT)— 

ARC. . 1931 

White Rider— MAV 8-22-20 

White Rider— PEE 1921 

White Rose— UA 6-10-23 

White Scar— U 

White Shadow— SEZ 1924 

White Shadows of the South 

Seas— M-G-M 8-5-28 

White Sheep— AE 11-30-24 

White Sheik— WW 12-15-29 

White Shoulders — FN ..11 -26-22 
White Shoulders (AT)— RKO 

5-17-31 

White Sin— FBO 2-17-24 

White Sister— M 9-9-23 

White Thunder— FBO 1925 

White Tiger— U 11-18-23 

White-Washed Walls— HRM 

3-9-19 

White Youth— U 12-19-20 

White Zombie (AT)— UA 

7-29-32 

Whither Thou Goest?— SAM 

7-26-17 

Who Am I?— SEZ 7-10-21 

Who Are My Parents?— F 
(reviewed as A Little Child 

Shall Lead Them) 9-10-22 

Who Cares?— SE 1-19-19 

Who Goes There?— VIT. 12-6-17 
Who Killed Walton?— TRI 

4-25-18 

Who Knows?— BET 12-6-17 

Who Loved Him Best?— MT 

1918 

Whoopee (AT)— UA.... 10-5-30 

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Who Shall Take My^LHe?— ^ 

Who Threw the Brick — SEZ... 

Who Was the Other Man?— U 

1917 

Who Will Marry Me?— U 

1-26-19 

Whole Town's Talking— U 

9-12-26 

Whom the Gods Destroy— VIT 
12-14-16 
Whom the Gods Destroy— FN 

1919 

Who's To Blame?— TRI. 5-19-18 
Who's Your Brother?— CUTT ^ 

Who's Your Neighbor? — MAU 

6-21-17 

Who's Your Servant ? — RC 

3-14-20 

Why America Will Win— F^ ^ 

Why Announce Your Marriage? 

SEZ.. 1-22-22 
Why Be Good?— FN.... 5-12-29 

Why Bring That Up? (AT & 
S)— PAR.. 10-13-29 
Why Change Your Wife? — PAR 
5-2-20 

Why Cry at Parting (AT- 

German)— FBI.. 2-16-30 
Why Do Men Marry— UNA 

9-17-22 

Why Germany Must Pay — M 

1-19-19 

Why Get Married— AE. .. 6-1-24 
Why Girls Go Back Home-^-WA 



Why I Would Not Marry— F 

11-24-18 
Why Leave Home? (AT)— F 

9-22-29 

Why Leave Your Husband? — 

EQA..1921 
Why Men Forget— FBO . 1-29-21 
Why Men Leave Home— FN 

5-25-24 

Why Not? (AT-Italian) — PAR 
9-28-30 

Why Sailors Go Wrong— F ^ ^ 

Why Saps Leave Home 

(AT) — POP. .3-20-32 
Why Smith Left Home— PAR 

11-2-19 

Why Trust Your Husband? — F 
1-30-21 

Why Women Re-Marry— APH 
11-25-23 

Why Worry?— PAT 9-9-23 

Wicked (AT)— F 9-20-31 

Wicked Darling— U 2-2-19 

Wickedness Preferred— M-G-M 

9-23-28 

Wide Open— SU 1-23-27 

Wide Open (AT)— WA. .3-30-30 
Wide Open Town— SEZ. 2-26-22 
Widecombe Fair— WW ..11-3-29 
Widow by Proxy— PAR . 10-5-19 
Widow From Chicago (AT)— 
FN.. 12-21-30 
Widow in Scarlet (AT) — 

MAF. .7-20-32 
Widow's Might— PAR .... 2-7-18 



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Wien, Du Stadt Der Lieder 

(AT-German)— PRX. .3-22-31 
Wife Against Wife — FN. .1922 

Wife by Proxy — M 1-18-17 

Wife He Bought— BL... 2- 14- 18 
Wife in Name Only— SEZ. 1924 

Wife No. 2— F 8-16-17 

Wife on Trial— BU 8-9-17 

Wife or Country— TRI 1918 

Wife of the Centaur— MG 

1-11-25 

Wife of Country — TRI 1919 

Wife Savers— PAR 1-22-28 

Wife Trap— PAR 1922 

Wife With a Past— U 

Wife Who Wasn't Wanted— 

WA.. 9-13-25 
Wife's Awakening— RC. .8-28-21 
Wife's Relations — COL. . .4-1-28 

Wife's Romance— M 9-30-23 

Wife's Sacrifice— F 3-30-16 

Wild and Wooly— ART... 7-5-17 

Wild Animal Life — PAR 

Wild Beauty— U 9-25-27 

Wild Bill Hickok— PAR 

11-25-23 

Wild Blood— U 3-3-29 

Wild Born— RA 1928 

Wild Bull's Lair— FBO... 8-2-25 
Wild Company (AT)— F. 7-20-30 

Wild Geese— TIF 12-17-27 

Wild Girl (AT)— F. . .11-23-32 

Wild Girl— SE 11-8-17 

Wild Girl — TRU 1925 

Wild Girl of the Sierras —FAT 

6-15-16 

W'ld Goose- PAR 5-15-21 

Wild Goose Chase — TRI. . .1919 
Wild Heart o» Africa— PAP 

6-2-29 

Wild Honey— SHE .... 12-22-18 

Wild Honey— U 3-5-22 

Wild Horse Mesa (AT)— 

PAR. . 1932 
Wild Horse Stampede— U 

8-15-26 

Wild Horse Mesa— PAR. 8-16-25 

Wil.l Justice— UA 8-2-25 

Wild Life— TRI 8-25-18 

Wild Men of Ka'ahari— TPE 

11-23-30 

Wild Night— U 1920 

Wild Oats— EDK 1-27-16 

Wild Oats Lane— PDC. 4-11-26 

Wild Oranges— MG 3-9-24 

Wild Orchids— M-G-M... 4-7-29 

Wild Party— U 10-7-23 

Wild Party (AT & S)— PAR 

4-7-29 

Wild Primrose— VIT.... 8-11-18 

Wild Strain— VIT 1918 

Wild Sumac— TRI 1917 

Wild to Go— FBO 5-23-26 

Wild West Romance— F .6-10-28 

Wild West Show— U 4-22-28 

Wild, Wild Susan — PAR. 8-16-25 
Wild Winshio f Widow -TRI 

5-31-17 

Wild Women — TRI 3-7-18 

Wild Women of Borneo 

(S-SE)-FD.. 4-24-32 

Wild Youth— PAR 3-28-18 

Wildcat— AY 1926 



Wildcat— IND 1924 

Wildcat— BM 5-3-17 

Wildcat Jordan — GOL. .10-29-22 

Wildcat of Parii— U 1918 

Wilderness Trail— F 7-13-19 

Wilderness Woman— FN . 4-18-26 

Wildfire— Vit 7-14-25 

Wildflower— PAR 1914 

Wild Horse (AT)— HOF 

8 2-31 

Wildness of Youth— GRA 

8-27-22 

Wild West Whoopee (AT)— 

COS. .3-8 31 

Wilful Youth— PEE 4-1-28 

Willow Tree — M 1-11-20 

Will He Conquer Dempsey? — 
SEZ. .1923 

William Tell— PAR 1914 

William Tell— SUS 5-24-25 

Williamson Submarine Pictures — 
U..1913 

Wilson or the Kaiser— M .. 1918 
Win, Lose or Draw -ARC. 1926 
Winchester Woman— VIT 

11-16-19 

Wind— M-G-M 11-11-28 

Win That Girl— F 12-11-27 

Winding Stair— F 10-18-25 

Winding Trail— M 1-24-18 

Winding Trail— KRA 1921 

Windjammer— RA 1926 

Window Opposite — IV 1919 

Winds of Chance— FN... 8-30-25 
Winds of the Pampas— HM . 1928 

Wine— U 9-14-24 

Wine Girl— BL 4-4-18 

Wine of Youth— MG.... 7-13-24 

Wing Toy— F 2-13-21 

Winged Horseman — U 6-2-29 

Winged Idol— TRI 11-25-15 

Winged Mystery— U 1917 

Wings— PAR 8-21-27 

Wings of Adventure (AT)— 

TIF.. 8-10-30 

Wings of Love — F 

Wings of Pride— JA 1921 

Wings of the Morning — F 

12-7-19 

Wings of the Storm— F. 1 1-28-26 

Wings of Youth— F 5-10-25 

Winner Takes All— U. .. .7-21-18 
Winner Take All— F. .. 10-19-24 
Winner Takes All (AT)— 

WA. .6-18-32 

Winner, The— RA 1926 

Winners of the Wilderness — 

M-G-M. .4-3-27 

Winning Girl— PAR 3-9-19 

Winning Grandma — PAT 

Winning His Wife— U 

Winning Oar— EXP 7-24-27 

Winning of Barbara Worth — 

UA. .12-12-26 
Winning of Beatrice — M. 5-26-18 
Winning of Sally Temple — PAR 
2-22-17 

Winning the Futurity — CHA 

1926 

Winning Stroke— F 10-5-19 

Winning Wallop— LUM 

11-21-26 

Winning with Wits— F. . 1-15-22 
347 



1 3,262 TITLES 



Wise Girls (AT)— MGM 

3-23-30 

Wise Fool— PAR 6-5-21 

Wise Guy— FN 5-30-26 

Wise Husbands— PI 1921 

Wise Kid— U 2-26-22 

Wise Son— MAX 1924 

Wise Virgin— PDC 1924 

Wise Wife — PAT 10-30-27 

Wiser Sex, The (AT)— 

PAR. .3-13-32 
Wishing Ring Man— VIT. 3-2-19 

Wit Wins— HM 1919 

Witch— F 3-9-16 

Witching Hour— PAR 3-6-21 

Witching Hour— FRO .. 1 1-30-16 

Witchcraft— PAR 10-26-16 

Witchcraft Through the Ages — 
• MAL.. 6-9-29 
Witch Woman— PWO... 4-25-17 
Witch Woman— MAL. . .4-14-29 
With Byrd at the South Pole— 
PAR. .6-22-30 
With Car and Camera Around 
the World— WAN . . . 12-22-29 
With Hoops of Steel— HOD 

5- 12-18 

With This Ring— SCH.. 9-13-25 
With Neatness and Dispatch — M 
1918 

With Williamson Under the Sea 
(AT) — PRI . . 11-26-32 
Within the Cup— HOD .. 3-21-18 

Within the Law— FN 5-6-23 

Within the Law— VIT. .5-17-17 
Without Benefit of Clergy— PAT 

6- 26-21 

Without Compromise — F 

11- 12-22 

Without Fear— F 4-23-22 

Without Honor (AT)— 

ARC. . 1-10-32 
Without Honor— TRI . . 12-20 17 

Without Limit — M 2-20-21 

Without Mercy— PDC. .10-11-25 
Witness for the Defense — PAR 
9-28-19 

Wits vs. Fits— HAL 6-6-20 

Wives at Auction— TRS. .. 1926 
Wives and Other Wives— PAT 
12-8-18 

Wives of Men— PI 9-1-18 

Wives of the Prophet— LBR 

1926 

Wizard of Oz— CHA.... 4-19-25 
Wizard of the Saddle— FBO 

12- 11-28 

Wizard— F 12-11-27 

Wolf Blood— LBR 1925 

Wolf— VIT 8-10-19 

Wolf and His Mate— BU 

12-6-17 

Wolf Hunters— RA 9-19-26 

Wolf Lowry— TRI 6-7-17 

Wolf of Debt— U 9-30-15 

Wolf Law— U 10-22-22 

Wolf Man— F 3-16-24 

Wolf Pack— SR 1922 

Wolf Woman— INC 8-31-16 

Wolf Fangs— F 12-11-27 



Four Recent Originals 

"TWO AGAINST THE WORLD" 

(Constance Bennett — Warner Bros.) 

"SPORT PARADE" 

(RKO) 

"MOMMER" 

(Fox) 



BEAUTIFUL FACE' 

(Universal) 



JERRY HORWIN 




MILO ANDERSON 

Costume Designer 



THE KID FROM SPAIN" 

(Eddie Cantor) 



"HALLELUJAH I'M A BUM" 

(Al Jolson) 



"THE MASQUERADER" 

(Ronald Colman) 



"CYNARA" 
(Ronald Colman) 



Under contract to United Artists Corp. 



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Wolf of Wall Street (AT & S) 
PAR. .2-3-29 
Wolf Song (PT & S) — PAR 

3-3-29 

Wolf's Clothing— W A... 1-23-27 

Wolfs Fangs— PS 1922 

Wolf's Trail— U 11-27-27 

Wolverine — APH 1921 

Wolves of the City — U. . 2- 17-29 
Wolves of the Air — STE. .2-6-27 
Wolves of the Border— TRI 
Wolves of the Desert— R A. 1926 
Wolves of the Night — F. 7-27-19 
Wolves of the North— U. 5-15-21 
Wolves of the Rail— ART 

Wolves of the Street— ARW 

1920 

Woman HWF 11-3-18 

Woman Above Reproach— AY 
Woman Alone, A — PBW. 1-4-17 
Woman and the Beast — GRA 

12-13-17 

Woman and the Law— F. 3-28-18 
Woman and the Puppet — G 

4-11-20 

Woman and Wife — SE.. 1-17-18 
Woman Beneath— PWO 

10- 25-17 

Woman Between (AT)— RKO 

6-21-31 

Woman Between Friends — VIT 

Woman Breed— FBO 1922 

Woman Commands. A (AT) — 
RKO.. 1-31-32 
Woman Conquers — FN.. 2-25-23 
Woman Decides, A (AT) — 

POP. .9-29-32 

Woman Game — SE 3-14-20 

Woman Gives — FN 4-18-20 

Woman God Changed— PAR 
6-5-21 

Woman God Forgot — ART 

11-8-1) 

Woman God Sent — SE. .7-18-20 

Woman Hater — WA 7-19-25 

Woman He Chose— MIC 

11- 23-19 

Woman He Loved — AR. 9-10-22 
Woman He Married— FN 

4-16-22 

Woman in Bondage (AT) — 

AUT. .11-19-32 

Woman in 47— EQ 2-17-16 

Woman He Loved— SEZ. . 1923 
Woman Against the World — 

TIF.. 3-25-28 
Woman and the Law — BRI 

1928 

Woman Disputed— UA. 11-11-28 
Woman from Hell — F... 7-28-29 

Woman from Monte Carlo 

(AT) — FN . . 1-3-32 
Woman from Moscow — PAR 

11-11-28 
Women Go On Forever (AT) 

—TIF.. 8-16-31 
Woman Hungry (AT) — FN 

Woman I Love — RKO 1929 

Woman in Room 13 (AT) — 

F. .5-22-32 

Woman in White— WW. 7-2 1-29 
Woman in White— PAT. 6-28- 17 
Woman in His House — FN 

8-15-20 

Woman in Politics— MT. 1-20-16 



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in Room 13— G. 4- 11 -20 
in the Case— PAR 

8- 10-16 
in the Night— WW 

3- 17-29 
in the Suitcase — PAR 

1-18-20 

in Chains — AMG . . 1923 
Love Once (AT)— 

PAR.. 6-28-31 
Michael Married— EX I 

7- 27-19 
Next Door— ED K 

9-9-15 
of All Nations (AT) 

— F.. 5-31-31 
of Bronze — M... 4-1-22 
of Experience (AT)— 

PAT. .7-12-31 
of Impulse— PAR 

9- 22-18 

of Lies— WO... 11-2-19 
of Mystery— AV... 1921 
of No Importance — ■ 

SEZ.. 6-1 1-22 
of Pleasure— PAT 

9-14-19 

of Paris— UA... 10-7-23 
of Redemption — WO 

6-30-18 
of the World— PAR 

12-27-25 

on the Index — G. 3-30-19 
of Affairs— M-G-M 

1-27-29 
on the Jury — FN 

5- 2S-24 

on Trial— PAR. 10-2-27 

Pays— M 1915 

Proof— PAR.... 11 -4-23 

Pursued (AT)— RKO 

1931 

Racket (AT) — MGM 

4- 13-30 

Tempted— AY ..2-26-28 
Thou Gavest Me— PAR 

6- 15-19 
to Woman — SEZ 

I- 20-24 

to Woman (AT & S) — 
TIF.. 11-17-29 
Trap (AT & S)— PAR 
9-1-29 
Under Cover— U 

9-14-19 
Under Oath— TRB 

6- 22-19 

Untamed— SR .10-31-20 
Wake Up— AE... 1922 
Who Believed— ARC 
1922 

Who Came Back— AE 

8- 13-22 
Who Dared— CAL 

7- 20-16 
Whc Did Not Care— 

LUM.. 8-2 1-27 
Who Fooled Herself— 
AE.. 11-12-22 
Who Gave — F. 10-20-18 
Who Sinned— FBO 

3-9-24 

Who Walked Alone— 

PAR.. 6-11-22 
Who Was Forgotten— 
(AT)— STB.. 1929 
Who Was Forgotten 

(PT).. 1-26-30 
the German Shot— PLC 

II- 2-18 

There Was— F. . .6-8-19 

Wise— F 3-11-28 

with Four Faces — PAR 
6-24-23 

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Woman Without a Heart — PAT 

Woman, Woman— F 1919 

Women Won't Tell (AT)— 

CHE. .1932 
Womanhandled— PAR . . 1-10-26 

Womanhood— VIT 4-5-17 

Womanpower — F 9-26-25 

Woman's Awakening — FAT 

3-29-17 

Woman's Business — JA... 8-1-20 
Woman's Experience — BBF 

9-29-18 

Woman's Faith— U 8-9-25 

Woman's Fight— PAT. . .8-31-16 

Woman's Fool— U 8-4-18 

Woman's Heart— STE. . .9-26-26 

Woman's Honor — F 6-15-16 

Woman's Law— PEE .. 11-13-27 
Woman's Law— PAT. .. 3-30-16 
Woman's Man— AKW. . 6-13-20 

Woman's Past— F 12-9-15 

Woman's Place— FN . . . 10-23-21 
Woman's Power— WO .. .3-2-16 
Woman's Resurrection — F .1915 
Woman's Secret— APA .... 1924 

Woman's Side— FN 4-9-22 

Woman's Triumph— PAR ..1914 
Woman's Wares— TIF. 11-13-27 
Woman's Way— BRA. . .8-10-16 

Woman's Way— COL 1927 

Woman's Weapon— PAR 

Woman's Woman— UA. . 10-9-22 
Woman's Woman— SR .... 1922 
Women and Gold— GOT. 1-18-24 
Women First— COL ... 12-14-24 
Women Love Diamonds — 

M-G-M. .4-17-27 
Women Men Forget— UNI 

3-14-20 

Women Men Live— BRD 

1-23-21 

Women Men Marry — GEO 

10-29-22 
Women Men Marry (AT)— 

HEA.. 4-19-31 
Women Who Dare— EXP 

5-13-28 

Women Everywhere (AT)— F 

6-1-30 

Women They Talk About (PT 
& S)— WA.. 10-21-28 
Women Who Give— MG. 3-1 6-24 
Women Who Wait— (See "For- 

bidden Love") 
Women Without Men— FFS 

1928 

Women's Law— PEE 1928 

Won in the Clouds— U 1928 

Wonder of Women (PT & S)— 
M-G-M.. 7-28-29 
Wonder of Woman (AT) — 

MGM. .9-22-29 

Wonder Man— RC 6-6-20 

Wonderful Adventure — F 

9- 30-15 

Wonderful Chance— SEZ 

10- 3-20 

Wonderful Lies of Nina Petrova 
—UFA.. 6-8-30 
Wonderful Thing— FN. 11-31-21 
Wonderful Wife— U 4-23-22 



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TOM WHITE PRODUCTIONS 

Producing in Black and White and Color, in Asia 

ff DROUGHT" 

A Feature Picture 

Also a Series of Twenty-Four Shorts 

Tom White Productions 

1611 COSMO, HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. 



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Wonders of the Sea— WIM 

10-29-22 

Wood Nymph — FAT 1-13-16 

Wooden Shoes— TRI 8-30-17 

Woaing oC Princess Pat — VIT 

Words and Music — F 1919 

Words and Music (AT) — F 

1929 

Working Girls (AT)— 

PAR. .1931 

World Aflame— PAT 8-3-19 

World Against Him— PBW 

World and His Wife— PAR 16 

World and Its Women- G 8 2 ° 
9-21-19 

World and the Flesh (AT)— 
„, „ PAR. .5-8-32 

World and the Woman— PAT 
«r ,j . 11-2-16 

World Apart— PAR 1917 

World at Her Feet— PAR 

ii. ,., , „ 8-21-27 

World for Sale— PAR 1918 

World of Folly— F 6-13-20 

World to Live In— SE. .2-23-19 
Worldly Goods— PAR ... 1 1 -9-24 
Worldly Goods (AT) — COT 
Worldly Madonna— EQU 8 ' 3 " 30 

Worlds Apart— SEZ 2-27-21 

World's Applause — PAR. .2-4-23 
World's a Stage— PR I.. 1-28-23 
World's Champion— PAR. 3-5-22 
World's Great Snare — PAR 

Would You Believe It? (AT)— 
Worst of Friends — TRI . 1-1 3' 16 
Would You Forgive? — F 

Wrath-TRI ^-Il; 

Wrath of the Sea— KEM. . 1929 
Wreck of the Hesperus— PAT 

Wreck-COL \40~i7 

Wreck— VIT 1917 

Wreckage— BAE 8-30-25 

Wrecker— TIF 8-18-29 

Wright Idea— FN 8-26-28 

Writing on the Wall— VLS 

^ 2-10-16 

Wrong Door— BL 3-2-16 

Wrong Mr. Wright— U. .2-27-27 

Wrong Woman — GRA 1921 

Wrongdoers — AST 1925 

Wyoming— M-G-M 8-6-28 

Wyoming Whirlwind (AT) — 

CAP. .10-12-32 
Wyoming Wildcat — FB0..1925 



X— 



X Marks the Spot (AT)— 

TIF— 12-13-31 

— Y— 

Yankee Consul — AE 2-24-24 

Yankee Clipper— PDC 5-8-27 

Yankee Don (AT)— CAP 

5-17-31 

Yankee Doodle in Berlin — LES 
4-13-19 

Yankee Doodle, Jr.— BUN 

3-19-22 



Yankee Girl— PAR 10-28-15 

Yankee Go-Getter— ARW. . 1921 
Yankee Madness— FBO . .4-6-24 
Yankee Pluck— PBW .. .5-24-17 
Yankee Princess— VIT . .4-13-19 

Yankee Senor— F 1-31-26 

Yankee Speed— SU 7-20-24 

Yankee Way— F 1917 

Yaqui— BL 3-30-16 

Years of the Locust — PAR 

11-23-16 

Yellowback— RKO 5-12-29 

Yellow Back— U 11-7-26 

Yellow Contraband — PAT 

10-14-28 

Yellow Dog— U 10-24-18 

Yellow Fingers— F 4-4-26 

Yellow Lily— FN 5-27-28 

Yellow Mask, The (AT)— BI 

12-7-30 

Yellow Men and Gold— G 

6-11-22 

Yellow Pass— AM 5-3-31 

Yellow Passport— WO. . .2-24-16 
Yellow Pawn— PAR ...11-30-16 

Yellow Stain— F S-14-22 

Yellow Streak— R A 1927 

Yellow Streak— M 12-9-15 

Yellow Ticket— AM 12-16-28 

Yellow Ticket (AT)— F 

11- 1-31 

Yellow Tickets— PAT 1918 

Yellow Typhoon— FN ... 5- 1 6-20 

Yes or No — FN 7-11-20 

Yesterday's Wife— CBC . . . 1923 
Yoke of Gold— RED.... 8-17-16 

Yolande— MG 2-24-24 

Yorck (AT-German)— 

UFA. .10-29-32 

Yosemite Trail— F 9-17-22 

You and I— RAF 3-6-21 

You Are Guilty— MAS. .3-25-23 
You Are in Danger — BLA 

12- 2-23 

Young As You Feel (AT) — 

F.. 8-9-31 
You Can't Beat the Law— RA 

4- 1-28 

You Can't Believe Everything — 
TRI.. 6-23-18 
You Can't Fool Your Wife— 

PAR.. 4-29-23 
You Can't Get Away With It— 
F..1923 
You Find It Everywhere — 

HOW.. 3-20-21 
You Never Can Tell— REA 

10-10-20 

You Never Know— VIT. .. 1922 
You Never Know Women — 

PAR.. 8-1-26 
You Never Know Your Luck — 

HOD. .1919 
You Never Saw Such a Girl— 

PAR.. 3-9-19 
You Said a Mouthful (AT)— 

FN . .11-18-32 
You'd Be Surprised — PAR 

10-3-26 

Young America (AT) — F 

5- 8-32 

Young April— PDC 10-17-26 

Young Blood (AT)— MOP 

1932 

Young Bride (AT)— RKO 

4-17-32 

Young Desire (AT) — U. .7-6-30 
Young Diana— PAR ....7-30-22 
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Young Donovan's Kid (AT) — 

RKO. .5-24-31 
Young Eagles (AT)— PAR 

3-23-30 

Young Ideas— U 7-6-24 

Young Man of Manhattan (AT) 
—PAR.. 4-20-30 
Young Mrs. Winthrop— PAR 

3-28-20 

Young Mother Hubbard— ES 

11-1-17 

Young Nowheres (AT & S) — 
FN. .10-6-29 
Young Rajah— PAR 11-12-22 

Young Sinners (AT) — F 

5-10-31 

Young Whirlwind— FBO 

10-21-28 
Young Woodley (AT)— BI 

9-28-30 

Younger Generation (PT & S) 
COL.. 3-17-29 

Your Astray— LEE 7-1-28 

Your Best Friend— WA. 3-26-22 
Your Daughter and Mine— CBP 
1921 

Your Friend and Mine— M. 1919 
Your Friend and Mine — M 

3-18-23 

Your Wife and Mine — EXP 

1927 

Your Wife and Mine— SR 

4-6-19 

You're Fired— PAR 6-22-19 

Yours to Command — FBO. 1927 

Youth— PWO 8-9-17 

Youth and Adventure— FBC J 92S 

Youth Astray— GLO 1928 

Youth of Fortune — U 5-4-16 

Youth for Sale— BR 10-19-24 

Youth Must Have Love-^F^ ^ 
Youth to Youth— M.... 10-29-22 

Youth's Desire— FOR 1921 

Youth's Endearing Charm — 

AMU. .8-31-16 

Youth's Gamble — R A 7-26-25 

Youthful Cheaters— HOD s ^ ^ 

Youthful Ecstasy— UFA ... 1928 

Youthful Folly— SE 4-3-20 

Yvonne from Paris— PAT. 7-6-19 



— z— 



Zander the Great— MG. . 5-10-25 
Zappatore (S-SE)— NAP 

4-3-32 

Zaza— PAR 10-7-15 

Zaza — PAR 9-23-23 

Zein Weib's Lubovnick (AT- 

Yiddish)— HAP 10-4-31 

Zero Hour— WO 1918 

Zirkus Leben (AT^erma^ ^ 

Zollenstein— RAL 1917 

Zongar— MCF 1-24-18 

Zwei Herzen Und Ein Schlag 

(AT-German)— UFA. .9-10-32 
Zwei Kratwatten (AT- 
German)— CAP. .1-17-32 
Zwei Menschen (AT-German) 
—CAP.. 12-27-31 



LOUIS A. SARECKY 

Associate Producer 
"SO THIS IS AFRICA" 

(Wheeler and Woolsey) 
(Columbia) 

"CIMARRON" 

(RKO) 

"ARE THESE OUR CHILDREN" 

(RKO) 



FANCHON ROYER PICTURES, INC. 

JACK GALLAGHER, Pres. FANCHON ROYER, Exec. 

Producers of 

"REVENGE AT MONTE CARLO" 
"BEHIND JURY DOORS" 

"HEART PUNCH" 
"HONOR OF THE PRESS" 

Producing a Series for Mayfair 



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COMPANY RELEASES 
OF 1932 



Asterisks (*) indicate that the matter following was made up from 
THE FILM DAILY records. 



ALLIED PICTURES CORP. 
Culver City, Calif. 
FEATURES 

File 113 1-5-32 

Vanity Fair 3-15-32 

Unholy Love 6-1-32 

A Man's Land 6-11-32 

The Stoker 6-15-32 

The Boiling Point 7-15-32 

A Parisian Romance 10-1-32 

The Cowboy Counsellor 10-15-32 

The Iron Master 11-15-32 

Officer Thirteen 12-15-32 

The Intruder 12-25-32 

The Eleventh Commandment 12-30-32 



AURORA FILM CORPORATION 

243 West 42nd St., New York City 

FEATURES (*) 



HAROLD AUTEN 
1540 Broadway, New York City 
FEATURES 

A Nous La Liberte 4-1-32 

Woman in Bondage 12-1-32 

Footsteps in the Night 12-15-32 



AMKINO CORPORATION 

723 Seventh Ave., New York City 
FEATURES 

Road to Life 1-27-32 

Cossacks of the Don 3-18-32 

Golden Mountains 4-9-32 

Soil is Thirsty 5-5-32 

Siberian Patrol 5-13-32 

Alone 5-24-32 

Diary of a Revolutionist 6-8-32 

House of Death 8-12-32 

Clown George 8-21-32 

Sniper 8-25-32 

China Express 10-9-32 

Eagle of the Caucasus 10-16-32 

The Last Insult 10-21-32 

Anush 11-14-32 

False Uniforms 11-18-32 

The Road North 11-24-32 

Men and Jobs 12-30-32 



ARTCLASS PICTURES CORP. 
729 Seventh Ave., New York City 

FEATURES (*) 

Without Honors 

They Never Come Back 

Pleasure 

Xight Rider 

Cross Examination 

Border Devils 

• 

ASSOCIATED CINEMAS OF 

AMERICA, INC. 
154 West 55th Street, New York City 
FEATURES 

Luise. Koenigin Von Preussen 10-4-32 

Kameradschaft 11-8-32 



BIG 4 FILM CORPORATION 

1501 Broadway, New York City 

FEATURES 

Human Targets 1-10-32 

Mark of the Spur 2-10-32 

Murder at Dawn 2-22-32 

Tangled Fortunes 3-22-32 

The Scarlet Brand 5-9-32 

• 

LEO BRECHER 
42 East 58th St., New York City 
FEATURES (*) 

Ein Walzer Von Strauss 

Der Schwarz Husar 



CAPITAL FILM EXCHANCE, 
INC. 

630 Ninth Ave., New York City 

FEATURES (*) 

Zwei Kratwatten 

Wyoming Whirlwind 

Week-End In Paradise 

Teilnehmer Antwortet Nicht 

Schubert's Fruehltngstraum 

Purpur Und Waschlau 

Przysieglas 

1914 The Last Days Before the War 

Moritz Macht Sein Gltieck 

Man Braucht Kein Geld 

Hurra! Ein Junge 

Hirsekorn Greift Ein 

Hell's House 

Exposure 

Ein Prinz Verliebt Sich 

Ein Ausgekochter Junge 

Die Vom Rummelplatz 

Die Csikos Baroness 



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Der Stolz Der 3 Kompagnie 

Der Schrecken Der Garnison 

Der Falsche Feldmarschall 

Der Fall Des Oberst Redl 

Brand in Der Oper 

Barberina, Die Taenzerin von Sanssouci 

• 

CAPITAL FOREIGN ATTRAC- 
TIONS 

FEATURES (*) 

Mein Leopold 

• 

CENTURY PRODUCTIONS 

723 Seventh Ave., New York City 
FEATURES (*) 

The Jungle Killer 

• 

CHESTERFIELD MOTION PIC- 
TURE CORP. 
1540 Broadway, New York City 

FEATURES 

Probation 3-15-32 

Midnight Lady 5-15-32 

Beauty Parlor 7-15-32 

King Murder 9-15-32 

Women Won't Tell 11-15-32 



COLUMBIA PICTURES CORP. 
729 Seventh Ave., New York City 
FEATURES 

The Menace 1-25-32 

Forbidden 1-15-32 

Three Wise Girls 1-11-32 

Behind the Mask 2-25-32 

Final Edition 2-12-32 

The Big Timer 3-10-32 

Love Affair 3-17-32 

Shopworn 3-25-32 

Blonde Captive 3-4-32 

Attorney for the Defense 5-21-32 

No Greater Love 6-4-32 

Hollywood Speaks 6-25-32 

By Whose Hand? 7-6-32 

War Correspondent 7-25-32 

American Madness 8-15-32 

Night Club Lady 8-27-32 

Night Mayor 8-19-32 

The Last Man 8-31-32 

Vanity Street 10-15-32 

Virtue 10-25-32 

That's My Boy 10-6-32 

Washington Merry-Go-Round 10-15-32 

Deception 11-4-32 

Man Against Woman 11-15-32 

No More Orchids 11-25-32 

Air Hostess 12-5-32 

This Sporting Age 9-15-32 

As the Devil Commands 12-24-32 

Speed Demon 11-11-32 

SHORTS 

Lambs Gambols 12 two reelers 

Sunrise Comedies 12 two reelers 

Screen Snapshots 8 one reelers 

World of Sports 8 one reelers 

Scrappy 8 one reelers 

Krazy Kat 8 one reelers 

Trayelaughs 8 one reelers 

Curiosities 8 one reelers 

Mickey Mouse 8 one reelers 

Silly Symphony 8 one reelers 



EAGLE PRODUCTIONS 

729 Seventh Ave., New York City 

FEATURES (*) 

Exposed 



EDUCATIONAL FILM EX- 
CHANGES, INC. 
1501 Broadway, New York City 
SHORTS 

Andy Clyde Comedies 9 two reelers 

Mermaid Comedies 9 two reelers 

Vanity Comedies 8 two reelers 

Torchy Comedies 8 two reelers 

Moran and Mack Comedies 6 two reelers 

Gleasons' Sport Featurettes 6 two reelers 

Great Hokum Mystery 6 two reelers 

Kendall de Vally Operalogues 6 two reelers 

Baby Burlesks 6 one reelers 

Do You Remember? 6 one reelers 

Camera Adventures 6 one reelers 

Spirit of the Campus 6 one reelers 

Tom Howard 6 one reelers 

Broadway Gossip 6 one reelers 

Terry-Toons 26 one reelers 

Hodge-Podge 14 one reelers 

Bray's Naturgraphs 13 one reelers 

Battle For Life 13 one reelers 



EMPA FILM 

FEATURES (*) 

La Vecchie Signora 



EXPLORERS FILM CO. 
729 Seventh Ave., New York City 
FEATURES (*) 

Dangers of the Arctic 



FIRST ANGLO CORPORATION 
1600 Broadway, New York City 
FEATURES 

Avalanche 5-15-32 

Wild Women of Borneo 5-28-32 

Monte Carlo Madness 7-1-32 

Hound of Baskervilles 4-15-32 

The Boat from Shanghai 4-15-32 

The Missing Rembrandt 7-20-32 

The Ringer 6-25-32 

Condemned to Death 9-21-32 

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FIRST DIVISION EXCHANGES 
1600 Broadway, New York City 

FEATURES (*) 

Trotte Teodor 

Tex Takes a Holiday 

Le Mysterie De La Villa Rose 

La Rondes Des Heures 

Goona-Goona 

• 

FITZPATRICK PICTURES, INC. 
729 Seventh Ave., New York City 
FEATURE 

Lady of the Lake 

SHORTS 

Traveltalks 15 

Famous Music Master Series 12 

Movie Horoscope Scries 12 

American Holiday Series 10 



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FOREIGN-AMERICAN FILMS 
111 West 57th St., New York City 
FEATURES (*) 

Zirkus Leben 

Der Grosse Liebe 



FOX FILM CORPORATION 
444 West 56th Street, New York City 
FEATURES 

Rainbow Trail 1-3-32 

Stepping Sisters 1-10-32 

Dance Team 1-17-32 

Charlie Chan's Chance 1-24-32 

The Silent Witness 2-7-32 

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